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Easter Wishes!

by Melissa Thompson

Courtesy of The Melissa Thompson Team

101 Things To Do In Memphis #10 Easter Events 2018

by Melissa Thompson

Spring time is upon us. That means Easter is almost here and Memphis has plenty of events to keep us hopping! However, it’s happening on April Fool’s so be sure keep your ears up for any shenanigans.

Visit Carriage Crossing’s Spring Garden for a keepsake photo with the Easter Bunny and your little one! It will be located in Suite 547 between Talbots and Dillard’s.

  • Friday, March 30 – Bunny Hop 2018 – Collierville – 10:30am – 12pm

Join JA of Collierville, Main Street Collierville and Town of Collierville for dancing, games, the Easter Bunny and more. Please bring canned food to donate to those in need within the Collierville community.

Head to the Garden to enjoy a 96-acre hunt with prizes for the adults as well! Everyone will enjoy kids crafts, lawn games, and outdoor activities throughout the day. You’ll also be able to take photos with the Easter Bunny and purchase concessions at an additional cost.

SRVS Kids & Families will be hosting their 22nd Bunny 5K at The Grove @ Oak Court Mall! Runners begin at 9:00 am and walkers start immediately after, followed by the 1 mile Family fun run/walk. They will also have children’s games, face painting, Easter egg hunt, and even a visit from the Easter Bunny! Be sure to sign up by the 29th.

Saturday of Easter Weekend, spend your time at the Yard for Smoke House specialties and spring cocktails, as well as a series of specialty events like an Easter Bunny dog costume contest and an adult Easter Egg hunt at 8 pm!

Join Pumping Station for their annual Roulette! Here are the rules: Two people face each other. They pick an egg and hope it’s not raw. At the same time, they slam the egg on their forehead. The loser get’s egg on their face, the winner goes to the next round. It’s simple and great fun!

Enjoy a fantastic brunch after your Easter service this April 1st! They offer a wide variety of food spanning multiple categories, and of course have plenty of delectable desserts for you to enjoy. Be sure to reserve your spot soon.

Enjoy crab cake Benedict, Cajun omelette, french toast, chicken tenders, and more at Tug’s this coming Easter morning! View their complete menu here.

Join Owen Brennan’s for their annual Easter Brunch. This honored event will sell out, so make your reservations as soon as possible. They will also hold a few seats and make them available for walk-ins.

Enjoy filet mignon, crab cakes, pork belly & eggs, and more at the Terrace at the River Inn this Easter! Reservations are now open and filling up fast so be sure to reserve your seats by calling 901-260-3333.

Join Paulette’s in Harbor Town for their annual Easter brunch. Reserve your seat now by calling 901-260-3300.

Brunch includes an endless buffet of traditional and not-so-traditional Easter brunch menu items. Price is $55 per adult, $25 per child, plus tax and gratuity.

By: choose901.com
Photo credit: BeMyGuest

The Origins of the Easter Bunny

by Melissa Thompson

While Easter is a Christian celebration of the resurrection of Christ, you will not find any references to an Easter Bunny in the bible.  So, where did the Easter Bunny tradition come from? Well, it’s hard to say. The theories of the origins of the Easter Bunny are mysterious and varied.  One theory is that the symbol of the rabbit stems from pagan tradition, specifically, the festival of Eostre. Eostre was a goddess of fertility whose symbol was a bunny. Rabbits, known for their energetic breeding, have often been symbols of fertility. 

 Another theory explains how the Easter Bunny came to America.  According to history.com, the floppy-eared bearer of candy came over with German immigrants. Some sources say that the Easter Bunny arrived in the 1700s with German immigrants who settled in Pennsylvania. They brought with them the tradition of and egg-laying hare called “Osterhase”.  Children created nests in which “Osterhase” could lay his colored eggs. Eventually, the custom spread throughout the country and the gifts from the Easter Bunny expanded to include candy and small gifts.  Decorated baskets replaced the nests. Children began to leave carrots out for the bunny, in case he got hungry from all that hopping.

