With Easter approaching, I thought it would be a great time to share all that will be happening around town. Many of these events will be good for all members in your family and can offer some wonderful fun.
Will add more as we find !
Sunday, March 29 | 3:00 – 5:00 PM Gayton Baptist Church Spring Fling
A favorite spring tradition!
Kids bring their families (older siblings are welcome) for this FREE event, and explore lots of fun activities.
NEW this year – Petting Zoo from Laughing Place Farm!
Invite some friends and join us downstairs at Gayton.
Easter Egg Hunt
The Easter Story
Sunday , March 29 | 12:15- 1:15 pm Derbyshire Baptist Church
Ages 1-5 with an adult. Come out and celebrate spring while attending this fun-packed morning at Dorey Park. Meet the bunny and enjoy a variety of activities including bunny hop music, inflatables, face painting, and crafts. Don’t forget to bring your basket and join us for the egg hunt finale! Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday April 3rd & Sat April 4 , Pump It Up Hanover
Kids ages 2-11. Includes open bounce time, egg hunt, pizza and a drink or donuts plus a visit with the Easter Bunny. $14.95 per child.
April 4th Chester Baptist Church Easter Egg Hunt. 10:30am – noon.
FREE. Easter egg hunts for children plus a visit with the Easter Rabbit. Held indoors in bad weather, Children’s crafts, Bring a basket to collect the eggs!, concessions/ refreshment stand, restrooms, face painting
Sat April 4 Easter Egg Hunt Strange’s Florist on Broad Street
10:00 am / 12111 West Broad Street
Bring the kids for an old fashioned Easter Hunt that starts at 10am sharp!
Sat April 4 Family Easter at Maymont. 10am-3pm
There will be four scheduled egg hunts on the Carriage House Lawn. During each scheduled time, there will be two zones – one for children age 4 and under and one for children ages 5-10. Parents are allowed in the 4 and under zone only; no more than 2 adults per family please. Children 4 and under may participate in the older hunt with a sibling by request. Children age 5 and up are not allowed in the 4 and under zone. Every egg has a toy or candy prize, and some eggs include additional certificates. Certificates may be redeemed for prizes at the Egg Hunt Prize table near the egg hunt area. There is a limit of ten eggs per child, please. Toys may not be suitable for children age 3 and under.
Sat April 4-12 (closed on April 5).Petting Farm at Short Pump Mall.
Enjoy baby bunnies, chicks, ducks, lambs, and more. This event is FREE and open to the public. For more information, please call 804-360-1700.
New Generation International Ministry Community Easter Egg Hunt. April 5th from 2-4pm at Pollard Park (Corner of Brookland Park Blvd and Chamberlayne Avenue). Lots of games, fun, and prizes. It’s all FREE.
Children’s Easter Celebration and Egg Hunt. Reveille United Methodist Church. April 5th from 9:30am-10:30am. Reveille United Methodist Church is located a few blocks west of Carytown at 4200 Cary Street Road, Richmond, Virginia 23221.
Sat, April 4 & Sun, April 5, 2015 Lewis Ginter 1pm-4pm. Easter Weekend with Peter Rabbit.
Regular admission. Come meet Peter Rabbit as he poses for photographs on Saturday and Sunday from 1-4pm. Enjoy lots of activities for kids in the Children’s Garden and enjoy food from the Garden Cafe. On Saturday only, the Richmond Concert Band will delight with a “Where Have I Heard That Before?” concert in front of the Bloemendaal House from 2-3pm.
April 5 from 1-5pm Easter on Parade between Allen and Davis Avenues. FREE admission.
Each year more than 25,000 people converge upon the four-block site to celebrate the arrival of spring and the beauty of Monument Avenue, taking this once-a-year opportunity to stroll in the streets, which are closed to vehicular traffic. Music, arts, crafts, children’s activities, food, balloon artistry, a petting zoo, and of course, people and pet watching all are a part of the celebration which is, literally, a parade of Richmonders. Admission is free.
A highlight of the event promises to be the ever-popular Pet Bonnet and People Bonnet Showcases, held at 3 p.m. and 4 p.m., respectively, on the Zayde R. Dotts Main Stage at Allen Avenue.