Easter is just around the corner (does that mean Spring will come to town?) and our Easter getaway to Ogunquit was just picked as a last minute deal by About.com – very cool!
And while you’re here check out our picks for Easter activities in Southern Maine:
Lunch with the Easter Bunny!
An ‘eggcellent’ lunch experience and open to all.
At 1pm, Peter Cottontail is hopping on through, hiding eggs and greeting the children. This part is free and open to all, no tickets needed. Rain date too -rabbit’s are picky about the weather!
Breakfast with the Easter Bunny!
Hop aboard the Cottontail Express and join the Easter Bunny for a breakfast date. Advance reservations required – contact the Kittery Community Center.
Easter Egg Decorating Night
Advance registration is suggested, but tickets can be purchased at the door. Bring as many hard boiled eggs as you can decorate and the rest will be there for your little picassos!
Join in the fun at Pine Tree Place for wonderful Easter events – balloons, egg hunt, face painting and more. Even $1 ice cream cones (it’s always ice cream time!). The event is free and open to all.
Old Fashioned Egg Hunt, Portsmouth, NH (about 15-20minutes)
Located at Langdon Park, across from City Hall on Junkins Ave – activities include face painting and a visit by the Easter Bunny. Eggs and prizes for all – there are two hunts, divided by age. Call the Portsmouth Rec center for more.
Easter Egg Extravaganza, Old Orchard Beach, ME (about 25 minutes)
Great fun for all ages! Featuring the arrival of the OOB Bunny, an egg hunt, carnival games, face painting and other fun activities. Located at the Loranger Middle School and free to the public.
Clay Hill Farm’s Easter Egg Hunt, Ogunquit, ME (this one is just up the street from the Meadowmere)
Join Clay Hill in celebrating Easter at their community Easter Egg Hunt. A free event for children 10 and under – Clay Hill Farm is a kid’s wonderland. Fairy houses and tons to explore.