Fluffy bunnies, jelly beans, pastel colored eggs that are filled with surprises and blooming blossoms that represent the start of spring in South Florida! Sometimes the best way to assume that the seasons are changing in South Florida is referred to the events that are taking place since there is hardly a dramatic adjust in weather schemes, hence nicknamed The Sunshine State!
April is an exciting and fun month to celebrate with spring festivals and egg hunts for the entire family. As Easter weekend is approaching, Easter bunnies, colorful baskets and dashing about for eggs is not the only things scheduled, there are many other fun family-friendly events to engage in. Some of the liveliest attractions in South Florida will surely create plenty of memories.
From the youngest member to also be appreciated by the most senior, here is a list of events that will be hopping throughout the South Florida area:
Stuart: The 16th Annual Easter Fair (Flagler Park) on 4/4 @ 10:00 a.m. – Ongoing Egg Hunt, Candy, Food, Games Music & Bounce House!
Jupiter: Easter Egg Hunt (Community Center) on 4/4 @ 9:30 a.m. – Bounce House, Face Painting, Arts & Crafts and Play Area, Food & Kilwin’s Chocolate!
Palm Beach: Flagler Museum Easter Egg Hunt on 4/4 @ 9:00 a.m. – Children are invited to hunt for over 7,000 eggs on the lawn of the museum. Easter Bunny will be available to take pictures, craft projects, face paint, balloon sculptures and a bean bag toss game.
Boca Raton: Mizner Park Spring Festival and Egg-A-Palooza 4/5 @11:00 a.m. – Ongoing egg hunt, bounce houses, bunny hats, face paint and the Easter Bunny!
Fort Lauderdale: Sunday Brunch 4/5 @ 11:00 a.m.- Hollywood Beach Marriott, Chart House, & Pelican Grand Beach Resort will be offering buffet style brunch for the whole family!
Miami: Bunny-Palooza (Miami Seauarium) on Easter Weekend- A hip-hopping weekend of Easter egg hunts, parades, Giant Fun Slide, costumed characters , Rock Climbing, prizes & Surprises!
Florida Keys: Underwater Easter Egg Hunt in Islamorada on 4/5. “In the Underwater Easter Egg Hunt, a human-sized bunny in dive gear hides brightly-colored eggs in the sand not far from a shallow reef. Divers and snorkelers then have a great time looking for the eggs and then can explore the reef. Don’t worry, environmentalists, the eggs are real and nontoxic colorings are used.”
It’s a floppy-eared phenomenon in South Florida!!!