Bunny trail hops into downtown Park Rapids

Tiny tots touched base with the Easter bunny Thursday, April 14 at Bella Caffe, part of a Park Rapids Downtown Business Association-sponsored holiday event.

The Easter bunny (Megan Geraedts) cradles 3-week-old baby bunny James Clifford White on April 14, 2022 at Bella Caffe in downtown Park Rapids.
Robin Fish / Park Rapids Enterprise

Visit and take photos with the Easter Bunny and collect an Easter egg stuffed with jelly beans from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. all three days at Bella Caffe on 3rd Street.

For more fun, do the Egg Chase at any or all of 22 participating businesses and collect Easter eggs stuffed with jelly beans from them, too. Business hours vary and some businesses are closed on Friday afternoon and Saturday.

See where the eggs will be given away at or on the Park Rapids Downtown Facebook page.

The event is sponsored by the Park Rapids Downtown Business Association as part of a “Spring into Summer in Downtown Park Rapids'' campaign.

Kenzi Williams, 2, and Ira Williams, aged 6 months, sit with the Easter bunny (Megan Geraedts) on April 14, 2022 at Bella Caffe in downtown Park Rapids. It was Ira's first time visiting the Easter bunny.
Robin Fish / Park Rapids Enterprise
The Park Rapids School Board awarded bids Feb. 6 on $34.6 million worth of high school facility improvements

Robin Fish is a staff reporter at the Park Rapids Enterprise. Contact him at or 218-252-3053.
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