Things are really hopping around the city as we say goodbye to March and welcome spring. The annual Skagit Valley Tulip Festival is just around the corner. If you haven’t gotten tickets yet, now is the time to make your plans. Besides fabulous flowers, we’re looking forward to: a Passover pop-up, a celebration that’s bursting with color and a seriously egg-cellent adventure.

photo: Prashant Sharma via pixabay

Trophy’s Passover pop-up
In celebration of Passover, Trophy Cupcakes has created the ultimate Passover friendly dessert (now available for pre-order). Select quantities will be available for sale at The J during this pop-up event. Pesach Sameach! Fri., noon-1:30 p.m. Event details.

Here comes Peter Cotton Trail
Hop around Auburn’s parks and trails in search of the elusive bunny, who’ll be hidden in various locations. Find the bunny, have a chance to win prizes and have a blast doing it! This will be a fun and safe event for families. Fri.-Sun., 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Event details.

Celebrate Holi
Celebrate the much-awaited spring with colors, music, art and fun from the comfort of your home. Join Vibha Seattle volunteers for a family-friendly celebration of Holi—the festival of color. Register for the event and pick up your kit locally before the celebration. Sun., 10 a.m.-noon. Event details.

Flock together
Head to Oxbow Farm to celebrate their feathered friends and springtime flora. Join Oxbow’s education team for fun, hands-on activities. Drop-in for a scavenger hunt, see what’s sprouting up on the Kids’ Farm, explore the Living Playground and more. Registration required. Sat., 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Event details

Go on an egg-cellent adventure
The staff at KidsQuest are egg-static to welcome families back to the museum for a KidsQuest favorite egg adventure. Featuring egg-cellent egg activities, plus eggy twists and turns in exhibits like Water and the Bellevue Mercantile. Registration required. Sun., 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Event details.

Get inspired!
Join the National Nordic Museum to celebrate Women’s History Month with a project inspired by Swedish artist Hilma af Klint. A groundbreaking abstract artist, af Klint is well known for her bold and colorful work. Sat., 10 a.m. Event details.

—Allison Sutcliffe