Free Easter Events in Phoenix

Kelly PottsApril 19, 2019
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Hop on down, the Easter Bunny is in town! To ensure you have an eggs-tra special Easter, we’ve rounded up some of the best Easter events in Phoenix. And, because we are looking on the sunny side of this hoppy holiday, all of these events are free.

Maricopa Easter Egg Hunt

When: April 19, 5 – 10 p.m.

What: Kids will have the chance to hunt for eggs, play carnival games, meet the Easter Bunny, and much more at one of Maricopa’s largest egg hunts.

Dolly Sanchez Memorial Easter Egg Hunt

When: April 20, 8 a.m. – noon

What: Celebrate Easter and the spring season with candy hunts (1050 lbs of candy!), petting zoo, crafts, entertainment, pony rides, face painting, a balloon artist, inflatables, carnival games and more. The Cove, the sports complex’s interactive playground for kids, will be open. In addition, the Easter Bunny will be available for photos. Admission and parking are free when you bring canned food.

City of Chandler’s Family Easter Celebration

When: April 20, 9 a.m. – noon

What: Hip Hop Hooray Easter is on the way! No-bunny does Easter quite like Chandler’s Family Easter Celebration. This free, family-friendly event features over 12,000 eggs and four scheduled egg hunts for kids up to nine years of age. The morning will also be hopping with Easter crafts, face painting, interactive amusement, musical performances and more. While admission is free, there are some fees for activities and food.

The Great Egg Hunt & Family Fair

When: April 20, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

What: Visit Odysea in the Desert for an Easter Egg Hunt and some prehistoric fun. There will be a live DJ, a special appearance by Dino Bunny, courtesy Pangaea Land of the Dinosaurs. Bounce houses, slides, face painting, coloring contest and crafts will also be available for a hopping good time!

Have an egg-cellent Easter.

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