Easter Time with Propane

It is April, we are all super excited for Spring!  It may have been raining non-stop this month in Oregon but you know the old saying  “April Showers bring May flowers!” That is definitely something to look forward to.

Luckily, this year Easter is very late in the year. Easter Sunday Falls on April 21st. That means that we will hopefully have beautiful weather for the day. We all are able to have a lot of fun celebrating Easter whether we are religious or not. There are always lots of fun activities to do such as Easter egg hunts and other types of gatherings!

What are some things that there is to do in our area for Easter you may ask? Well here are some suggestions!

Deepwood Easter Eggstravaganza: Bring your family to Deepwood Museum & Garden’s annual Easter Eggstravaganza, in Salem, on April 20. This event is for children, ages 10 and under. However, pre-registration is required for this event!

Hope Church in Albany, Or.

Saturday, April 20. Egg Hunt at 10:00am
Join us for our annual Easter Egg Hunt Saturday, April 20 beginning at 10am. There will be thousands of eggs for toddlers through 5th grade, giveaways, games, pictures with the Easter Bunny and more!

Bauman Farms Easter Egg Hunt –

Easter egg hunts for children, Easter egg hunts for toddlers, The Easter bunny will make an appearance, Visits and photos with the Easter Rabbit, Tents or other provisions are made for bad weather, There is an admission fee, Other activities for children, Bring a basket to collect the eggs, Baskets are provided, Farm animals are present. 12989 Howell Pr Rd, Gervais, Or.

Oregon Ag Fest: This event is so much fun every year for people of all ages! Come find out more about  Oregon agriculture in a fun way! This event is intended to educate people and all the things that come from Oregon such as crops, animals, fibers and much more! This event is at the Oregon State Fairgrounds, in Salem, on April 27-28. Tickets are required, ages 12 and under receive free admission.

Pow-Wow: The Multicultural Student Union of Western Oregon University in Monmouth, will host its 26th annual Pow-Wow. This includes a dinner and a dance competition open to all. Admission is free for this event and it is taking place on April 27th!

Another significant day in April is Earth day, it Falls on Monday April 22nd. This is a day that we can all celebrate! Everyone loves the earth and wants it to be as healthy as possible. The propane industry takes this very seriously. Luckily, propane is an extremely green power source. Propane is clean burning and non-toxic! It is not even considered a greenhouse gas. We are CoEnergy Propane like to do our part to save the earth! One of the best ways that you can reduce your carbon footprint is to switch several of your appliances to propane to help! What are some things that you can do to help celebrate the Earth? Here are some suggestions!

Earth Day Litter Cleanup: This is exactly what we were talking about! Come down and celebrate Earth Day by doing something positive for your community on April 13. Marion County Environmental Services will host a litter cleanup around East Salem on April 13th. They will provide Bags, gloves, vests and pickers! Contact them for more details!

Earth Day at The Oregon Garden: The Oregon Garden in Silverton, Oregon, celebrates Earth Day with free admission on April 20, a $5 donation is encouraged to help support the Garden but not required. Bring the family over to enjoy a day of education and entertainment!

Whatever you choose to do for your Easter weekend we hope that you have a great time doing it. If you have any questions, concerns, or propane needs give us a call at CoEnergy Propane!