Brampton Easter Egg Hunt And Easter Activities!

 

Please join local Brampton realtor Tony Francis, along with many other Brampton residents, at the annual Brampton Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday April 16th, 2017 from 10:00-11:00am at R.M. Wells Park (35 Yellow Avens Blvd.) or from 12 noon-1:00pm at the Park on Eagle Trace Dr. (near Gifford Gate) – whichever is more convenient for your family!

 

A well-known tradition and a great family activity, Easter egg hunts are a quintessential part of Easter and the spring season. The Brampton Easter Egg Hunt will take place at two different locations and at two different times so your family can participate at whichever park and time is more convenient. Come meet your fellow Brampton neighbours, give your children a great opportunity to play and meet other children in the neighbourhood, and enjoy some fresh air and beautiful the spring weather! Bring the whole family to search for and discover brightly coloured Easter eggs scattered throughout R.M. Wells Park and the Park on Eagle Trace Dr.

 

Coffee and light snacks will be served for all to enjoy!

 

For more information about the Brampton Easter Egg Hunt, please call Tony Francis at (416) 721-9757. Tony Francis specializes in Brampton real estate, and when it comes to buying and selling homes, Tony Knows Brampton!

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Things To Do In Brampton This Winter

 

Although the balmy weather we had last week made it feel like it was already springtime, we were reminded by the harsh cold from this week that it is, in fact, still winter. Often associated with bitter cold, shorter days and too early nights, and enough snow to occasionally give us a snow day, it’s easy to see why winter isn’t everyone’s favourite season. But winter isn't all bad, especially winter in the City of Brampton, where there are plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy.

 

Below are some winter activities any Brampton resident or anyone exploring Brampton should take advantage of doing before winter comes to an end.

 

Check Out The Lights At Gage Park

 

A beautiful park during any season, Gage Park is particularly bright during the winter. That’s because it becomes a Winter Wonderland, illuminated with lights for all who visit to marvel at. Gage Park is also home to an outdoor skating trail that’s free to enjoy, weather permitting.

 

Go Tubing At Chinguacousy Park

 

One of the best winter activities for children and adults of all ages is tubing on a snowy hill, and what better place to go snow tubing in Brampton than at Chinguacousy Park? For more information about hours and tubing rules, please click here.

 

Take A Hike In Heartlake

 

On those few days where the weather is sunny and bright, take advantage and explore Heartlake Conservation Area. Although summer activities such as canoeing are not available in the winter, hiking, dog walking, and bird watching is permitted all year round and are always fun.

 

If you’re interested in living in Brampton or already live here and are looking for a new home in Brampton or the GTA, Re/Max West realtor Tony Francis can help you find the new home of your dreams because Tony knows Brampton! Contact Tony Francis today to get started on the search for your dream home!

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