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There are so many Easter Egg Hunts or Spring Celebration going on this weekend. I won’t even try to list them all but I have chosen a few that stand out to me.


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Spring Fling at Oak Canyon Park, Anaheim – Kids ages 3-11 are invited for an exciting day filled with spring and eco-friendly fun! Activities include an ‘Egg’cellent Egg Hunt, crafts, animal nursery, games, face painting, free Carl’s Jr. lunch, a visit from Mr. Bunny himself and pictures. Please call 714-765-5191 to register.

Spring CelebrationDowntown Anaheim – The Farmers’ Market celebrates spring with free activities for kids, Free photos with the Easter Bunny, Live Entertainment and more. Thursday, April 2, 2105 from 11:00 am -4:00 pm

Celebration Church Easter Egg-Stravaganza, Brea – The biggest Easter egg hunt in Brea!! Bring your favorite basket, collect as many eggs as you can, and turn them all in for prizes! This exciting Easter egg hunt will include over 20,000 eggs, carnival games, train rides, relays, prizes, arts & crafts, and face painting! The event starts at 11:00 am. on Saturday, April 4th.

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Tom’s Farms Annual Easter Egg Hunt, Corona – Enjoy live music at Tom’s Farms Annual Easter Egg Hunt. Enjoy additional attractions such as the train ride,  the carousel, tractor driving, petting zoo, magic shows and more.

Easter Hunt and Family Fun Day, Huntington Beach – Stop by and hunt for candy, take a picture with the Easter Bunny, play a game at the many game booths, enjoy the live band and visit booths from various community services. Saturday, April 4, 2015 from 9:00 am – 2:00 pm.

Egg ScrambleIrvine – Mariners Church will have face painting, crafts for kids, cookie decorating and lots of other fun stuff for toddlers-5th grade! Saturday, April 4: 3:15 & 7:15 pm

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Etnies Egg-Cellant Egg Hunt & Festival of Colors, Lake Forest – Etnies Skate Park in Lake Forest will celebrate with with 10,000 eggs hidden throughout the park, jumpers, arts, crafts and a Festival of Colors. The Egg Hunts begin at 11:15 am, be sure to arrive early.

Big Bunny’s Spring Fling, Los Angeles – Hop Over to the LA Zoo and Botanical Gardens to meet “Big Bunny”. Have the kids pet some real bunnies, there will be face painting, musical entertainment, bunny-ear crafts, and costumed characters.

Living Desert Zoo’s Easter Eggstrvaganza, Palm Desert – Join the Easter Bunny and his strolling friends (photo opportunities available) for fun activities. The days of fun will take start in Gecko Gulch with a huge Easter Egg hunt of 10,000 eggs. Enjoy a variety of activities to include keeper chats, Easter crafts, face painting, bounce houses, a parade, games and prizes and more! Activities are included in regular admission and are from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm on April 4th and April 5th.

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Egg Hunt at Kidspace, Pasadena – There will be Egg-Hunt‘s in the garden on Saturday & Sunday, April 4th & 5th. There will be hundreds of candy-filled eggs will be hidden throughout at the Kidspace Gardens just waiting to be found! Families can also create spring art, learn the bunny hop, pet real bunnies with Bunny World Foundation, and more!

Egg Bowl, Pasadena – Come to very first spring festival and egg hunt inside the Rose Bowl Stadium on Saturday from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm. This FREE event provides fun for the whole family with games and activities for children and teens, scavenger hunts, face painting, live entertainment, balloon animals, trackless train, food, pictures and more! This will be Pasadena’s largest egg hunt with over 40,000 eggs. Nominal fees apply for major attractions and food.

There  is also an option VIP Bunny Brunch for just $10.00 that comes complete some quality time and fun photos with the Bunny before his very busy day. Breakfast favorites include such as pancakes, eggs, sausage & more. Brunch is only available from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. This event will sell out!

Spring EGGStravaganzaLa Jolla – Birch Aquarium celebrates the arrival of spring and the changes it brings with Spring Eggstravaganza! Explore animal eggs, discover changes in the sea by making your own plankton, create a shark egg craft, and participate in an underwater egg hunt; no baskets needed. Come celebrate this eggstra-special time of year! This event begins Friday April 3rd and runs through Sunday, April 5th from 11:00 am -3:00 pm. Spring EGGStravaganza is included with regular admission.

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Image from lancejostdesigns.com

A Journey with Jesus, San Juan Capistrano – A Journey with Jesus, is a reflective outdoor art display and trail portraying a visual story of Christ’s journey to the cross.The trail showcases 15 breathtaking, original, hand-cast mosaics made by artist Lance Jost. Tours are available on Thursday, April 2nd, Friday, April 3rd & Saturday April 4th.

46th Annual Easter Egg Hunt, Tustin – The City of Tustin’s 46th annual Easter Egg Hunt will take place on April 4, 2015 from 8:30 am – 11:30 am at Tustin Sports Park for an Egg Hunt, Jumpers, Wild Animal Show, Petting Zoo, Pony Rides, Games Booths and Pictures with the Easter Bunny.

Egg Hunt & Storytime, Tustin – Come to Once Upon a Storybook for an Egg Hunt & Storytime on Saturday, April 4, 2015 from 11:00am 12:00pm. This special Easter storytime comes with an Easter egg hunt in the store! Be sure to arrive early as the Egg Hunt will begin promptly at 11:05!!

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Image from Saddleback.com

Saddleback Church in Anaheim, Corona, Irvine, Lake Forest, Los Angeles, Rancho Capistrano & San Clemente will all have Easter events for kids of all ages. You are invited to hunt for Easter eggs stuffed with sweets and treats. There are Egg Hunts scheduled for Friday, April 3rd, Saturday, April 4th & Sunday April 5th.

Egg Drop at Crosspointe Church, Yorba Linda – Celebrate Easter with an amazing 30,000 egg drop from a helicopter. Enjoy an encouraging message, great music, food trucks and more. The event is being held at Yorba Linda High School on Sunday April 5th and begins at 10:30 am.

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