Plan Your Easter Weekend: March 29 to April 1, 2018

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Saturday, March 31, 2018

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  • Bayou Bikers Ride at Market Square Park | FREE – Cruise around the city and along its bayous during this 25- to 40-mile bike ride with Bayou City Bikers. The ride begins Downtown at Market Square Park.  8am.
  • Easter at Hermann Park Start your Easter Sunday with a scenic breakfast at Pinewood Cafe, followed by an Easter egg hunt, a ride on the Hermann Park Railroad, and a pedal boat ride. $13. 8am to 10am.
  • East End Farmers Market | No Cover – Shop fresh fruits, veggies, and dairy products from seven local farms, along with other prepared foods and hand-crafted goods, at the East End Farmers Market on Navigation. 10am to 2pm.
  • Wonderland: An Egg-cellent Easter Celebration in Downtown – Playhouse on the Prairie, Conservatory, and Prohibition Theatre present an Easter morning family event, featuring with egg hunts every half hour from 10am to noon, carnival games, face-painting, performances of the one-hour performance of the interactive family musical Alice! based on Lewis Carrol’s classic books, and more. $20. 10am to 3pm.
  • Easter Sunday Brunch at Downtown Aquarium Head to Downtown Aquarium for a special buffet brunch of more than 40 different dishes. Kids can also take photos with the Easter Bunny and join an Easter egg hunt. 10am.
  • Easter Brunch Buffet at City Acre Brewing Co.Feast on a delicious brunch buffet of Easter ham, migas, eggs, waffles, creole eggplant, cinnamon rolls and more, all courtesy of Chef Rick from City Acre Brewing Co. Following brunch, check out the brewery’s spacious outdoor area featuring plenty of yard games and kids’ activities. Tickets start at $16.95. 11am.
  • Easter Celebration at Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier | No Cover – Spend Easter enjoying panoramic views of the coastline as Galveston hosts its annual Golden Easter Egg Hunt at Pleasure Pier. Noon to 4pm.
  • Crawfish Boil at Revelry on RichmondDitch the Easter brunch buffets and stuff your face with all-you-can-eat mudbugs during Revelry on Richmond’s weekly crawfish boil. Diners can also enjoy drink specials and patio games throughout the afternoon. 1pm.
  • Battle Station: Competitive Improv at Station TheaterFollow along as two expert improv teams are pit against one another in a no-holds-barred, cage-match style, head-to-head show at Station Theater. 8:30pm.

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