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Easter events in Seneca announced
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The Seneca Lions' Club has planned two events for the weekend of April 12-13.

A Craft Fair showcasing local crafters will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, April 12. The annual Palm Sunday Easter Egg Hunt and Pancake Breakfast will be held on Sunday, April 13 from 8 to 11 a.m.

Both events will be held at the Seneca Town Hall on Taylor Ridge Road just east of Highway 27 in Seneca.   Parking is available.  

Weather permitting, the Easter Egg Hunt will be held on the Seneca Town Park grounds near the town hall. This is always a fun (and good food) event for the whole family.

Local home crafters are needed for the Craft Fair on that Saturday - quilted items, woodcraft, sewn/crocheted/knit items, pottery, Easter handiwork or gifts, handmade jewelry, and baked or canned goods are welcome for this event.   Tables are $15 each with two connecting tables at $25, includes chairs and one free luncheon plate per registration. 

Lunch provided by the Lions will be for sale during the day.  

Reasonably priced hand-made items are being sought. If you are a local crafter, here is your chance to exhibit and sell your items close to home.   Call Harold or Barbara at 608-734-3054 to reserve your table.  Tables must be paid for prior to April 5 to complete your reservation.

All profits will benefit community and educational activities in Seneca and the surrounding area, as do all Lions Club fund-raisers as well as promote community involvement in family friendly events.