Free Easter Egg Hunts
If you have kids, they’re going to want to do an Easter Egg Hunt. If you’re the intrepid type, you could go buy candy and little toys, fill plastic eggs, hide them, and oversee your own hunt. Or you could do yourself a favor and take the family to one of these community Egg Hunts. Some of these are a regular springtime festival with food, face-painting, bounce houses, and pictures with the Easter Bunny. All are free!
- Easter Hoppening by the city of Malibu (Friday, April 14)
- Connection Point’s Annual Community Egg Hunt at Wilson Park (Saturday, April 15)
- Pasadena Egg Bowl at the Rose Bowl Stadium (Saturday, April 15)
You might go to a sunrise service at your church, or you might opt to sleep in. Either way, an Easter brunch will be just the thing. Some of LA’s finest restaurants are offering options, ranging from under $50 to over $100. There are even options for bringing your kids. Browse restaurants and reserve your spot here.
Enjoy Spring Break with a Show
The Echo in downtown LA hosts a variety of performers, including singers, comedians, actors, and DJs. Take a friend or several, or go alone–you’re sure to find something you like. A perfect way to have some fun on your spring break! See their shows here.