Easter gatherings and hunts around the valley
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Masonic Lodge egg hunt

WILMINGTON- An Easter egg hunt will be held at the Twin Valley Elementary School on Saturday, April 15, at 9 am, for grades pre-K to fifth. Bring a basket to collect eggs, candy, and prizes. This event is sponsored by the Masonic Lodge #38.

Readsboro community egg hunt

READSBORO- The annual Easter egg hunt hosted by Readsboro Community Library, will be held on Saturday, April 15, from 10 to 11 am. Come decorate some eggs and cookies, and find a golden egg. The Readsboro Community Library is located at 301 Phelps Lane.

Town Hill sunrise service

WHITINGHAM- There will be a Sunrise service on Town Hill, on Easter Sunday morning, at 7, followed by coffee and refreshments. Come and join in to celebrate Easter while watching the sun rise.

To get to Town Hill take Route 100 to Goodnow Road. Town Hill is located off Goodnow Road at the junction of Town Hill Road and Poverty Row.

Jacksonville Community Church will be having their Easter service at 9:15 am, and Wilmington Baptist Church will be having their Easter service at 11 am. All are welcome. For more information call Pastor Doug LaPlante at (802) 368-2205.

Marlboro Easter service

MARLBORO- Marlboro Meeting House will celebrate Easter with a sunrise service inside at 6:30 am. Pastor Michael Mario’s Easter message is “Wait - What?” The Scripture reading will be John 20: 1-18.

Hymns include “Joy Dawned Again On Easter Day,” “I Love To Tell The Story,” and “Christ The Lord Is Risen Today.” There will be music from our guest organist, Carol Jaenson, and a song from Pastor Michael. Potluck breakfast follows the service.

There is a chair lift to the second floor. Marlboro Meeting House is located on South Road one-half mile from Route 9.

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