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On the hunt

LESLIE BREFELDsummit daily news

Looking for an Easter egg hunt? Check out some local activities:Saturday• Breckenridge: The 15th annual Great Egg Scramble is today at the Breckenridge Recreation Center and gets started at 10 a.m. The community event that attracts approximately 300 families each year lets children hunt for eggs as well as bobbing and swimming for eggs in the pool. There will also be goodie bags and a visit by the Easter Bunny.• Keystone: Keystone Resort’s Easter celebration is today at the River Run Village from 1-5 p.m. There will be music, dancing and crafts. Easter egg hunt for kids ages 2-12 will be from 1:30-2 p.m.Sunday• Frisco: Children of all ages hunt for candy-stuffed eggs on Frisco’s Main Street starting at noon. • A-Basin: Kids can meet up with the Easter Bunny at noon at the Ski School Flags Sunday to start Arapahoe Basin’s Beach’n Egg Hunt. Nonskiing kids go first on the Molly Hogan; skiing kids go next on the Wrangler.• Copper: 10,000 eggs are hidden throughout Center Village and on the Main Vein and High Point trails. The hunt is open to all ages and goes on all day. From noon to 1 p.m. kids aged 5 and under can hunt for eggs near the climbing wall; from 1-2 p.m. kids ages 6-12 can hunt for eggs at Giggleworks.

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