SLIDESHOW: 3rd annual Realm of Toys Easter Festival in Williams Lake a great success

SLIDESHOW: 3rd annual Realm of Toys Easter Festival in Williams Lake a great success
Magician Clinton Gray with an audience during one of his shows downtown.Magician Clinton Gray with an audience during one of his shows downtown.
The crowd watches as comedy magician Clinton Gray puts on a great show for families in Williams Lake downtown on Easter Sunday.The crowd watches as comedy magician Clinton Gray puts on a great show for families in Williams Lake downtown on Easter Sunday.
SLIDESHOW: 3rd annual Realm of Toys Easter Festival in Williams Lake a great success
Presley Ledoux was all smiles after getting her face painted by Hattie of Hattie and Amos Entertainment Easter Sunday.Presley Ledoux was all smiles after getting her face painted by Hattie of Hattie and Amos Entertainment Easter Sunday.
Sisters Ava and Everleigh Sam brought their own baskets to participate in the Easter egg hunt at the Potato House.Sisters Ava and Everleigh Sam brought their own baskets to participate in the Easter egg hunt at the Potato House.
SLIDESHOW: 3rd annual Realm of Toys Easter Festival in Williams Lake a great success
Jax Harvey was very happy to find his first token at the Potato House egg hunt downtown on Easter Sunday.Jax Harvey was very happy to find his first token at the Potato House egg hunt downtown on Easter Sunday.
Phaedra Mayette pets a turkey during the 3rd annual Realm of Toys Easter Festival downtown Sunday.Phaedra Mayette pets a turkey during the 3rd annual Realm of Toys Easter Festival downtown Sunday.
SLIDESHOW: 3rd annual Realm of Toys Easter Festival in Williams Lake a great success
SLIDESHOW: 3rd annual Realm of Toys Easter Festival in Williams Lake a great success
Tyler Lyons, 9, serves up lemonade Easter Sunday downtown.Tyler Lyons, 9, serves up lemonade Easter Sunday downtown.
Mary Forbes handed out prizes during the Easter egg hunt at the Potato House Sunday.Mary Forbes handed out prizes during the Easter egg hunt at the Potato House Sunday.

Hundreds of families headed downtown for some holiday fun on Easter Sunday.

The 3rd annual Realm of Toys Easter Festival was expanded this year to include the closure of a portion of Oliver Street and 3rd Ave. as well as several vendors, and the change was a big hit with families.

Read More: Realm of Toys prepares an Easter Festival for Easter Sunday

Organized by Jazmyn Douillard and Joan Douillard, there was a bouncy castle, petting zoo, gaming centre and entertainment as well as an Easter egg hunt for the little ones.


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