Things To Do This Easter Weekend

BROOKLYN — Easter is upon us and here are some free and paid events happening this weekend. You’ll be digging for chocolate, eggs, and plastic ovals filled with goodies.   In the meantime, find out what eggs have to do with Easter, anyway.

Bedford Stuyvesant

First Quincy Community Garden hosts an Easter Egg Hunt this Easter! Please bring 10 plastic eggs filled with goodies (nut-free) per child that is participating. Someone will be in the garden at 12:30 p.m. to start hiding the eggs. The event starts at 1:30 pm.

For questions on this event, please contact, Ana Divinagracia at (646) 644-3439 or at

East Flatbush

Join Jumaane Williams for a community Easter Egg Hunt at the Wycoff House Museum. Hunt for Easter eggs, get your face painted and meet the Easter bunny while enjoying music games and refreshments.

This event on April 20 from 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm is free.
Location: 5816 Clarendon Rd.

Wyckoff House Museum (Photo credit: NYC Parks Department)
Wyckoff House Museum (Photo credit: NYC Parks Department)


Hunt 10,000 chocolate eggs on April 20 between 11:00 am and 2:00 pm at the C3 NYC Easter Festival. Enjoy a Live DJ, plus arts and craft at 90 Kent Ave. in Williamsburg

This event is free. Get tickets here.

Crown Heights

Bring the kids to this Easter-themed paint event. There will be bunny bites, face painting, games, music, and Easter items for the kids to take home. All paint supplies will be provided. An instructor will guide the children step-by-step on creating their Easter masterpiece.

Location: 1454 Saint John’s Pl. Price of admission is $35. Get tickets here.

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Kadia Goba

Former Politics Reporter for Bklyner, covering Brooklyn politics and Crown Heights/PLG/Bed Stuy. @kadiagoba


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