Easter events ushering in spring throughout Livingston County

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One of the biggest events of the Easter season — the annual Marshmallow Drop & Moon Glow — takes place 7-9 p.m. Friday, April 15, at the Genoa Township Athletic Fields, 2911 Dorr Road, Howell.

In addition to being the biggest, the event is likely one of the most unique. It’s an evening, outdoor celebration of spring for kids up to 8, featuring a flyover by a helicopter that will drop thousands of marshmallows, followed by a night-time Easter egg hunt. Kids need to bring a sharp eye and their own flashlights.

Attendance is limited to 1,000 kids, so be sure to register soon. Click here.

Brinner with the Easter Bunny

All the popular Breakfast with the Easter Bunny are sold out, so the Howell Nature Center has added a Brinner with the Easter Bunny program. It begins at 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 26, and will feature breakfast for an early bird dinner, including sausage and all the trimmings. Children will get to visit with the Easter Bunny, receive a special gift, and enjoy an old-fashioned Easter egg hunt. Click here to register.

Kensington Metropark

Kensington Metropark in Brighton is hosting two fun events for kids this week:

The Fun on the Farm – Egg Hunt is set for 10 a.m. Thursday, April 2, at the Farm Center in Kensington Metropark. The event includes an egg scramble and a visit by the Easter Bunny. Cost is $5 per child.

The Great Egg Hunt at Maple Beach is set for 11 a.m. Saturday, April 4, at Maple Beach in Kensington Metropark. It includes an egg scramble, farm animal show and a visit by the Easter Bunny. Cost is $5 per person.


Photo from Howell Parks & Recreation

Do you have an event you’d like to add to the list of Easter activities? Email info@thelivingstonpost.com with all the details, including event name, location, time it starts and ends, and contact information.

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