Eastertime in Craig offers many activities
The Easter holiday is coming up soon, bringing with it some springtime celebrations. Here are a few of the events that will make up the Craig community’s ringing in of the festive day.
Painting and bowling
If you haven’t tried them together before, the two activities go hand in hand, and the Steamboat Springs painting company Splatz will be in Craig at Thunder Rolls Bowling Center to provide Easter-themed art projects coupled with a game or two on the lanes, as well as lunch.
All supplies will be provided, and the cost is $25.
When: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday
Where: Thunder Rolls Bowling Center, 990 Industrial Ave.
For more information: Call 970-871-7904 or visit splatzpainting.com
Your child could win big and will definitely have fun during New Creation Church’s annual Easter Egg Hunt Saturday morning. Organizers have more than 12,000 eggs ready to be found, in addition to a bicycle giveaway for preschoolers through fifth-graders.
The excitement continues with bounce houses, face painting and a petting zoo.
When: Registration begins at 10 a.m. Saturday; egg hunt starts at 11 a.m.
Where: New Creation Church, 520 Westridge Rd.
For more information: Call 970-826-0792 or visit facebook.com/NewCreationChurchOfCraigCo to print out registration in advance.
Colored eggs and companionship
If you have the chance between church activities Sunday morning, be sure to drop by Sandrock Ridge Care & Rehabilitation to participate in their egg hunt and to visit with residents who would love the company.
When: 10 a.m. Sunday
Where: Sandrock Ridge Care & Rehabilitation, 943 W. Eighth Dr.
For more information: Call 970-826-4100.
This is just a selection of the Easter events in Craig and Moffat County in the coming days. If you have an Easter occasion you’d like to see promoted, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What often begins as a hobby to pass the time by creating something appealing to the artist or appealing to the eye, to the ear, something tasty or something — anything, can often flower into a real source of income that can help working families in rural economies like ours.