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By Andrea Swayne

Thousands of local children and their parents spent the morning before Easter, Saturday, April 4, at the city’s two egg hunts.

The Dana Point tradition includes a fun-filled, family-friendly morning with games, a petting zoo, puppet shows, the Easter Bunny and an Easter egg hunt, at not one, but two, of the city’s most popular parks.

For kids in the Capistrano Beach area, Pines Park on the Palisades bluff overlooking the beach was the place to be. Across town, and concurrently, in the Sea Canyon neighborhood near City Hall, Sea Canyon Park hosts an event as well.

This year we spent the morning at Sea Canyon Park, also the site of the Monarch Beach Sunrise Rotary Club’s annual pancake breakfast fundraiser.



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