Children dash out to look for Easter eggs at Lake Cowichan’s Little League Park in 2018. The hunt starts at 2:30 p.m. on Monday this year. (Gazette file)

VIDEO: Easter fun at Lake Cowichan is held on Monday, April 22

Hunting for eggs and then skating at the arena is a great way to spend Easter Monday

There’s free Easter fun for Cowichan Lake families on Monday, April 22.

According to Tanya Kaul of Cowichan Lake Recreation, there’s an Easter egg hunt starting at 2:30 p.m. and free admission to public skating at Cowichan Lake Sports Arena starting at 3:30 p.m.

In previous years, if the weather is wet, the egg hunt is held inside the arena, but, if it’s a dry day, the fun moves outdoors to the Little League baseball park nearby. Either way, be sure to get there on time!

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