Without a doubt, this weekend’s events are dominated by egg hunts, baskets of sugar and fuzzy bunnies – both real and costumed. In addition to the bigger hunts on our Egg Hunt Roundup, there’s KUIK’s Great Westside Easter Egg Hunt and activities, like the Kidical Mass Peep Parade and the Inflatable Kingdom Egg-Stravaganza that have the added bonus of exercise for burning off all of that sugar-fueled energy. Read on to discover our top picks for this weekend.

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East Side

Spin Cycle: Kidical Mass Peep Parade
Get those bikes out and helmets on as Kidical Mass leads the Peep Parade. The ride will begin at Overlook Park and ride through quiet streets to Arbor Lodge Park for an easter egg hunt. The route is 3 miles, it will be open to traffic, and it isn’t a loop back around. The group will stay together and follow all traffic safety laws. Helmets are required for children and encouraged for adults. Sun., 1-3 p.m., Free, All Ages. Event details.

Hunt for the Golden Eggs on the Back Nine
Glendoveer Golf & Tennis offers up its annual Golden Easter Egg Hunt with gold colored, plastic Easter eggs hidden throughout the field filled with something special. As if golden eggs weren’t enough, there will also be pony rides and photo opps. Three hunt sessions will be offered. See listing for age group start times. Sun., 11 a.m.-1 p.m., Free, All Ages. Event details.

Real Bunnies at Green Bean Books’ Egg Hunt
The Alberta Street Easter Egg Hunts is back again this year with two sessions at Green Bean Books, one for ages 4 and under, at 11 a.m. and one for kids 5-9  at high noon.  An Egg Race will follow the hunt for the older kids. Between the hunts, the staff will be reading one of their favorite Easter story books and kids will have the opportunity to meet a real bunny rabbit and bunny expert.  On top of that, kids can can craft their very own baby chick mask to wear home. Registration via phone is required. Sun., 11 a.m., Free, Ages 9 and under. Event details.

Find Treasure at the Overlook House Egg-Stravaganza
Hippity hop on down to The Overlook House with your little bunnies and their egg-collecting baskets for this beloved annual egg hunt. Sat., 10:30 a.m., Free, All Ages. Event details.

West Side

Get Bounced at Inflatable Kingdom’s Eggstravaganza
Bouncing, egg hunts and crafts? It’s a kids’ paradise! Four sessions will take place throughout the day. Admission will include Easter egg hunts in the inflatable arena, arena bouncing time, airbrush tattoos, spin art, Easter crafts, a meet-and-greet and free 4×6 photo with the Easter bunny. Secure your time in advance by purchasing a ticket online. Sun., 9 a.m.-5 p.m., $8/child, All Ages. Event details.

Load Your Baskets at KUIK’s Great Westside Easter Egg Hunt 
This gigantic annual event is held at the Washington County Fair Complex in Hillsboro and features buckets of candy and tons of great prizes for kids, plus a fire truck, police cars, pony rides, face painting, inflatable bounce houses, games, arts and crafts, and pictures with the Easter Bunny. There’s also a hunt for moms, too, with jewelry, trips and day spa packages. Egg Hunts are broken down by age. Candy hunts and pictures with the Easter Bunny are free, some of the attractions have an additional fee. Sat., 8 a.m.-3 p.m., $5/family, Ages 10 and under. Event details.

Road Trippin’: Garden Home Spring Egg Hunt 
Come rain or shine, bring your baskets to load up on colorful eggs and fun surprises. Reservations required. Bring your camera and take a photo with the bunny. Sat., 11 a.m.-noon, $7/child, Ages 1-10. Event details.

What are your plans for the weekend? Let us know in the comments below!

–Suzie Ridgway