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Things to do in Kamloops this Easter long weekend

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April 18, 2019 - 10:23 AM

KAMLOOPS — If you're wondering what to do this Easter long weekend in Kamloops, we've got you covered.

West Coast Amusements has arrived in the Tournament Capital and starting today, April 18 until Monday, April 22, you can head to the Aberdeen Mall to enjoy some fun carnival rides. Go here for information on prices and times.

The city's trampoline park Jump 360 Kamloops will be hosting three Easter egg hunts tomorrow, April 19. For information on tickets go here.

Witches are getting ready to walk Saturday, April 20. The fun family walk to "Sweep out the Winter" and welcome spring is being organized by the Kamloops Witch Walk. The event's organizer Bonnie McLean says it's a family-friendly event for people to express themselves and welcome nature. For more information go here.

The Kamloops Farmers’ Market resumes Saturday, April 20. The market will run from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on St. Paul Street between 2 Avenue and 3 Avenue. Don’t forget to bring your own reusable bags and baskets. This year, vendors will not be handing out plastic bags.

The Easter Eggstravaganza will take place on April 20 at 2p.m. at Riverside Park. This is a free event with an Easter Egg hunt, games, prizes, crafts, cotton candy and a free barbecue for families and children of all ages. Go here for more information.

The Kamloops Bike Ranch, Bicycle Cafe and the Kamloops Performance Bicycling Centre will be hosting their third annual River Beaver Classic on April 20 and 21. Go here for more information.

The Kamloops Alliance Church will be hosting two days of Easter Celebrations on April 20 and 21. For more information on the weekend gatherings go here.

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