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Easter and Spring events are scheduled for Saturday, and the public is invited to celebrate:

Perfect judgments will hold a Fester Festival 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday at Martins Ferry City Park. There will be food carts, toys, inflatables, and a craft fair.

∫ St. Clairsville High School fans will hold a “bunny breakfast” 10 a.m. to noon at St. Clairsville Elementary School, 120 Norris Street.

The spring break blast will begin at 4:30 p.m. at Martins Ferry Veterans Memorial Recreation Center. Metal and punk bands from all over Ohio, West Virginia and Pennsylvania will be performing. Admission is $12 per person.

∫ Ready, Studio Aim Fire Ceramics will be holding classes from 5-8 p.m. at 418 Walnut St., Martins Ferry. The class fee includes the workspace, all materials, and instructions.

∫ The Farmhouse on 40 invites the public to “Jump over” Hunt for Easter eggs from 10 am to 4 pm at 43497 National Road, Belmont. There’s no fee to participate, and each child will have a unique egg design to search for in order to collect dozens of eggs full of a special treat. Bags to decorate and collect eggs will be provided, and children of all ages will be welcome. The Easter Bunny will come in handy.

∫ Bethesda Village is having an Easter egg hunt at 10am in Epworth Park near the Judy Genwine Shelter. There will be four age groups, and each age group will have bigger prizes that will be drawn after hunting. The Easter Bunny will be on site to visit and take pictures.

∫ Every day this week, the Belmont County Salvation Army has been hiding three golden eggs in Bellaire Village. The prize for finding the egg is a $25 Kroger gift card and a box of food. When people find an egg, they can follow the instructions inside to claim the prize. For more information, the Salvation Army can be contacted at 740-676-6225.

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