Looking for a local Easter egg hunt for your children? Or an Easter parage, Easter brunch or breakfast or other Easter events in District of Columbia? Scroll down this page and you will see all of thoses in District of Columbia, sorted by county.
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Updates for February 2020
February: Easter Sunday will be April 12, 2020. Most Easter egg hunts
are being held on the Saturday a week before Easter,
or the day before Easter Sunday. ALWAYS click the links to check date and time with the event's own website, as there are often last minute cancellations, postponements or changes to locations due to weather (like heavy rains in the northeast) or logistical problems, just click on the link to the event's website and (in most cases), you want to click on the "events" link or "calendar" link on their website.
Or use their site search for "Easter". Do let them know you found them here, so
they will update us next year. Since many egg hunts do not publish the
current year's dates until the very last minute, or simply never respond to
email, we may not get their
current information, which is why we have links to their websites, facebook
pages and calendars. Besides egg hunts, there are also Easter breakfasts and brunches and
Easter parades to watch! RELATED:
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District of Columbia
Frederick Douglass National Historic Site National Park Service -
Easter egg hunt, The Easter bunny will make an appearance, Photos with the
Easter Bunny, Easter Festival, Childrens crafts, Children's music and
storytelling, Canceled in bad weather, FREE event, Bring a basket to collect
the eggs, Other activities, restrooms, porta-potties
1411 W Street SE,
Washington, DC 20020. Phone: (202) 426-5961. Event date and time: Based on last year's date, it SHOULD be held on Saturday, April 11, 2020 (but be sure to check on their website or call them first as may have changed), from 10am to 1pm. Directions:
Click here for a map and directions. Payment: FREE. Celebrate the
lasting legacy of Frederick Douglass's at the National Park Service's
annual Easter Egg Hunt. The event will take place on Saturday, April 20,
2019 from 10 am to 1 pm at Frederick Douglass National Historic Site in
historic Anacostia, Washington D.C. At this FREE community event, children
ages 0-12 will hunt for Easter eggs, take pictures with the Easter bunny,
play games on the lawn of Cedar Hill, and experience the power of place with
ranger led tours of Douglass's historic home. Join in the fun with arts
and crafts lead by local community organizations Konsider Dis and EYL 365
Project. Get your face painted. Then enjoy story time with Dr. Kelsi
Bracmort, author of Simone Visits the Museum and DC native, and get your
book signed! Parking will be difficult on this date. Please opt for public
transportation when possible.
Click here for our Facebook page. . (ADDED: April 14, 2019)
National Zoo's Easter Monday Celebration - Easter egg hunt
3001 Connecticut Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20008. Phone: 202-633-4888. Event
date and time: Easter Monday, from 10 am to 2 pm. Free and
open to the public.Families are invited to enjoy egg hunts, live music, food
trucks and games while discovering how they can help save species. This free
event includes hands-on learning opportunities featuring Smithsonian
conservation success stories, special animal demonstrations, keeper talks,
and meet and greets with scientists and conservation partners working to
protect wildlife around the world.
This event will be held rain or shine. Please be advised the Zoo enhances
security during high visitation days and guests may experience bag checks at
a minimum. You can get to the Zoo by taking public transportation and driving.Free and
open to the public! Easter Monday Kids. Please note: The Zoo is a popular destination, and
lots fill early in the day during spring break and summer, so we encourage
you to take the Metro. We are located in a city, and there is not a lot of
street parking in the neighborhood.
White House Easter Egg Roll - Easter egg roll
White House,1600 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, Washington, DC. Phone: 202-456-7041. Event date and time: Easter Monday, from 8 am to 5 pm.
First Lady Melania Trump will host the 140th annual Easter Egg Roll on the
South Lawn of the White House! The White House Easter Egg Roll is a timeless
tradition that dates back to 1878 under the Administration of President
Rutherford B. Hayes. President Donald J. Trump and the First Lady are
honored to continue the traditions of the past while weaving new traditions
into the fabric of our Nation. The ticket lottery for the White House Easter
Egg Roll is now closed. For more information, please visit recreation.gov.
Winners of the ticket lottery will be notified via email no later than first
Monday in March. As in past years, the White House will
also select volunteers for the Egg Roll through an online application. . If selected, you will be notified
via email... Please visit
www.recreation.gov for more details.
National Community Church Easter Eggstravaganza - Capital Hill -
Easter egg hunt
Lincoln Park, East Capital Street, Washington DC 20003.
