Mar 28, 2024 - Things to Do

D.C. Easter weekend: Brunch, kite festival and egg hunts

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This weekend in D.C., check out an Easter brunch at Teddy & The Bully Bar, the Blossom Kite Festival, a conversation with Larry David and more.

1. 🌸 Celebrate Easter

Easter is Sunday and the city is hoppin' with events to celebrate.

State of play: Whether you want to brunch with your friends or go egg hunting with your family, there is something for everyone.

Here are three events to check out:

🌞 Easter Sunrise Service: Watch the sunrise, take in the city view and enjoy an Easter church service 6:30am Sunday at the Lincoln Memorial. Free. Livestream the service here.

πŸ‘ͺ Family Funday: Bring your basket to an Easter egg hunt at Metrobar and a story time to celebrate Black children's book authors, noon–5pm Saturday. The egg hunt begins at 2:30pm. Tickets are $5.

  • Grace Covenant Church of D.C. will have a free egg hunt 8–11am Saturday.

🍳 Easter Brunch: Meet the Easter Bunny and enjoy waffles, omelets, an ice cream sundae bar, a carving station and more at a buffet-style brunch, 10am–4pm Sunday at Teddy & The Bully Bar. Adults are $74 and children 12 and under are $32. View full brunch menu here.

More things to do in D.C. this weekend

πŸͺ Blossom Kite Festival

  • Fly a kite and enjoy music and showcases from local performers, including Japanese Edo kites and traditional drumming. Free.

πŸ˜‚ A Conversation With Larry David

  • Hear from the comedian and writer of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" and "Seinfeld" 7:30pm Friday at The Anthem. Doors open at 6pm and the show is for ages 16+. Tickets start at $125.

πŸŽ›οΈ Steve Aoki at Echostage

  • Jam out to an electronic dance concert by the Grammy-nominated artist 9pm Friday at Echostage. This event is for ages 18+. Tickets start at $70.

πŸ‘— Women's History Costume Party

  • Put on your best historic costume, listen to DJs, visit the museum's newest exhibit and play bingo 6-8pm at the DAR Museum. This event is for ages 21+. Tickets are $45.

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