Posted by Nydia Streets of Streets Law in South Florida family events
Egg hunts are plentiful this Easter weekend and we found a variety of locations to report to help you maximize your egg gathering! Check out this Easter weekend edition of our South Florida family fun guide.
Friday, April 19 2019
Arts and Culture Festival in Little Havana: “Fun for the whole family! Children’s Village, art, music, dancing, and more! Enjoy and amazing evening in Little Havana! Free trolley service from Mary Brickell Village and Brickell Metrorail Station, every 15 minutes starting at 6:30 pm” For more information, click here.
Mini-Camp: Backyard Botany at Frost Science Museum: “Calling all budding scientists! Connect with the natural world and nourish your green thumb just in time for Earth Day by exploring the amazing anatomy and superpowers of plants. Learn how plants are essential for our planet and how to become an even more eco-friendly citizen.” For more information, click here.
Saturday, April 20, 2019
Eggstreme Egg Hunt at Coral Gables: “Ready, Set, Hunt! Find special eggs and win prizes to celebrate Easter at various parks on Saturday, April 20. Starting at 10 a.m., families can visit Jaycee Park, Phillips Park, Salvadore Park, Sunrise Harbor Park, or the War Memorial Youth Center for simultaneous egg hunts for all ages.” For more information, click here.
Eggstravaganza and Breakfast with the Bunny at OB Johnson Park : “Join us for our annual Easter Egg Hunt for kids 12 years and under at OB Johnson Park. Don't be late, the hunt starts promptly at 10am! Before the hunt, enjoy breakfast with the Bunny from 8:30-10am sponsored by PAL of Hallandale Beach. The event includes visits with Mr. Flop E Ears, Cookies and Punch, and lots of Family Fun! Don't forget your basket and camera!” For more information, click here.
Sunday, April 21, 2019
Eggsplore Fairchild at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden: “Fun for children of all ages! This event is weather permitting and the egg hunt is while supplies last. The egg hunt will start promptly at the designated time you reserve for in the Palmetum. The egg hunt will be divided into two age groups; 1-5 and 6-12. Please bring your baskets or bags for the egg hunt! One adult is required to accompany a child while enjoying the egg hunt regardless of age; all other adults in your group can proceed to end of the egg hunt and the start of the other activities. Please allow 10 minutes to park and walk to the start of the egg hunt.” For more information, click here.
Easter Carnival at Church by the Glades: “Activities include: Petting zoo, Face painting, Free food, Bounce houses / Inflatables, Rock climbing, Toddler play area, Photo Op, and DJ,” For more information, click here.
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