So, the Easter Bunny may not directly represent the reason people celebrate Easter, but because rabbits symbolize fertility and new life, it makes sense that they would be the right animal to have around for the celebration of a spring holiday!

101 Things To Do In Memphis #60: Easter Events 2017

by Melissa Thompson

Trees are blooming, bulbs are popping up and the weather is improving. Easter is sneaking up on us! Here’s a list of Easter-related happenings in the area. Pay attention to the registration deadlines for some of these events. Also – take note how many like the “Eggstravaganza” pun.

After-Dark Easter Egg Hunt
Cameron Brown Park
8628 Farmington Blvd, Germantown
7:15-9pm

Breakfast with the Easter Bunny
Kid’s Play
9155 Poplar Ave, Germantown
9am
$12 per child, $9 per adult
Breakfast includes pancakes, eggs, bagels, donuts, fruit, juices and coffee. Madison from Mad Photography will be available to take professional photos at an additional cost of $20 for 3 edited electronic prints.

Elmwood Easter Egg Hunt
Elmwood Cemetery
824 S Dudley, Memphis
9am
FREE
The cemetery staff and volunteers invite our youngest of friends to join us for an Easter egg hunt! This fun event is open to kids from 1 to 10 years of age. Make sure to bring your Easter basket so that you can find plenty of eggs. We’ll hide a prize egg, too. The Easter bunny will even be joining us for photos! This event is free and open to the public, but registration is required! Simply email [email protected] and let us know how many kids you are bringing. We will begin on time – parents, please be prompt! Call with questions at 901-774-3212.

Urban Egg Hunt by Hope Church
Multi-National Ministries
1548 Poplar, Memphis
10-11:30am
FREE

Cameron Brown Easter Eggstravaganza
Cameron Brown Park
8628 Farmington, Germantown
10a-1p
FREE
Egg hunts: Up to 2 years, 10:30a; 3 to 4 years, 11a; 5 to 6 years, 11:30a; 7 to 8 years, noon. Hop on over and have some fun, look for eggs each and every one. Little ones can enjoy a free petting zoo, moon bounces and age-divided egg hunts with prizes. Meet the Easter Bunny and find candy-filled eggs. Don’t forget a basket and camera. Concessions are available for purchase. Rain date is Tuesday, April 11.

Easter Through the Looking Glass
CMOM
2525 Central, Memphis
10a-1p
Members $5, Non-members $20
Hop on over for photos with the Easter Bunny and greet some very special characters throughout the museum. Meet Alice, her furry feline, a pale queen, and a hatter that’s gone mad! Decorate wooden eggs and don’t miss the chance to create your very own colorful Duct Tape Easter bucket to fill with deluxe Easter treats from the Candy Station. Enjoy themed face painting and balloon twisting from The Balloon Guy. Every child receives an egg-stra special plush bunny to take home. Advanced reservation prices: members are $3 and non-members are $18 and includes a museum visit. At the door pricing day of the event based on availability: members are $5 and non-members are $20. All sales final – tickets are non-refundable!

Easter Egg Hunt
St. Luke’s Methodist
480 S Highland, Memphis
10a

Hope 4 Macky & Friends Special Needs Egg Hunt
Hope Church
8500 Walnut Grove Rd, Cordova
11am-2p
FREE

Easter Eggstravaganza!
YMCA at Schilling Farms
1185 Schilling Blvd E, Collierville
2-3pm
FREE for members; $5 Non-Members
Come prepared to get wet at the annual Easter Eggstravaganza in the indoor pool! Wear your swim suit and bring a towel, basket, and your own flotation device if needed. Activities following egg float in the meeting room. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled time. Reserve your spot by April 6th. Space is limited. Walk-ins will not be accepted. Age 3-5 2pm; Age 6-9 2:15pm; Age 10-14 2:30pm

Easter Eggstravaganza!
Christ the King Lutheran Church
5296 Park, Memphis
3-5pm
FREE
Fun activities will include a petting zoo, face painting, balloon sculptures, bouncy house, ice cream sundaes, a traditional Easter Egg Hunt and, of course, the Easter Bunny himself!  The event is free and open to the community.  For ages 3-year-olds to 6th grade.  For more information, contact Lauren Gilchrist at [email protected].

