8 Easter Events To Attend Around The Treasure Coast
If you haven’t made plans for Easter, better hop to it! The Treasure Coast has plenty of Easter offerings and we’ve rounded up eight ways to celebrate, from egg hunts to brunch to painting a personalized Easter egg.
Eggstravaganza at Whispering Pines Park
During the Eggstravaganza on March 31, there will be candy and 18,000 eggs spread over four baseball fields at Whispering Pines Park. Make sure to bring a basket to collect all your goodies and get ready to take pictures with the Easter Bunny, as he will be in attendance.
800 SW Darwin Blvd., Port Saint Lucie; 772.878.2277; cityofpsl.com
The Children’s Museum of the Treasure Coast
The fun and interactive Children’s Museum of the Treasure Coast will host an Easter Eggstravaganza with crafts, prizes, a petting zoo and the Easter Bunny. Admission includes the festivities and museum entrance so spend time enjoying the rest of the museum as well.
1707 NE Indian River Drive, Jensen Beach; 772.225.7575; childrensmuseumtc.org
Painting with a Twist
Let your creative juices flow as you paint an Easter egg at Painting with a Twist’s family day event on March 24. Family members are welcome to paint with their children and get twisted with wine and beer available for purchase.
3579 NW Federal Highway, Jensen Beach; 772.210.5305; paintingwithatwist.com/studio/stuart
Summer Crush Vineyard and Winery
It’s not fair that the kids get to have all the fun. Summer Crush Vineyard and Winery is hosting an adult egg hunt with prizes from candies and gifts to a few special gold eggs containing $100 value gift baskets on March 31. Enjoy post-hunt music by Steel Blossoms and enter the crazy Easter hat contest. On April 1, the vineyard and winery will serve brunch, including an omelette station, seafood bar and s’mores station.
4200 Johnston Road, Fort Pierce; 772.460.0500; summercrushwine.com
Have brunch at Kai-Kai Farm on March 31 with a buffet that features Seminole pumpkin and chicken sausage hash, herbed white polenta and three-cheese frittata. There will be face painting and an egg hunt for the children, along with live music and a Gourmet Galaxy wine tasting.
8006 SW Kanner Highway, Indiantown; 772.597.1717; kaismusicgarden.com
Join Westside Church for Easter weekend with services on Saturday and Sunday and Easter Palooza that features the biggest egg hunt on the Treasure Coast, with more than 25,000 eggs. Following the service on Saturday, families can enjoy tons of candy, games, prizes and food trucks.
3361 S. Jenkins Road, Fort Pierce; 772.461.7828; westsidechurch.life
Banyan 320 Kitchen and Bar
The downtown Stuart quaint kitchen and bar, which offers farm-to-table food, will be hosting Easter Brunch with special brunch entrees and pastries. It is opening an hour early for the special celebration.
320 SE Denver Ave., Stuart; 772.888.9014; facebook.com/banyan320
The Twisted Tuna
The family owned and operated waterfront The Twisted Tuna has a fun and diverse menu with the freshest seafood dishes, traditional Italian favorites and the finest sushi and raw bar selections. On Easter Sunday, it will offer a brunch buffet, along with free pictures with the Easter Bunny, who will be passing out eggs to kids. Live music will set the mood in the evening.
4290 SE Salerno Road, Stuart; 772.600.7239; thetwistedtuna.com