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2017 Easter Egg Hunts & Events in San Francisco and on the Peninsula

Break out the pastel dresses and baby-sized bow ties! Easter will be here soon. Here’s your line up of fun Easter events taking place in San Francisco and on the Peninsula. Curious what else is going on in the city in April? Check out our list of other fun April events here

 

SAN FRANCISCO

March 31st, April 15th 

Stonestown Galleria Photos with the Easter Bunny: Reserve a time in advance or walk in to get your photos with the Easter Bunny.  Monday – Saturday, 11am-8pm; Sunday, 12pm-6pm. Check website for extended hours closer to the holiday.

Saturday, April 8th 

Main Street Mamas Bunny Hop, Mountain Lake Park: Bring the family for great food, drinks, music, lawn games and two egg hunts. 10:00 AM-2:00 PM. $20/ family.

Mission YMCA Egg Hunt, Crocker Amazon Athletic Fields:  Join in on this community egg hunt hosted by the Mission Y. 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM. Free. 

Doggie Egg Hunt, Old Speedway Meadow. Enjoy finger foods, local vendors and photo ops with the Easter Bunny while your dogs sniff out eggs filled with treats and valuable prizes. 12:00 PM check-in. Kids and dogs are free. All proceeds go to Family Dog Rescue.

Sunday, April 9th 

Magnolia Brewing Company’s Beer, BBQ and DIY Easter Craft Stations, Dogpatch:  The brewery is hosting it’s first kid-friendly event with admission covering the bbq, beer and crafts! Kids under 3 years old are free. 12:00pm-3:00pm

Friday, April 14th 

Spring Egg Hunt, Pier 39: Go to the West Park at the Pier for two giant egg hunts in celebration of the pier’s 39th anniversary celebration. 4:00-6:00pm 

Saturday, April 15th 

Golden Gate Park Eggstravaganza:  A family event with egg hunts, carnival rides, games, live entertainment, kids activities, and a BBQ competition at Sharon Meadow. 11am-3pm

Easter Festival at Ghirardelli SquareFace painting, chocolate, and the Easter Bunny from 12:00-4:00 PM. Free.

Noe Valley Egg Hunt, Douglas Park: This annual neighborhood egg hunt is perfect for little ones. Live music and raffles round out the fun. 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Egg hunts at 10:15 & 11:15 AM. Free. 

SF Zoo’s Big Bunny’s Spring Fling: Includes crafts, an egg hunt, bunnies in the Exploration Zone, and an Easter bunny. Check website for time slot of your child(ren)’s egg hunt. 10:45 AM -12:45 PM. Price of admission. 

Sunday, April 16th

Easter Parade and Spring Festival:  On Union Street between Gough and Fillmore St. There will be kids’ games, bounce houses, a petting zoo, and an Easter bonnet contest, from 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM, with a parade at 2:00 PM. Free.

SF Zoo’s Big Bunny’s Spring Fling: Includes crafts, an egg hunt, bunnies in the Exploration Zone, and an Easter bunny. Check website for time slot of your child(ren)’s egg hunt. 10:45 AM -12:45 PM. Price of admission. 

St. Mark’s Church Easter Egg Hunt, 1111 O’Farrell:  St. Mark’s Lutheran Church is hosting a free Easter egg hunt for all children., from 10:15 – 11:00 AM. Free.

PENINSULA

March 30 – April 16th

Stanford Shopping Center Photos with the Easter Bunny: Commemorate the holiday by visiting the Easter Bunny. Hours vary by day, with extended hours as the holiday nears. 

Saturday, April 8th

South San Francisco Easter Egg Hunt:  In Orange Memorial Park, Picnic Shelter. Children 8 years old and younger can hunt for hundreds of eggs in age-specified hunting zones. 9:00 AM. Free.

San Bruno Pancake Breakfast and Egg Hunt:  In City Park, begin with an All You Can Eat pancake breakfast, from 9-11AM, followed by egg hunts for ages 1-8 years old, divided by age group. $6/adult, $4/12 years old and under.

Doggie Egg Hunt:  At Red Morton Community Park, Redwood City. Enjoy finger foods, local vendors and photo ops with the Easter Bunny while your dogs sniff out eggs filled with treats and valuable prizes. 12:00 PM check-in. Kids and dogs are free. All proceeds go to Family Dog Rescue.

Sunday, April 9th

Palo Alto Gamble Garden Easter Egg Hunt:  Children will enjoy a petting zoo, arts and crafts and light refreshments in addition to the egg hunt. Reserve 9:30, 11:00, or 12:30 time slot. Sells out quickly!

Saturday, April 15th 

Atherton Easter Egg Hunt:  Hunter-Palmer Park will host an egg hunt, from 9:30 AM – 12:00 PM.  Free.

Belmont Egg Adventure Hunt:  Twin Pines Park, for ages 3-10.  Bring your Easter basket and take pictures with the Easter Bunny. Hunt begins at 10:00 AM. Free.

Burlingame Pancake Breakfast and Egg Hunt:  At the Burlingame Lions Hall. Pancake breakfast begins at 8:00 AM, followed by egg hunts by age group. Toddler egg hunt at 9:00 AM. Stick around for music and face painting! Free egg hunts and face painting.

Campbell Bunnies and Bonnets Parade:  Grab your seat along E. Campbell Ave. to watch the parade at 12:00 PM. Free.

Cupertino Big Bunny 5K:  At the Cupertino Civic Center for ages 7 years old and up. Parents can run with strollers. Kids Fun Race begins before the 5K at 9:30 AM for children 7 years old and under. 

Los Altos Spring Egg Hunt: At Hillview Park, egg hunt for ages 10 and under and a visit from the Easter Bunny. 9:30 AM. Egg hunts begin at 10:00 AM. Free.

Menlo Park Egg Hunts:  At Burgess Park and Kelly Park. Egg hunts and fun activities for children 8 and under, from 10:00 AM -12:00 PM. Free.

San Carlos Easter Bunny Arrives by Helicopter:  At the Hiller Aviation Museum, the Easter Bunny arrives by helicopter at 11:00 AM. Entertain the kids with a bouncy house, face painting and model train display, from 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM. Price of admission.

San Mateo Eggstravaganza:  In Central Park, family fun from 9:00 AM- 1:00 PM, including a pancake breakfast, Easter egg hunts, parade and entertainment.  Mostly free. Tickets required for breakfast and egg hunt for ages 4-9 years old.

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