 

Easter Egg Hunt
Williamson Park hosted by Evergreen Presbyterian
250 Williamson, Memphis
12p

Easter Eggstravaganza
Highland Church of Christ
400 N. Houston Levee, Cordova
3pm

Special Needs Easter Egg Hunt
Germantown Presbyterian Church
2363 Germantown Rd, Germantown
3pm
FREE

Easter Egg Hunt
Germantown Presbyterian Church
2363 Germantown Rd, Germantown
4pm
FREE

Easter Egg Hunt
Trinity Baptist Church
8899 Trinity Rd, Cordova
4pm

Calvary: The Dramatic Story of Christ
Buckman Performing Arts Center
60 Perkins Extd
5-8pm
$15-$25
The purpose of this play is to exhibit a musical presentation of the meaning of Spiritual Love and Sacrifice. The setting provides the audience an experience to see acting, music, dancing, and puppetry. The storyline centers a young girl named Libi who learns how Jesus gave his life for us through her mother Odelia; who recreates a visual painting of how Jesus suffered. This musically inclined journey challenges us to walk the footsteps Jesus faced traveling to Calvary and agonizing moments on the cross until his death. This fun-filled skit will set your souls to laughter as we comically illustrate a theatrical representation of how love saves a family and brought them together.

 

Easter Egg Hunt
Kid’s Play
9155 Poplar Ave, Germantown
10:30am
The egg hunt is included with your daily admission of $9 per child.  BYOB – bring your own basket.

Bunny Hop
Collierville Square
125 N Rowlett, Collierville
10:30a-12p
Join JA of Collierville, Main Street Collierville and Town of Collierville for dancing, games, Easter Bunny and so much more!
Please bring canned food to donate to those in need within the Collierville community!

Breakfast with the Easter Bunny
East Win Church
4350 Hacks Cross, Memphis
9a-9:45
10a Egg Hunt
$5

SRVS Bunny Run 
Independent Presbyterian Church
4738 Walnut Grove Rd, Memphis
Race starts at 9am
Registration ranges from $10-$30
Walkers start immediately after, followed by the 1 mile Family fun run/walk. A great family event including children’s games, face painting, Easter egg hunt, a visit from the Easter Bunny!

Bunny Breakfast and Egg Hunt
Faith Presbyterian Church
8816 Poplar Pike, Germantown
9-11am

Shelby Forest Spring Fest
Millington
10a-6p
$3
The 6th Annual 2017 Shelby Forest Spring Fest will be held April 15th in the old UA Moore Ballpark (Shelby Forest State Park). There will be a sanctioned KCBS BBQ competition, live music, food, arts and crafts vendors, wildlife and cultural exhibits, activities for kids, crawfish boil, and a corn hole tournament! New things are being added every day!

Easter Egg Hunt
Germantown United Methodist Church
2331 S Germantown Rd, Germantown
Time TBD
Our annual Easter Egg Hunt is held the Saturday before Easter at GUMC’s McVay Gardens Park. This fun and festive event provides is a great opportunity for family and fellowship! In addition to the traditional egg hunt, children can enjoy a petting zoo, fun crafts, yummy snacks, and much more! The Easter Bunny makes an appearance as well. Parking is available at the Owings Life Enrichment Center.

Easter Egg Hunt
Dixon Gallery & Gardens
4339 Park Ave, Memphis
9:30-11a
Members $8, Non-members $10
Hunt begins promptly at 10:45am. Light refreshments will be provided.

Easter Eggstravaganza (site may be down as they’re launching new site April 5 week)
Kroc Center
800 E Pkwy S, Memphis
10a-12p
Hop to the Kroc for Easter Hunting for ages 0-12. The fun starts at 10am.

