What to do on Easter Weekend
Mar 28, 2013 04:39PM
● By Anonymous
Attempting to slow down father time for you, we are providing you some options to delay the start of April and enjoy the final moments of the first quarter of this year.
The Old Stein Inn, located in Mayo on Central Avenue, is hosting an Easter Sunday Brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Adults can enjoy their meals for $22. Meals for kids aged four to 12 are only $10 and kids under the age of four eat free. There, families can enjoy meals ranging from the Stein Benedict, made with a poached egg on fried Black Forest ham, sautéed spinach and a pretzel roll with mustard hollandaise to Gravlax, which consists of Inn cured salmon gravlax on pumpernickel with pickled red onion, fried capers, chopped egg and dill cream. The full menu can be found here.
Across the Bay Bridge, the city of Berlin is hosting its 18th Annual Spring Celebration at Stephen Decatur Park. On Saturday, thousands of people will come together to enjoy festivities suitable for all ages.
The event has grown over the years so more space was needed, according to Aaren Collins, Executive Director at the Berlin, Maryland Chamber of Commerce.
The day begins with a pancake breakfast with the Easter Bunny at Raynes Reef Restaurant at 8:30 a.m. Starting at 11 a.m., children can take part in workshops, Jolly Rogers rides, face painting, pony ridesand an Easter egg hunt. The day concludes with an Easter Bonnet and Mad Hatter Parade that begins at 3:00 p.m.
New this year will be the Egg Drop, where kids have five minutes to make a box entrapment packed with different materials containing an uncooked egg. From there, the kids will drop the egg from the top of the balcony.
What makes the Spring Celebration so special?
“The town,” Collins said. “The town and the atmosphere that we create with these events. We like for everyone to enjoy and spend their money on our merchants and keep our town thriving so we can have more of these.”
Read up on the event here.
All you animal lovers out there will get a treat out of attending the 2nd Annual Peeps-N-Pets Easter Eggstravaganza in Cambridge on Saturday. Hosted by Pet Threadz, a store devoted to pet clothing, accessories and supplies, the Peeps-N-Pets Eggstravaganza will have treats and prizes for a day dedicated to your furry friend.
Activites begin at 2 p.m. The event will take place at 322 Gay Street, just a half block from the Pet Threadz shop. Click here for more details.