Easter is right around the corner, and it looks like the celebrations are going to be in full swing in metro Atlanta again this year. After a very cold and snowy winter, everyone is looking forward to some fun out in the sunshine this April. Here is a list of some of the Easter events and celebrations that are going on around Metro Atlanta this Easter.
Callanwolde Giant Egg Hunt
If you are out with the family and close to Druid Hills you might want to stop on by the Callanwolde Fine Arts Center. The fin art center puts on the Callanwolde Easter egg hunt annually. The Easter egg hunt is one of the biggest Easter egg hunts in the state. Thousands of eggs and special prize egg are put out. In addition to the egg hunt there will be a bake sale, face panting, arts and crafts, and games for the whole family to enjoy.
Fernbank Dinosaur Egg Hunt
If you are looking for a little something more than the traditional Easter egg hunt then Fernbank in Atlanta is the place for you. This will be Fernbanks 5th annual dinosaur egg hunt. Fernbank and Radio Disney are teaming up again to put on their dinosaur egg hunt. There will be events and games offered along with some surprises. Fernbank puts a great twist to the normal Easter egg hunt actives.
Easter Sunrise Service at Stone Mountain
Stone Mountain Park and recreation provides a service that is non-denominational on top of Stone Mountain. Witness the sunrise over the horizon from atop the mountain with you friends and loved ones. The event starts at 7:00am and park gates will open at 4:00am. This is a great way for you and your loved ones to experience the fellowship of Easter.
Resurrection Parade to Centennial Park
This will be the 7th year of the parade to Centennial Park. All denominations are welcome to walk in the parade to the park. The Resurrection Parade is a three-day event with the first two days holding prayer Rallies and the final 3rd day hosting the 25-mile walk to Centennial Park. Once at the park there will be a praise rally and speeches by spiritual leaders in the community.