Easter Egg Hunt
Emmanuel Methodist Church
2404 Kirby Rd, Memphis
10a-12p

Easter Celebration
Christ Church
4488 Poplar
10a-12noon
Egg Hunt, Carnival Games, Food, Family Fun

Second Presbyterian Egg Hunt
Second Pres. Church
4055 Poplar Ave, Memphis
10-11am
FREE
Easter egg hunt on the Poplar football field for children in third grade and under.

Easter Egg Hunt
Humane Society
935 Farm Rd, Memphis
10a-1p
$10 donation per child or dog
This isn’t your typical Easter Egg Hunt event – it’s for both kids and pets! We’ll have eggs hidden all over the spacious Humane Society property, and it’ll be an afternoon to remember. Don’t forget to bring your Easter baskets!
A $10 donation per child or dog includes egg hunt entry and a treat bag filled with goodies. Don’t worry, we’ll have separate treat bags for pups and kids. There will also be free face painting and more fun activities for the whole family. The HSMSC mascot, Hugh the Rescue, can’t wait to see you!
Wildflowers Photography will be on site for pet, children, or family photos. For a $10 donation, you’ll receive professional photos emailed to you that evening. Baby chicks and ducks are available for the photos.
Event schedule:
Dog Easter Egg Hunt @ 10:30am (All dogs must be on leash)
Child Easter Egg Hunt @ 11:30am

Easter Egg Hunt
Cornelia Crenshaw Library
531 Vance
11a-1p

Easter Family Fest
First Assembly Memphis
8650 Walnut Grove, Cordova
12-3pm
FREE

Easter Eggstravaganza!
Immanuel Lutheran Church
6325 Raleigh Lagrange Rd, Memphis
12-2p
Free to go, but you must register to attend.

Family Easter Eggtravaganza
Calvary Church
1851 Houston Levee, Cordova

 

Family Egg Hunt
Memphis Botanic Garden
750 Cherry Rd, Memphis
1-4pm
MBG members $6, non-members $8. Under 2 free. Tickets $10 at the gate, based on availability.
Spring wouldn’t be the same without the Garden’s annual Egg Hunt, complete with age-friendly areas, live music and magic, and a 96-acre hunt with prizes for the adults as well! Bring the little ones to the 2-and-under Bunny Hop area for a mellow, hunt-at-your-own-pace space, from 1:00-4:00 p.m. 3-4 year olds will have their own hunt at 2:30 pm; 5-7 year olds at 2:45 pm, and 8-10 year olds at 3:00 pm. Family prize egg hunt begins at 1:00 pm, and ends at 4:00 pm, or when all eggs are found. (1 prize egg per family, please!) Everyone will enjoy kids’ crafts, lawn games, and outdoor activities throughout the day. Photos with the Easter Bunny and concessions available at additional cost. Advance tickets online and also available at the front desk.Call 636-4100 for information.

Shelby Forest Egg Hunt
Shelby Forest, Millington
2pm
Big Egg Hunt on the Lake!  Free to the public, for children 12 and under.

Easter Eve Concert
Hosted by Independent Pres. Church
Levitt Shell
1928 Poplar Ave, Memphis
6pm
FREE
Everyone is welcome to attend this FREE event at the historic Levitt Shell, located in Overton Park. Invite your family and friends to enjoy a spring evening on Easter Eve featuring singer/songwriter, Sam Mooney.

Easter Sunrise Service at the Garden
Hosted by Second Presbyterian Church
Memphis Botanic Garden
750 Cherry Rd
6:30am

Easter Sunrise Service at Levitt Shell
1928 Poplar Ave
6:45am
FREE

70th Annual Crystal Shrine Grotto Easter Sunrise Service 
Memorial Park Crystal Shrine Grotton
5668 Poplar Avenue
7am
FREE
An ecumenical service at the historic Crystal Shrine Grotto. Light refreshments (i.e. doughnuts and juice for the kids) will be served. For more information, please call 901-767-8930. 

