The City of West Richland, the West Richland Police Department, and Benton County Fire District #4 are presenting a drive-through Eggstravaganza for the entire family! You can load the kiddos up and follow the egg hunt traffic route. You'll start at Leona Marshall Libby middle school near Keene and Belmont. Just bring your own baskets to be filled with eggs and other goodies. It all starts tomorrow, Saturday, April 3rd at 10:00 a.m. and goes until noon. It's free to the public and for all the details check out the Eggstravaganza Facebook page HERE.
The makers of Skittles came up with some pretty clever Easter egg hunt ideas this year. On one side of the package, it will just look like a regular bag of Skittles. On the other side of the package, you'll see designs like grass, sidewalk, even hardwood floor. That should make the Easter egg hunt a little more challenging!
It seems like there's no middle ground when it comes to marshmallow candies. You either love 'em or hate 'em. Peeps are coming out with a cinnamon Hot Tamale flavor this year...COUNT ME IN! I found them at Big Lots in Kennewick and should've bought more because I went back the next day and they were all gone. So I went to Big Lots in Richland and they didn't have them either. I figured I'd check out the Peeps selection at Walgreens, and while it is huge, they had no Hot Tamales flavored ones. I did find the sour watermelon Peeps, though and they're good if you like that Sour Patch Kids kind of flavor. And call me weird, but I like to let Peeps sit uncovered on a plate for a couple days so they're not so squishy. Peeps are also selling a marshmallow cake mix that you microwave in a cup. Hmmm. Not so sure about that one.
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