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EventCrazy Staff Picks of the Week 03/29/2015

By: Maria King
Date: March 29, 2015
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Events are the life blood of a society. They are occasions that gather people together united in a common theme, cause or celebration. Events bring people together to pay tribute to their heroes, to raise awareness of a cause or to witness history in the making. Events can be as simple as a child's kindergarten graduation or as dramatic as the Super Bowl. It doesn't matter what your preference is or even if it is constantly evolving. What does matter is that you are "experiencing" something that will give you great satisfaction and a lifetime of memories.

This list represents the EventCrazy staff choices of the events for the week. If you live nearby, any of these would be an excellent way to spend your weekend. If it is not geographically possible, you are encouraged to search the site for the personal experience that is just right for you. We hope that you find EventCrazy to be an excellent tool as you search for ways to create your own lifelong memories each and every week.

Apr 03, 2015 - Apr 05, 2015
Since 1995, features 200 fine artists, 20 commercial exhibitors selling their wares, 20 restaurants serving a wide variety of food and beverage, pet parade, a mosaic of visual artists, continuous musical entertainment on five stages, an expose of wild and entertaining Art Cars, street performers and other surprises. Takes place along Main Street, Between Good Latimer and Hall Streets.
100,000+ Attendees
Mar 31, 2015 - Apr 05, 2015
Since 1956, features entertainment for the entire family including concerts, 4H and FFA exhibits, commercial vendors selling their wares, demolition derby, carnival, livestock show and auction.
230,000 Attendees
Mar 29, 2015 - Apr 04, 2015
Since 1980, 2 seafood festivals, fair with marine life, music, entertainment, regatta, billfish tournament, plus 24 other events. Ocean related events held each weekend throughout Broward county.
300,000 Attendees
Apr 03, 2015 - Apr 05, 2015
Since 1964, family fun and entertainment, as well as competitive surfing events with long board and short board competitions for ages six to sixty. Festival village features ethnic food, souvenirs and musical concerts. Some activities held at Cocoa Beach Pier.
100,000 Attendees
Apr 05, 2015
The Easter Fashion Promenade is held in front of the music pier, Moorly Terrace and Boardwalk. Participants are encouraged to wear their Easter’s best to stroll on the promenade and to meet the Easter Bunny. There will be categories and prizes for all ages. The Easter Bunny will be there to pose for photos and to give out chocolate Easter bunnies to the kids. Judging for the event begins at 1:00 p.m. The Ocean City Easter Parade and Promenade is sponsored by the Ocean City Regional Chamber of Commerce.
Apr 04, 2015
Hop, skip and jump over to our annual egg hunt with over 50,000 eggs! First 500 children receive a free pair of bunny ears. Free Admission. Prizes and children's arts and crafts plus a special visit with Peter Rabbit and more! ALSO HELD at Pines Recreation Center and Pembroke Shores Park. EGG HUNTS BEGIN PROMPTLY AT 9AM
5,000 Attendees
Apr 05, 2015
Easter on Parade, the beloved Richmond tradition that showcases attendees “parading” up and down scenic Monument Avenue, continues this year. on the blocks between Allen and Davis Avenues. Each year more than 25,000 people converge upon the four-block site to celebrate the arrival of spring and the beauty of Monument Avenue, taking this once-a-year opportunity to stroll in the streets. Music, arts, crafts, children’s activities, food, balloon artistry, a petting zoo, and of course, people and pet watching are all part of the celebration. This is a parade of Richmonders. Admission is free. The highlight of the event promises to be the ever-popular Pet Bonnet and People Bonnet Showcases, held at 3 p.m. and 4 p.m., respectively, on the Zayde R. Dotts Main Stage at Allen Avenue.
25,000 Attendees
Apr 05, 2015
Since 1992 gourmet food booths, live entertainment on two stages, a large family adventure area with children's activities including a petting zoo, face painting and pony rides. The parade will feature marching bands, balloons and many participants. Parade is at 2pm. Judging for the Easter Bonnet Contest occurs at the judging booth on Union Street at Buchanan from 11:15 - 1:30. Categories include Best in Show, Best Couple, Best Family, Best Pet, Best Children, Best Merchant, Most Elegant, Largest Hat, Most Comical, and Most Creative. The awards are given at 3:30 PM on the Main Stage at Buchanan.
50,000 Attendees
Mar 27, 2015 - Apr 12, 2015
Since 2010. Within the pristine white walls of a contemporary art museum that overlooks Lake Michigan, the Racine Art Museum presents an untraditional exhibition showcasing fluffy, sugar-coated marshmallow PEEPS®. All entries will be judged by an expert panel, based on creativity and best use or representation of PEEPS®. Prizes are awarded in both adult and children's categories. The featured Dr. PEEPS display is from Ann Burke in felt, clay, wood and paint.
Apr 02, 2015 - Apr 05, 2015
Started in the 1850's, featuring around 3,000 dealers. Start your shopping spree just past the Log Cabin (near your parking area). You will experience the "unreserved" section where you will find a heavy concentration of "just about anything in the world" including antiques and collectibles. This market is held Thursday through Sunday before the first Monday of the month, year round.
100,000 Attendees
Apr 05, 2015
Since 1958. This is a decades old parade of horse carriages and hats on Easter Sunday. Included this year is the Adjutant General of the Florida National Guard riding in a Humvee. Features marching bands, floats, drill teams, clowns, the Easter Bunny, and the Royal Family. The parade begins at 3 p.m. at the Old Jail to the Castillo de San Marcos and on through downtowns streets of St. Augustine. The parade lasts approximately 1.5 hours. Trophies will be presented in four categories.
Apr 05, 2015
Copper’s Easter Egg Hunt has increased from 50,000 to 65,000 eggs! New this year, 15,000 eggs are plant-based biodegradable. As part of the reduce, reuse, recycle movement, Copper encourages participants to turn empty eggs back in to be re-loaded for reuse in future years. Hallmark will provide a small prize to the first 400 kids who recycle their eggs. There are different hunts for kids of all ages from 3 and under in Copper’s Center Village to adults in an on-mountain hunt to include the resort’s Sherpa app. Easter Egg Hunt Timeline •8:30am - Sherpa hunt begins on the hill. Download Sherpa before you arrive •9:00am - 3 years and under egg hunt in West Lake Ally •9:30am - 4-6 year olds hunt around the Climbing Wall in Center Village •10:00am - 7-11 year old hunt around West Lake •12:00pm - Noon Groomer hunt •9:00am - 2:00pm - Prize redemption and recycling center open at West Lake overlook
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