PORTLAND Spring is here and Easter is Sunday. Here's a guide to some of the things you and your kids can do to celebrate around Portland. In addition to the events below, many of Portland's neighborhood associations are sponsoring Easter egg hunts.
After canceling in 2012 due to mud, Southwest Portland's Alpenrose Dairy proudly boasts that the hunt is back on this year. Kids 3 to 5 can start hunting at 10:30, then the 6 to 8-year-olds begin at noon.
The Oregon Zoo welcomes kids Saturday to the Rabbit Romp, which includes candy egg hunts every 20 minutes for children 10 and under. There's also a special hunt for kids two and under.
The Portland Children s Museum will host a Spring Fling Saturday, where kids can make their own crafts, and Greasy Kids Stuff will perform from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m.
Hope City Churchin Southeast Portland will hold its second annual Code Orange Easter Egg Drop, dropping 20,000 orange Easter eggs from a helicopter into Brentwood Park
Cedar Hills Recreation Centerhosts an Easter celebration Saturday, with a pancake breakfast, an egg hunt and an artisan bazaar.
PDX Kids Calendar has dozens more Easter weekend ideas, from egg hunts and a brunch cruise, to kid-friendly karaoke!
As if there weren't enough options for the holiday weekend, Red Tricycle Portland has pulled together even more events, including the Wooden Shoe Tulip Fest and an insect safari.