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Grand Opening of Desert Hills/Easter Egg Hunt

April 8 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

“GRAND OPENING OF DESERT HILLS IN ASHCROFT!! April 8th and will be open for the season from 9 am to 5 pm ~ 7 days a week
Fresh produce, trees, fruit trees, shrubs, annuals, basket stuffers, perennials and more. Take a stroll through the animal barn well you enjoy one of our 50 flavors of ice cream.
Some bunny needs tacos so on April 8th & 9th we will be hosting our Easter egg hunt, taco lunch special! Please register just so we can have rough numbers to prepare.
Event is free!!
Age limit: 10
Registration instructions
1 – Please private message us on Facebook with number of kids and date you would like to come.
2 – Arrive at Ashcroft location during business hours and head straight to the tills for your Easter egg map!
3 – Bring your baskets and head out to collect your plastic eggs. Return to the tills for your chocolate eggs.
4 – All children will receive a coupon when you collect your chocolate for one free cheese quesadilla per child. So after a fun filled egg hunt you can head to the taco stand for a delicious lunch.
Our specials will be posted on April 6th for our Grand Opening on April 8 in Ashcroft.
Cache Creek locations is open 10-6 – 7 days a week.
Ashcroft location will be open April 8 at 9 am
Like, share, comment Facebook: Grand Opening and be entered in a draw to win a $100 gift card.
5 prizes to be won!
Remember we would never ask for personal information, credit cards etc. and please do not accept any friend request from us. If you do see this happen, please block and report immediately. Not going to let these scammers ruin our fun.”


April 8
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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