Easter weekend events and church services
Easter is around the corner which means there’s plenty of fun activities and specialty church services this weekend. From easter eggs hunts and races to sunrise services, there’s plenty to get into this holiday.
Saturday, March 31
Hippity Hops 5K-ish Over The Snow: Adolph’s Event Center & Tavern, 1 pm
Grand Lake Fire Easter Egg Hunt: Grand Lake Town Park, 11 am
Hot Sulphur Springs Easter Egg Hunt & Lunch: Town Park & Town Park Pavilion, 11:30 am
Kremmling Easter Egg Hunt: Cliffview Assisted Living Center, 10 am
Sunday, April 1
Golden Bunny Classic (Easter Egg Hunt, Races): Winter Park Resort, 11 am
Easter at Devil’s Thumb Ranch (Easter Bunny, Egg Hunt, Petting Zoo): Devil’s Thumb Ranch, 11 am
Easter Carnival (treats, egg relays, egg hunt, mini golf): YMCA Snow Mountain Ranch, 11 am
Church Services (the following list may not be complete)
Saturday, March 31
St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church: 5 pm at Cranmer Chapel in Winter Park
St. Peter’s Catholic Church: 7:30 pm Easter Vigil in Kremmling
Sunday, April 4
Winter Park Christian Church: 7 am, 8:30 am, 10:30 am
Fraser Valley Baptist Church: 9 am, 12:45 pm at the top of the Zephyr lift at Winter Park Resort, 6:30 pm
Aspen Grove Community Church: 4 pm at the Fraser Historic Church
Church of the Eternal Hills: 7 am, 10 am
St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church: 9:30 am
Our Lady of the Snow Catholic Church: 9:30 am
St. Bernard of Montjoux Church: 7 am, 9 am
Lord of the Valley Lutheran Church: 7 am, 10 am
Granby Baptist Church: 6:45 am at Granby Ranch, 10:30
Middle Park Church of Christ: 10:30
YMCA of the Rockies Snow Mountain Ranch: 6:30 am, 10:15 am
Stillwater Community Chapel: 10: 30 am
St. Anne Catholic Church: 8 am
Trinity Church in the Pines: 9:30 am
Living Word Christian Fellowship: 10 am
Chain of Lakes Community Bible Church: 9 am, 10:30 am
Community Church of the Rockies: 9am
Hot Sulphur Springs
Hot Sulphur Springs Community Church: 10 am
Trinity Episcopal Church: 5:00 pm
Kremmling Community Church: 10:00 am
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