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 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.
This blog post was written by Sacramento365.com’s Content & Social Media Coordinator, Jamila B. Khan.