Whitevale Easter Activities
Your WDRA invites all kids/grand-kids, young and not-so-young, to come out and enjoy the arrival of spring with several activities that will culminate in an Easter Egg hunt in the park. We’d like to see all residents get involved in this free Whitevale Community event in whatever aspect they’d like.
Here’s the line-up of activities:
Make Your Own Easter Basket
Saturday, April 8 – 9:00 am
Children are invited to make their own Easter basket at the WACC.
Chocolate Filled Easter Egg Making Workshop
Wednesday, April 12 – 7:30 pm
Learn to make Chocolate Filled Easter Eggs. Adults (and interested teenagers) are invited to an evening workshop to learn to make fondant filled Easter Eggs (both traditional and peanut butter). This evening workshop will be held at the Community Centre starting at 7:30.
Easter Egg Hunt
Friday April 14 (Good Friday) starting at 9:00 am
9:00 am – Whitevale kids will make their Easter egg hunting baskets at the Community Centre, with parental help if needed.
10:30 am -Whitevale kids will hunt for eggs and redeem them at the Community Centre for treats.
Please RSVP prior to April 8th. All Whitevale residents are encouraged to participate.
Hop to it and sign up right away.
Isobel’s Place in the Park
Whitevale Park now has a special place of solitude, reflection and meditation. “Isobel’s Place in the Park”, is in memory of Isobel Thompson. Friends and neighbours will gather at the Whitevale Park for this sunset tribute to Isobel, followed by refreshments and the sharing of memories in the Whitevale Community Centre.
Date: Saturday, October 15, 2016
Time: 5:00 pm
Location: Whitevale Park, 371 Whitevale Road
Isobel and her husband Tommy have been the heart and soul of Whitevale since their arrival some 50 year ago. Their commitment to our hamlet and the preservation of the North Pickering lands is unparalleled. The dedication of this quiet place in the park is in appreciation of Isobel’s selfless devotion to our community.
She has been and will always be missed.
From Gord Willson and Donna Bailey:
“The ‘Village Portrait on the Bridge’ to promote Spring Festival is a way to gain greater attendance at our annual event and it is the foundation of the idea that we must gain greater public support. On 25 May, we all become ambassadors of the village for survival.”
Please join us on the bridge – May 18 at noon for the portrait. See the attached image below for more details.
Whitevale Winter Blahs Festival – February 23, 2013
Whitevale Community Centre: 12noon till 5pm