Easter at the Island
Mud Island
Downtown Memphis
10a-5p
Come spend Easter at Mud Island River Park Family Fun – more details to come soon.

Redbirds Dropping Easter Candy from Helicopter
AutoZone Park
200 Union Ave, Memphis
12noon Brunch
2:05pm Gametime
After the game – Kids ages 12 and under will be allowed onto the field to hunt for Easter candy, dropped from a chopper! Easter special package tickets available.

 

By: eastmemphismoms.com

Happy Easter!

by Melissa Thompson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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101 Things To Do In Memphis #3: Easter Events 2016

by Melissa Thompson

 

 

Trees are blooming, bulbs are popping up and the weather is improving. Easter is coming! Here's a list of Easter-related happenings in the area. If you know of something else, please comment on this post and let us all know. Pay attention to the registration deadlines for some of the events.

 

 

Photos with the Bunny:

 

Cedar Hill Farms
Hernando, MS
March 19th – 26th
Enjoy a day at the farm; riding ponies, petting the animals, getting their faces painted and getting their picture made with the Easter Bunny.  Several Easter Egg Hunts.  Purchase tickets online, fee for activities.

Saturday, March 12th

Easter Egg Hunt
Christ the King Lutheran Church
3-5pm
petting zoo, face painting, glitter tattoos, refreshments, and of course, an Easter Egg Hunt and photos with the Easter Bunny. Free and open to the community.

Special Needs Egg Hunt
Hope Church
11am-2pm
Hop on over to our “egg-citing” Easter egg hunt and talent show.This event is for families who have a child with special needs. Don’t miss the cool bunny trail egg hunt, face painting, games, cake walk, inflatables, food and so much more!

Friday, March 18th

Easter Bunny Hop
Main Street, Collierville
4-5:30pm

After Dark Egg Hunt
Cameron Brown Park, Germantown.
Games at 7:15pm, egg hunts at 8pm
Age groups: 9 to 10 years and 11 to 12 years
When the sun has set and the moon shines bright join us for an egg hunt in the night. Eggs are filled with candy and prizes awarded for both hunts. Bring along a flashlight and bag to collect goodies. Concessions are available for purchase. Rain date is Tuesday, March 22. For more information, contact Michelle McDonnell at 757-7382 or [email protected] In the event of inclement weather, call 751-5669 for details on event status.

Saturday, March 19th

Easter Eggstravaganza
Cameron Brown Park, Germantown
Games and activities begin at 10am
Egg hunts: Up to 2 years, 10:30am; 3 to 4 years, 11am; 5 to 6 years, 11:30am; 7 to 8 years, noon
Hop on over and have some fun, look for eggs each and every one. Little ones enjoy a free petting zoo, moon bounces and age-divided egg hunts with prizes. Meet the Easter Bunny and find candy-filled eggs. Don’t forget a basket and your camera. Concessions are available for purchase. Rain date is Tuesday, March 22. For more information, contact Michelle McDonnell at 757-7382 or [email protected] In the event of inclement weather, call 751-5669 for details on event status.

Easter Egg Hunt & Easter Basket Contest
W.J. Freeman Park, Bartlett
Basket Judging: 9:30am, Easter Egg Hunt: 10am

Elmwood Easter Egg Hunt
Elmwood Cemetary
9am
The cemetery staff and volunteers invite our youngest of friends to join us for an Easter egg hunt! This fun event is open to kids from 1 to 10 years of age. A smaller hunting area for our youngest friends will be sectioned off so that everyone can fully enjoy the morning. Make sure to bring your Easter basket so that you can find plenty of eggs. We’ll hide a prize egg, too. The Easter bunny will even be joining us for photos! Coffee and donuts will be on hand for sale. This event is free and open to the public. We will begin on time – parents, please be prompt! Please call with questions at 901-774-3212.

