Find hidden treasures at one of the area's many egg hunts. Fairytale Town Spring Eggstravaganza photo by Greg Flagg.
Celebrate the holiday of bunnies, eggs, springtime and rebirth this week in Sacramento. On the prowl for a lively egg hunt for the kiddos? Searching for a good meal? Looking for something more conventional? See below for just a smidgen of this weekend’s local Easter festivities:
Hunt for Spring Fun:
27th Annual Pancake Breakfast and Easter Egg Hunt
Clunie Community Center; Sat 7am-11:30am
The East Sacramento Midtown Kiwanis Club will serve a breakfast with all the fixings followed by a festive holiday carnival and hunt.
Fairytale Town; Sat & Sun 11am-3pm
This fun-filled family weekend features egg hunts, prizes, spring-themed hands-on activities, and cameos by Peter Cottontail.
Easter Egg Hunt & Pancake Breakfast
Haggin Oaks Golf Complex; Sun 9:30am
After a hearty breakfast, children can search for candy-filled eggs around the golf course. A few special prize eggs include golf clubs and stuffed animals.
Get Your Grub On:
Easter Brunch at the Hyatt
Hyatt Regency Sacramento; Sun 9:30am-3pm
Power up with this scrumptious holiday brunch that features a fresh seafood bar, carving station, a charcuterie bar, and a fantastic assortments of desserts.
Easter Brunch on the Delta King
Delta King; Sun 10am-2pm
Spend your Easter on the Sacramento River while enjoying a glass of champagne and the Pilothouse’s impressive breakfast buffet menu.
Honor the Traditional:
Easter Bonnet Promenade & Spring Ball
Old Sacramento; Sat 10:45am
Celebrate Easter in high-style by watching Living History docents take a leisurely stroll in their finery along Old Sac’s historic boardwalks. Afterwards, learn some 19th century dance moves at the Stanford Gallery’s Spring Ball.
Hop, Leap, Jump
Effie Yeaw Center; Sun 1:30pm-3pm
Hop on over for a “hare” raising good time. Learn if rabbits actually lay eggs and take a hike to discover a rabbit’s habitat.
For What Propose
The Rock Church; Fri & Sat 8pm, Sun 2pm & 7pm
With a cast of more than 200 people utilizing a larger-than-life stage, this play presents a dramatic re-enactment of death, burial and resurrection of Jesus.
Even more local Easter-themed outings can be found on Sacramento365.com’s Holiday Events page.
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