Phone: 202-544-0414. Email:
email@example.com. Event date and time: Based on last year's date, it SHOULD be held on Saturday, April 11, 2020 (but be sure to check on their website or call them first as may have changed) from 12 pm to 3 pm. Directions:
between 11th and 13th Streets along East Capitol Street. The 18th Annual
Capitol Hill Eggstravaganza is a great time for family fun with an Easter
Bunny, a DJ, 10 Easter Egg hunts with 20,000 eggs, a petting zoo, games,
face painting, and more! Everything is FREE! No registration is necessary. Directions:
between 11th and 13th Streets along East Capitol Street. One of the most
EGGciting Easter events in the area, this is a time for kids and families to
come out and enjoy a fun-filled event.
National Community Church Easter Eggstravaganza - Langdon Park -
Easter egg hunt
2901 20th St NE, Washington, DC 20018. Phone: 202-544-0414. Email:
Event date and time: Based on last year's date, it SHOULD be held on Saturday, April 11, 2020 (but be sure to check on their website or call them first as may have changed) from 12 pm to 2 pm. Register on their website. Egg hunt! Games!
Sports! Inflatable obstacle course! Come join in some community fun Easter
Please register here.
- Parish of St. James and St. Monica Easter Service
and Easter Egg Hunt -
222 Eighth Street, NE, Washington, DC. Event date and time: Sunday, Ask at the church for this
come for the 10 AM service and then stay for the Easter Egg hunt
- St. Peter’s Catholic Church’s Easter Service and
Easter Egg Hunt - Easter egg hunt
313 2nd Street, SE, Washington, DC.
Event date and time: Sunday, Ask at the church
for this year's date; Come for
the 11 AM service and then stay for the Easter Egg hunt
Tacoma Park Library Eggstravaganza - Easter egg
416 Cedar St. N.W., Washington, DC 20012. Email:
firstname.lastname@example.org. Phone: 202-576-7252. Event date and time:
Tuesday, see their website for the date,11 am. It's
time for our annual Eggstravaganza! Join the egg hunt on the
front lawn and make a bunny craft. Hear springtime stories
and play games. For ages birth-12 and families. The NE Library annual “Eggstravaganza”
featuring arts and crafts, story time and an egg hunt -
inside or outside depending on the weather. The children’s
staff always has a lot of fun with this event. As usual, the
Easter Bunny himself will make an appearance. For more
information, call the library and ask to speak with the
Tregaron Conservancy Annual Easter Egg Hunt -
Easter egg hunt
Tregaron Conservancy, 3031 Klingle Road
NW, Washington DC 20008. Email:
email@example.com. Event date and time: Based on last year's date, it SHOULD be held on Saturday, April 11, 2020 (but be sure to check on their website or call them first as may have changed), from 10 am to 11:30 am. Cost: Free.
Join us to celebrate the arrival of spring at our annual
Easter Egg Hunt! We will gather by the Lily Pond at 10:00
a.m. sharp. Thousands of candy-filled eggs will be hidden
throughout the Conservancy. We will set up a separate
hunting area for children under five. Bring a bag or basket
for collecting eggs. Feel free to bring a blanket and picnic
to enjoy after the hunt! This is a free event. Donations, in
any amount, at the event or online, to support our free,
year-round community programs will be gratefully accepted. RSVPs are appreciated by email noting the size of your
Tutor Place Eggstravaganza - Easter Egg Hunt,
Egg Roll, photos with the Easter Bunny,
1644 31st Street NW, Washington, DC.
Phone: 202-965-0400. Email:
Event date and time: Multiple dates, see their website for details, from
starting Saturday, April 13, 2019, and usualy
also on the next Friday and Satrurday (right before Esaster) from 10am to
12 pm. Book early, they always sell out. Member child: $7, Non-member child: $10, Accompanying
adult: $5. Rolling green lawns, bobbing spring blooms and
the elegant mansion on a hill serve as backdrop for this
festive annual attraction. Join the Easter Bunny as children
of all ages enjoy an Egg Hunt (at 10:30 a.m.) and thrilling
Egg Roll Contest (at 10:45) down the grand South Lawn.
Ongoing activities include decorating bunny masks and
playing games from the past. Bring your camera! Self-guided
tours of Tudor Place’s 5½ acres of glorious gardens are also
available. For all ages. Each child should bring a basket,
spoon, and one hard-boiled egg. For more information on this
or any Tudor Place program, contact us. (ADDED: February 44, 2014, from their
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