Easter Egg Hunt at the Black Diamond Gun Club

Over 4,000 eggs will be scattered around the Black Diamond Gun Club in celebration of Easter this Friday, March 14.

  • Wednesday, April 12, 2017 1:00pm
  • Life

Over 4,000 eggs will be scattered around the Black Diamond Gun Club in celebration of Easter this Friday, March 14.

Gates for the event open at 5 p.m. and the first hunt begins an hour later at the club at 34816 Enumclaw/Black Diamond Road.

The event is for kids ages 10 and under.

Families can also get photos with the Easter Bunny while they wait for or relax after a hunt.

The Gun Club encourages families to bring canned food to be donated to the local food bank.

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