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Visit Government House for the Annual Easter Egg Hunt

Released on March 28, 2024

The Provincial Capital Commission invites families to the annual Easter Egg Hunt at Government House on Saturday, March 30, at 1:00 p.m.

"Government House is delighted to offer a joyful venue for children and families to participate in Easter activities and learn about Saskatchewan's heritage," Minister Responsible for the Provincial Capital Commission Don McMorris said. "The annual Easter Egg Hunt creates wonderful memories each and every spring."

Children can search for eggs hidden throughout the Edwardian Gardens at Government House. After the hunt, children can turn in their collected eggs to receive treats. As the number of baskets is limited, families are encouraged to bring their own.

The hunt is scheduled from 1 to 3:30 p.m. This free event is perfect for kids of all ages and promises an egg-citing adventure. No registration is required.

A fun scavenger hunt will also be available inside the museum, ensuring the fun continues rain, snow, or shine.

About Government House and the Edwardian Gardens:

Government House, built in 1891, is a Provincial Heritage Property and National Historic Site. Once the official residence of the Lieutenant Governor of the Northwest Territories, renovations and additions have created an accessible, family-friendly space for visitors. The Provincial Capital Commission operates the public museum in the building, which hosts exhibits, free guided tours, educational programming, and various events. Ample parking is available, and the venue is wheelchair accessible. For more information, please visit


For more information, contact:

Juliia Dynnyk
Government Relations
Phone: 306-787-6156

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