It’s Easter Weekend!
Do you have big plans to spend the weekend with family and friends and enjoy the best of spring? There’s a lot going on around our city beautiful to get you in the holiday spirit, and Toyota of Orlando is here to share some of them with you. Check it out – whether you want to hunt for Easter eggs, check out a sunrise service, or get your hands on an delicious Easter brunch or dinner, we’re here to help you find a way!
Winter Park Easter Egg Hunt: Ready to go on the hunt? The 62nd Annual Easter Egg Hunt is taking place this Saturday, March 25! Kids up to the age of 10 can participate, and the line-up starts at 9:30am. The hunt kicks off at 10:00am, and there will be over 10,000 eggs hidden throughout Central Park! There’s also a designated candy area, and kids should remember to bring their Easter basket to collect the eggs. This fun Orlando event will take place at Central Park West Meadow in downtown Winter Park!
SeaWorld Orlando Sunrise Service: Sunrise service is a big part of some people’s Easter celebrations, so why not head out to SeaWorld and catch a beautiful morning celebration? Z88.3 will be putting on the 39th Annual Easter Sunrise Service this Sunday, March 27, at SeaWorld’s Bayside Stadium. Doors will be wide open at 5:30am, and the service kicks off at 6:20am so you can catch the spectacular sunrise during worship. Aaron Shust, a Z88.3 artist, will be leading the service, alongside Dr. Joel C. Hunter, senior pastor from Northland Church! The view is bound to be spectacular, so don’t miss out!
310 Lakeside Easter Brunch and Dinner: Want to spend Easter having a delicious meal with family and friends? Why not head over to 310 Lakeside for either (or both!)? You’ll be able to sample delectable foods and have a great view of Lake Eola (and you can take a stroll to walk off those pancakes afterward). 310 Lakeside will be offering their normal menu, which includes items like Tenderloin Benedict, Smoked Salmon Omelet, and 310 French Toast, as well as dinner items like Filet Mignon, Mahi, Linguine with Clams, and Stuffed Chicken Asiago. However, there will also be Chef’s Specials up for grabs, which you’ll have to find out when you visit! Whether you’re needing Easter brunch sustenance after a strenuous Easter Egg Hunt or want to have a nice dinner to wrap up the day, this is the place to do it!
And don’t forget, it you’re not in the mood to celebrate the holiday, you can always check out fun springtime events like the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival, Mardi Gras at Universal Studios, and Viva La Musica at SeaWorld Orlando for fun, food, and family time!
Have a fantastic Easter weekend from our family to yours – no matter how you celebrate the house, be sure to stay safe on the roads! Happy Easter, Orlando!