For those looking to enjoy Easter weekend in the outdoors while feeling good about feeling good about the planet, there this news which came over the transom from the City of Anaheim:
SPRING FUN AND ECO-FAIR AT ANAHEIM’S OAK CANYON NATURE CENTER THIS SATURDAY, APRIL 4
Pre-registration is required, so sign up early for this family-friendly activity
ANAHEIM, Calif. (March 30, 2015) The Easter Bunny is coming to Oak Canyon Nature Center this Saturday, April 4, and children ages 3-11 are invited to participate in an egg hunt, games, crafts, pictures, an animal nursery, and more. Check-in begins at 10 a.m., with activities running through 2 p.m. The event is sponsored by Disneyland Resort.
Children are asked to bring their own basket or container for the egg hunt. Please note that artificial grass is not allowed on the Oak Canyon Nature Center grounds. In addition, the Eco-Faire will offer information on how to Reuse, Reduce and Recycle to help our environment.
Advance registration is required. Please call 714-765-5191 or visit www.anaheim.net/ocnc. Carl’s Jr. Restaurant is providing lunch for those who pre-register. Space is limited.
Oak Canyon Nature Center is a wildlife haven away from the hustle and bustle of city life, promising nature interactions that beckon visitors to come explore from sunrise to sunset, seven days a week. Nestled in the hills in east Anaheim, Oak Canyon Nature Center offers Free and Fun activities presented by the City of Anaheim, including nature, hiking trails, streams and native wildlife.
The 58-acre park provides programs to interest visitors of all ages, from experienced hikers to first time explorers. The Nature Center allows visitors to interact with wildlife, to relax by a stream that flows through the park year-round, and hike on trails surrounded by native plants and animals. Staff leads guests on hour-long hikes on weekend mornings with an animal demonstration, as well as Nature Nights programs in the summer, where experts give formal presentations on a variety of fields.
Please click here to watch a short video about Oak Canyon Nature Center.
For more information on the City of Anaheim, please visit www.anaheim.net.