Big basket: These children use their hands and a couple wire baskets to fill this big basket with the plastic eggs they found during their hunting in the snow at the annual Easter celebration April 1 outside the Ponoka Home Church. After collecting, and dumping, a number of eggs the kids received a bundle of candy. Photos by Jordie Dwyer

PHOTOS: Easter fun in Ponoka

No April Fool’s, just fun at annual Ponoka Home Church Easter celebration

By Jordie Dwyer

No April Fool’s, just fun at annual Ponoka Home Church Easter celebration

 

Hippity Hop: Despite the chilly temperatures, many of the children were excited to take on the two bouncy castles at the annual Ponoka Home Church’s Easter celebration.

Cute and cuddly: Both young and old were excited to check out the animals from Finnegan Farms mobile petting zoo that was onsite at the annual Easter celebration.

Not the Easter Bunny: These two youngsters didn’t mind one bit that this fuzzy bunny they got to pet had nothing to with candy. The bunny, as well as a llama and a miniature horse from Finnegan Farms mobile petting zoo near Redwater were part of the annual Easter celebration.

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