Easter Basket Drive & Free Dance Camp
11:30-1:30pm
Ballet On Wheels Dance School
As a part of giving back to the community, Ballet On Wheels Dance School & Company will sponsor its 9th Annual Easter Basket Drive & Free Dance Camp for male and female students ages 3 through 14.  Each participant in the camp is asked to bring a filled Easter Basket, ready to be given to an underserved child in our community. Camp participants should wear dance clothes, tutus or other comfortable clothes suitable for dance movement. Ages 3 to 6 years old will participate in Creative Movement dance from 11:30 am to 12:15 pm, 7 years old and older will dance from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm plus watch a mini dance performance presented by the performance company of Ballet On Wheels Dance Company. Dance styles include: Ballet, Jazz, African, Modern. Free, registration required.

Saturday, March 26th

Bunny Run
Audobon Park, 9am
5K, Family Fun Run, A great family event including children’s games, face painting, Easter egg hunt, a visit from the Easter Bunny, and great food and prizes!  Benefiting SRVS (formerly Special Kids and Families – provides family-centered services that address the unique abilities of young children with special needs)

Easter Egg Hunt
Germantown United Methodist Church
9:30am-noon

Easter Egg Hunt
Dixon Gallery & Gardens
10:30am
Hunt begins promptly at 10:45am. Light refreshments will be provided. $8 members; $10 non-members.

Easter Egg Hunt
Christ Methodist Church
10:30am-12:30pm
Bring your children and their baskets and join us for a fabulous family gathering and a carnival-style Easter egg hunt. (Remember, you can walk the In His Steps ‘run,’ so come early and join in the fun there too!)

Family Egg Hunt
Memphis Botanic Garden
1-4pm
Spring wouldn’t be the same without the Garden’s annual Egg Hunt, complete with age-friendly areas, live music and magic, and a 96-acre hunt with prizes for the adults as well! Bring the little ones to the Bunny Hop 2-and-under area for a mellow, hunt-at-your-own-pace space; 3-4 year olds will have their own hunt at 2:30pm; 5-7 year olds at 2:45pm, and 8-10 year olds at 3pm. Family prize egg hunt begins at 1:00 pm, and ends at 4:00 pm, or when all eggs are found. (1 prize egg per family, please!) Everyone will enjoy the kids crafts, lawn games, and outdoor activities. Photos with the Easter Bunny and concessions available at additional cost. Advance tickets online. Members $6/non-members $8, under 2 free. Convenience charges apply to online ticket purchase. Tickets $10 at the gate, based on availability. My Big Backyard will be closed during this special event.

Second Presbyterian Egg Hunt
10-11am
Easter egg hunt on the Poplar football field for children in third grade and under.

Trinity Baptist Church Egg Hunt
Cordova
1-3:30pm

Easter Eve Concert
Levitt Shell,  6pm
Looking for confirmation on this event.

Sunday, March 27th – Easter

Easter Sunrise Service at the Garden
Memphis Botanic Garden, 6:30am, by Second Presbyterian Church

 

 

By: eastmemphismoms.com
Photo Credit: animalfair.com

Happy Easter!

by Melissa Hayes Thompson

Easter Activities in Memphis TN!

by Your Key to Memphis Team

Easter is coming! Here's a list of Easter-related activities in the area.

Saturday, March 31st


Easter Eggstravaganza

Cameron Brown Park (Germantown). Beginning at 10 am, the annual Easter Eggstravaganza features a free petting zoo, moon bounces and age divided egg hunts. Meet the Easter Bunny, find candy filled eggs and have an eggstravagant time. Don’t forget a basket and camera. Rain date is Tuesday, April 3rd.

Bunny Breakfast

Our Lady of Perpetual Help (Germantown), 9-11am. Enjoy breakfast with the Easter Bunny, pictures, egg hunts, games and more. Bring money for some great raffle items and a silent auction (Interim, Orchestra, spas, Little Gym, etc.). $6/ticket (ages 1 and up), 901-485-0474

Easter Egg Hunt & Basket Contest

9:30am, W.J. Freeman Park (Bartlett), egg hunt for ages 10 and under. Moonwalk, face painting, and crafts.

