The Easter bunny is on his way! And what better way to celebrate than with Easter egg hunts and pictures with the Easter bunny himself? Here are six ways you and your family can enjoy Easter this year.
1. Sensory Underwater Egg Hunt
Friday, April 7, 6:30pm @ Bogan Park Aquatic Center
For participants of all ages with movement and cognitive challenges. Hunt for colorful and glow-in-the-dark eggs under and around the water at the aquatic center. With the lighting dimmed and the noise controlled, it makes for a fun but more relaxing environment. Tickets required.
2. Easter Eggstravaganza
Saturday, April 8, 1pm @ Peachtree Ridge Park
Come join us for a free Easter Eggstravaganza celebration at Peachtree Ridge Park - Football Field!! We will have all kinds of activities for the whole family including an egg hunt, face painting, bouncy houses, crafts, games, and more.
3. Grayson Easter Egg Hunt Extravaganza
Saturday, April 28, 10am @ Grayson Community Park
Head to Grayson for a morning of family-fun, including an Easter egg hunt and other activities.
4. Norcross Easter Egg Hunt
Saturday, April 8, 10am @ Rossie Brundage Park
Bring your Easter basket and celebrate the renewal of spring in Norcross with a free Easter egg hunt that is sure to be fun for all! Children will have the opportunity to visit with the Easter Bunny, and parents are encouraged to take photos to capture the excitement. Norcross will also be hosting a Egg-stra Special Needs Easter Egg Hunt at 1pm.
5. Easter Brunch at Versailles
Sunday, April 9, 12pm @Chateau Elan Winery & Resort
Embracing France’s love of culinary excellence, Easter Brunch at Versailles Restaurant is coming to life with colorful spring blooms and delicious holiday recipes. Make reservations to join us for your fill of intricate petit fours, savory carving stations, and other seasonal creations.
6. Lawrenceville First Baptist Church Easter Egg Hunt
Saturday, April 8, 10:30am @ Lawrenceville Lawn
Head to the Lawrenceville Lawn on April 8 for Lawrenceville First Baptist Church Annual Easter Egg Hunt! All children, ages infant to 5th grade are invited to participate. The Hunt will be broken into age-appropriate groups
There are so many great ways to celebrate Easter in Gwinnett. What will you and your family do?