Hippity hopping about Dixie’s Easter happenings; STGnews Videocast

ST. GEORGE — Easter weekend brings a host of activities to Dixie as bright and colorful as the eggs children hunt.

Friday began with a Findlay Auto Dealers Easter egg hunt for kids, and the City of St. George kicked off the weekend with its annual Art Festival in Town Square.

Communities held activities Saturday, and St. George News hopped about the county catching some of it for your viewing pleasure.


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Among events throughout Washington County was the Ivins Fire Department’s annual pancake breakfast, followed by an Easter egg hunt in Unity park.

Hurricane City put on its morning Easter egg hunt and drew many to its annual Rotary Club Easter Car Show, returning for its 30th year – one car owner showed his 1958 Packard and said it is one of only 25 left in the world.

The St. George Kiwanis Club held its annual Easter egg hunt at Vernon Worthen park Saturday morning, and the Sand Hollow Aquatic Center was the venue for the annual “Easter Egg Dive,” seeing children, 3-10, diving in the pool to fetch brightly colored eggs.

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