From high atop White Pass to the center of the Yakima Valley, there will be no shortage of Easter Egg hunts and other Easter-related activities starting today and continuing until Easter Sunday. Among them:

Today

— Community Easter Egg Hunt, 1 p.m., West Valley Training Center, 1000 Zier Road. There will be an Easter egg hunt, Easter bag decorating and pictures with the Easter Bunny and Sparking the dog. For children 12 and younger, with three age groups. Hosted by West Valley Fire Department. Info: 509-966-3111.

Thursday

— Children who are deaf or hard of hearing are invited to an Eggstravaganza Easter Egg hunt at the home of Nance Frame, 2707 W. Yakima Ave. Sponsored by the Yakima Valley Speech and Hearing Center and Kappa Alpha Theta alumni, the event is from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Info: 509-453-8248.

March 30

— The annual Easter Egg hunt will be held for kids up to age 9 at Prosser City Park on Seventh Street. Free egg hunting begins at 10 a.m. and children will be arranged by age group. The Easter Bunny will read stories and give away books. Info: Call the Prosser Chamber of Commerce at 509-786-3177 or visit prosserchamber.org.

— Grandview will hold its annual Easter Egg Hunt and Bunny Breakfast at Country Park Events Center, 812 Wallace Way. Egg hunting will begin at 10 a.m. for children 1 to 8. Cost is $1 per child. Volunteers will offer face painting, puppets and other children’s activities, while the Kiwanis Club serves breakfast for a suggested donation of $5 per plate. The Easter Bunny will attend. Info: Call Grandview Parks and Recreation at 509-882-9219.

— Community Egg Hunt at Lower Naches Community Park, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., 111 E. Gleed Road. There will be face painting, balloon animals, an inflatable bouncy house, hot dogs and popcorn. Various egg hunts for kids up to 10 years old, with more than 5,000 eggs. Bring your own basket. Presented by Memorial Bible Church. Info: 509-966-6500.

— Davis Community Easter Egg Hunt, noon, Davis High School soccer field, Seventh Avenue and Tieton Drive. Bring your own basket. Sponsored by First Presbyterian Church. Info: Call 509-248-7940, ext. 142, or email shan.trick@fpcyakima.com.

— Evangelical Church Easter Egg Hunt, 10 a.m. to noon, 7901 W. Nob Hill Blvd. Multiple Easter Egg hunts for age-specific youth. Games, hot dogs, on-site DJ and music, prizes, face painting, family portraits and a bouncy house. Free. Info: 509-965-5216.

— Chalet Place fifth annual Easter Egg Hunt, 10 a.m. at 56th and Summitview avenues. Free Easter Egg hunt. Bring your own baskets and stick around to see the Easter Bunny.

March 31

— White Pass Ski Area, 1 p.m., ages 12 and younger. Egg hunt at High Camp Lodge. Ski up to the lodge to start hunting. Children must be chair-lift riders to get to the lodge.

— Changing Pointe Church Easter at the SunDome. Easter service starts at 11 a.m. followed by Easter Egg giveaway at 1 p.m., with 50,000 eggs. Light shows, bouncy houses, live mixed martial arts demo, dance exhibition and bands, including Avory, and vendor booths. Joe Parsons will sign autographs. Free. Concession stands available that will include hots dogs, Mexican food and desserts. Info: 509-949-9762.