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Peddler’s Village slates spring events

PEEPS in the Village opens March 13


Peddler’s Village in Lahaska will host several family-friendly events in March and April.

The fourth annual PEEPS in the Village competition and display, which will this year feature more than 100 marshmallow creations, will open Monday, March 13 and continue through April 23.

The Celebrate the Green weekend on March 17, 18, and 19 will showcase Irish-themed entertainment, food and beverages, and Easter will be marked with the annual Easter Egg Hunt (a ticketed event) on Saturday, April 8, followed by the traditional Easter brunch at the Cock ‘n Bull on Sunday, April 9.

The first festival of the year, Spring FunFest, will take place Saturday, April 22 and Sunday, April 23. Additionally, thousands of Village-wide tulips are expected to bloom in the weeks ahead, providing “a spectacular spring backdrop for Instagram-worthy photos.”

On March 13, the opening day of PEEPS in the Village, the official “PEEPSmobile” will make an appearance, creating additional photo opportunities for guests. The display will be open daily during shop hours (excluding Easter Day) through Sunday, April 23 in the Visitor and Event Center. Until April 1, guests can vote for their favorite dioramas, sculptures, and wall art, with winners receiving cash prizes.

Also located at the Visitor and Event Center is the Village General Store that will feature a “PEEPS Pop-Up Shop.”

Other upcoming events include Comedy in the Village on Fridays, March 24 and April 21, a Murder Mystery Dinner Theater: Houdini’s Whodunit on Friday, April 14, and a Cupcake Decorating Competition, with entries displayed from Wednesday, May 3 through Saturday, May 20. A blood drive open to the public will be held on April 10. The Strawberry Month Kickoff Weekend will be held on May 6 and 7.

For information, visit Peddlers Village online or call 215-794-4000.

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