Daily Life (March 23, 2016)

Hillsboro egg hunt March 26 at park

The annual Hillsboro Kiwanis Easter Egg Hunt will begin at 10 a.m. Satur?day, March 26, in Memorial Park.

The event is targeted for children age 10 and under.

Saddle club invites new members

Anyone interested in becoming a member of the Marion County-Wide Saddle Club is welcome to participate in the Winter Wiggles Workout at the Herington arena at 2 p.m. April 9.

A potluck supper and short meeting will follow.

If you have questions call Belinda Engler, club president at 620-382-0422; or Steph Jensen, activity director, at 620-921-1023. The Facebook site is Marion County-Wide Saddle Club.

Marion egg hunt set for Saturday

Marion?s annual Easter egg hunt will be Saturday morning, March 26, at the city library. 101 Library St.

The event will begin in 10-minute intervals: 10:30 for ages 2 and 3; 10:40 for ages 3 to 5; and 10:50 for age 6 to 8.

The event is sponsored by Marion Kiwanis and the Marion City Library.

TC choir to present concert April 3

As part of its spring tour of Kansas and Oklahoma, the Tabor College Concert Choir will present a home concert at 4 p.m., Sunday, April 3, at the Hillsboro Men?nonite Brethren Church, 300 Prairie Pointe.

The choir’s repertoire includes a set that encompasses Palm Sunday through resurrection to address the Easter season.

The choir?s final tour stop will be at New Hope Evan?gelical Church in McPher?son at 7 p.m. April 10.

CGHS groups to host egg hunt

The Canton-Galva High School groups, Future Busi?ness Leaders of America and Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, are hosting the annual Easter egg hunt at 1 p.m. March 26 at Canton Old Park.

The event is for children from birth to 10 years old. Participants are asked to bring their own eggs. In case of bad weather, the hunt will take place at the high school.

Free carnival to aid local Circles effort

The Marion Parks and Recreation Commission and Circles of Marion County are sponsoring a free fun carnival fundraiser April 3 to benefit the work of the local Circles chapter.

Open from 2-5 p.m. at the Marion Community Center, the carnival will offer a variety of games, prizes and refreshments targeted for children age 10 and under.