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Seattle Kids Weekend Events: Mar 29-31

This weekend, there’s plenty of bunny-and-egg themed excitement to keep you and the Littles hopping (and we’re not even referring to all of the chocolate bunnies and Peeps that will be consumed!). On our eggs-traordinary lineup: an egg hunt through a bakery and produce department, an Easter celebration with the animals, a wildly popular springtime celebration, a race for colored eggs, an annual egg hunt near the water, and a super-fun evening with the Easter Bunny. If you could use a night out on the town sans kids, MOHAI’s Kids Drive-In Movie Night will feature lots of fun including a G-rated movie, snacks and cardboard car making.

Bunny Bounce Woodland Park Zoo

Seattle

West Seattle Thriftway Easter Egg Hunt
If the skies are unforgiving on Saturday, head over to this annual egg hunt held inside the grocery store. Kiddos can search the store for plastic eggs filled with candy, little toys and tickets for eggs-tra special prizes. Insider Tip: Bring a big basket or bag to collect your eggs. The store hides hundreds (and hundreds!) of eggs down every aisle! Sat., 9:00 am. Seattle. Free. Ages 0-10. Event details.

Bunny Bounce (pictured)
This annual Easter eggs-travaganza will include egg hunts (for kiddos ages 1-8), bunny encounters, crafts, activity booths and fun zoo programs throughout the day. Sat., 9:30 am – 2:00 pm. Seattle. $8.75 to $12.75 (zoo members free). All ages. Event details.

Celebrate Urban Nature
Celebrate the arrival of spring at this annual family-friendly event. Catch a rockin’ performance by Johnny Bregar and enjoy tons of family-friendly activities including a Roving Reptiles show, story time with Turtle Theater, animal encounters, a petting farm, nature-themed carnival and interactive booths. Sat., 10:30 am – 2:30 pm. Seattle. $3 to $8. All ages. Event details.

Eastside

Scrambled Egg 5k
It’s a 5k. It’s an egg hunt. It’s a 5k and egg hunt all-in-one! Find different colored eggs scattered all over the course—each color will either help or hurt your time but you won’t know until you get to the finish line. Sat., 8:30 am – 11:00 am. Redmond. $15 to $40. Ages 2 and older. Event details.

Woodmark Hotel Easter Egg Scramble
At this annual Easter event, lil’ ones will enjoy hunting for Easter treats while mom and dad nosh on complimentary doughnuts, coffee and hot chocolate. Plus, kiddos (and parents) can get their photo taken with the Easter Bunny and enjoy a fun, complimentary kids’ activity. BYOB (bring your own basket). Sat., 10:30 am – 12:00 pm. Kirkland. Free (pictures $5). Reservations required online. All ages. Event details.

Lil’ Ones Egg Hunt
No need to wake up the Littles early for an egg hunt when you can hop on over to Mercerdale Park for this annual evening egg hunt! In addition to looking for eggs, candy and prizes, kiddos can visit with the Easter Bunny. Insider Tip: Be on the lookout for golden eggs filled with “eggstra” special surprises! Sat., 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm (egg hunt starts at 5:00 pm sharp!). Mercer Island. Free. Ages 1 to 6. Event details.

How will you be spending Easter weekend? Let us know in a comment below.

–Kristina Moy

Photo credit: Woodland Park Zoo

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