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Get Out: Five Ideas for Your Weekend

Hunt for elusive eggs, shop for Nib Nobs and plant a tree for Earth Day this weekend.

With both Easter and Earth Day this weekend, there are a lot of opportunities to have fun. Just make sure you find all of those eggs; there’s nothing fun about finding a little pastel-colored egg way up on a high shelf sometime in November.

This weekend you can plant trees and flowers for Earth Day, buy some delicious Nib Nobs the Easter Bunny would surely approve of and of course, hunt for that special “Golden Egg."

Our goal is to make the Get Out planner as reliable as possible, but keep in mind, some events change at the last minute. We advise calling ahead just in case.

When/Where: Hours vary at and

Why Go: Why not plant a special tree or some bright flowers for Earth Day? Armstrong’s and the Rainbow Garden Nursery have an amazing selection.

Pricing: Varies

When: 2 p.m.-6 p.m. Monday and 11 a.m.-6p.m. Tuesday-Saturday

Why Go: This seems like a place the Easter bunny would like. Shop for old-fashioned handmade candies, gourmet caramel apples and those famous, yummy cake truffles known as

Pricing: Varies

When/Where: 6 p.m.-8 p.m. this Friday at

Why Go: All our welcome at this fun event featuring pizza, Bible stories, crafts, and an Easter egg hunt. Please send an RSVP t0 Carol@UMCGlendora.org if you would like to attend.

Pricing: Please bring a couple of dollars for pizza

4. SPRING EGG HUNTS

When/Where: 9 a.m.-11 a.m. this Saturday atand.

Why Go: Kids ages 10 and younger are invited to hunt eggs; they will be divided into age groups to make the hunting as fair as possible. Face painters and balloon artists will also be on hand. There will be special prizes for finding “The Golden Egg.” The event begins at 9 a.m. and the egg hunt begins at 10 a.m.

Pricing: Free

When: 9:30 a.m-2 p.m. this Sunday  

Why Go: Easter brunch will have all the great features of the usual Sunday brunch at Eddie’s including breakfast calzones, omelets, fresh fruit, bacon and potatoes plus various pastas, salmon, a festive chocolate fountain, prime rib and more.

Pricing: $21.95 per person

The Easter Bunny sure is cute and furry, but do you know who else is? Toto, our Rescue Pet of the Week.

Did we miss anything? If so, please share your best ideas and tips for the weekend in our comment box below.

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