Dixon Easter Egg Hunt

10:30am - noon
Hunting begins promptly at 10:45am. The Easter Egg Hunt will take place on the back porch and South Lawn. Hunt will be moved to auditorium in case of rain. Members: $8; Non-Members: $10. Reservations required. Please call 761-5250. Limited Availability (100 kids)

Sunday April 1st - Palm Sunday

 

Friday, April 6th - Good Friday


Easter Extravaganza on the Town Square

Collierville Town Square, 10am-noon. Music, face painting, bounce house, egg hunt.

Advent Presbyterian

1879 N. Germantown Road Cordova
10am-noon, 10,000 eggs (hunt for babies-2nd graders) live "Bunny Band" music and sing along, moon bounces, magic slides, Easter Bunny.

Saturday, April 7th


Kids Club Egg Hunt
Shelby Farms, for Kids Club members only ($10/child membership, info here
) egg hunting, face painting, activities, and more.

Memphis Farmers Market - Opening Day


7am-1pm, Central Station pavilion. 10am Easter egg hunt

Mullins United Methodist Egg Hunt

4 North Mendenhall Road, 10am

Woodland Presbyterian Egg Hunt

10am

Germantown United Methodist Egg Hunt

McVay Gardens (Germantown), 9:30-11:30am

Second Presbyterian Egg Hunt

11am-12:30pm

Second Baptist Egg Hunt

time to follow

Christ Methodist Community Egg Hunt

10am-noon at East High School. Free food, games and fun.

Bellevue Baptist Egg Hunt

10:30 am at the Joy Fields at the Appling Road Campus. Families with children ages 2 years-5th grade will enjoy a morning of family fun at our annual Eggstravaganza (Family Egg Hunt).

Memphis Botanic Garden Family Egg Hunt

1-4 pm, members $6/non-members $8 ($10 at the gate), under 2 free (Special event admission does not include My Big Backyard). Age-specific hunts, eco-friendly crafts & activities, food, live music, and prizes for all ages. Find one of the special "Green Eggs" and take home a special environmental prize! Call 636-4100.

Easter Extravaganza

YMCA Schilling Farms (Collierville). Collect floating plastic eggs in the indoor pool. Times vary; 1:30pm for ages 3-5 (parent/guardian must accompany child in the water); 1:45pm for ages 6-9; 2pm for ages 10 and up. Don’t forget your basket. Free and open to the community.

Bunny Run 5K

9am, 5-kilometer run/walk around Audubon Park. Runners begin at 9am, walkers start immediately afterward. 1 mile Family Fun Run after race starts. Register online. Benefiting Special Kids & Families

Easter Eve Concert
Levitt Shell, 6pm, free. Drew & Ellie Holcomb acoustic performance sponsored by Independent Presbyterian Church.

Sunday, April 8th - Easter Sunday


Advent Presbyterian
Arlington. 10 am (between worship services) we will have an Easter Egg Hunt for children of all ages in lieu of Sunday School.

Community Easter Sunrise Service

Levitt Shell, 6:30am. Midtown churches join together at the Levitt Shell at 6:30 a.m. for a community Easter service. Rev. Ron Buck from Lindenwood will give a brief Easter message and special music will be provided by Greater Lewis Street Missionary Baptist Church choir and First Baptist Church's 

Germantown TN Easter Egg Hunt

by Your Key to Memphis Team

Germantown Easter Eggstravaganza

Date: 3/31/2012 10:00 AM
Cost: Free
Location: Cameron Brown Park
8628 Farmington Boulevard
Germantown, Tennessee 38139

Egg Hunt: Up to 2 years old, 10:30 a.m.
                   3 to 4 years old, 11 a.m.
                   5 to 6 years old, 11:30 a.m.
                   7 to 8 years old, noon
Beginning at 10 a.m., the annual Easter Eggstravaganza features a free petting zoo, moon bounces and age divided egg hunts. Meet the Easter Bunny, find candy filled eggs and have an eggstravagant time. Don't forget a basket and camera. Rain date is Tuesday, April 3.


 

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