Bunny Sightings


The Easter Bunny hops into town this month, and if you are hoping to catch a glimpse of him, be sure to check out these exciting events with all your little bunnies. 

 

THROUGH APRIL 20

Easter Bunny Pictures. Mall of Louisiana through April 20. Reserve your place to skip the line and meet the Easter Bunny. 

malloflouisiana.com

 

APRIL 6

BREC’s Community Egg Hunt. BREC’s Zachary Community Park from 10 a.m.-noon. Recreational games, arts and crafts, a visit by the Easter Bunny, and an egg hunt for all ages. 

brec.org

 

Bunny Breakfast/Brunch. Java Mama with breakfast at 9 a.m. and brunch at 11:30 a.m. An Easter egg hunt will happen during each session. Cost is $7-25. 

facebook.com/javamamabr 

 

Easter Egg Hunt. The Gazebo, Zachary, from 10 a.m.-noon. Sponsored by the Zachary Charity League, the event will feature the Easter Bunny and characters, homemade bonnet costume, games, snacks, and the egg hunt. Cost is $10 for babies through age 10. zacharycharityleague.org

 

Spring Festival. Bayou Plaquemine Waterfront Park from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Breakfast with the Bunny, crafts, food, chili cookoff, line dancing, egg hunt, bunny photos, Belle Beauty Pageant, alligator races, cake walk, face painting, and jump house. (225) 687-316

APRIL 7

Bunny Hop Brunch. L’Auberge Hotel Ballroom at 10:30 a.m. Dress in your Easter best and don’t forget your basket. Annual Cystic Fibrosis Foundation event. Includes a style show. Tickets run $15-38. events.cff.org

 

Dunham Easter Egg Hunt. The Dunham School at 2 p.m. Age-divided egg hunts, food, kid-friendly swag, princesses, and kid-friendly activities. Tickets are $25. eventbrite.com 

 

Easter Egg Hunt. Rosedown Plantation State Historic Site, St. Francisville, at 2 p.m. Children can enjoy an afternoon of hunting for Easter eggs on the grounds and then play 19th century games. Prizes will be given out to children who find the Rosedown eggs. (877) 376-1867

 

 

APRIL 11

VIPS Eggs-Travaganza. BREC’s Magnolia Mound Plantation at 6 p.m. Adult Easter egg hunt with food, beverages, and music. Benefits Volunteers in Public Schools. Tickets are $30. eventbrite.com

 

APRIL 13

All Species Easter Parade. Mid City PetSmart from 3-4 p.m. Bring your favorite pet decked out in their Easter finery to participate in the parade. Each participant will receive a photo with the Easter Bunny. eventbrite.com

 

BREC’s Community Egg Hunt. BREC’s Forest Community Park from 10 a.m.-noon with recreational games, arts and crafts, a visit from the Easter Bunny, and the hunt. brec.org 

 

Easter Egg Hunt. Mall of Louisiana Children’s Play Area from 9-10:30 a.m. Tickets for children includes Hunt admission and a four count nugget kid’s meal from Chick-fil-A. Tickets are $6 for children only. Prizes awarded from Mall stores. eventbrite.com

 

Special Needs Eggstravaganza. Healing Place Church, Highland Campus, from 9 a.m.-noon. Free community event for persons with special needs and their families. healingplacechurch.org

 

APRIL 14

An Old Fashioned Easter Celebration. LSU Rural Life Museum from 1:30-4 p.m. Children ages two to eight will have the opportunity to enjoy customs associated with Easter, including egg dyeing, paquing, races and an Easter egg hunt. Admission is $5 per person. 

lsu.edu/rurallife

 

Easter Eggstravaganza. West Baton Rouge Museum, Port Allen, from 2-4 p.m. Along with the West Baton Rouge Parish Library, the museum will host an old-fashioned Easter Egg Hunt with crafts, games, face painting and a visit from the Easter Bunny. Free. westbatonrougemuseum.com

 

APRIL 19

Easter Eggstravaganza! Cortana Mall from 5-7 p.m. Egg hunt, face painting, balloon artist, DJ, dance party, games and prizes. 

cortanamall.com

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