Spring has sprung here in Maryland and WOW! We are really enjoying the warm weather in my house. Egg hunts are some of my family's favorite activities and though we didn't get chosen for the White House Egg Hunt festivities this year, there's always next year!
Here are some choices for Easter-time activities and of course, check the websites to make sure nothing has changed before you go!
Saturday, March 12-
Harford Day School is having their annual bunny breakfast. This event is free, but requires a reservation via the link below.
Calvert Animal Welfare League will be hosting a Fundraiser complete with an Easter Bunny visit, bake sale, vendors and an egg hunt.
Sunday, April 13- Special Needs Parents, this one is for YOU!
From 9:30-11:00 am Arundel Mills Mall will have a visit from the caring bunny. They have designed what they are calling a gentle bunny visit, complete with lowered music and lights in the mall. Find more information on the Facebook page...https://www.facebook.com/events/1470310439853500
Saturday, March 19-
Green Street Gardens is having their annual Easter Egg Hunt in Lothian. They have two egg hunts at 11 and 2, and the cost is six dollars per child. The event promises a parade and the Bunny himself!
Tudor Place in Washington DC is having their 9th Annual Egg Hunt and Egg Roll along with some fun crafts. There is a small cost involved and you need to register for this event.
Butlers Orchard is hosting Bunnyland! This event has several dates throughout the month (weather depending) so please check the website for more information. It is from 9-4 and boasts of tractor rides, a bunny visit, and LOTS of fun activities for the kids. The cost is nine dollars per child and seven dollars for adults.
Friday, March 25-Sunday, March 27
The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore is having the Mary Sue Candies Bunny BonanZoo and features a variety of events throughout the day such as a puppet theater and Egg Hunt. This event is free with zoo admission.
Friday March 25- Saturday March 26
B&O Railroad Museum is hosting Easter Bunny Breakfast and train ride. Registration and tickets are required. Saturday, March 26- Sunday, March 27
Clark Elioak Farm (my kids' fave) will be reopening for the season with their annual Egg Hunt Weekend!
Monday, March 28-
The National Zoo is having their Easter Monday celebration, complete with an egg hunt, an Easter Panda visit and some special animal visitors. This event is free and open to the public.
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