Weekend at a Glance: April 18-21

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Weekend at a Glance


Easter is in full swing with all these outdoor events for the whole family

By Parrish Alto
Grab your baskets for the Orange County Community Egg Hunt, with crafts, games, food, prizes and inflatables for a family-friendly afternoon. Eggs are hidden in River Park for three age groups ranging from 2-10. Photo by Mackenzie Brough-Props


Don’t miss this egg-citing Orange County Community Egg Hunt where kids ages 2-10 will look for hidden eggs throughout River Park. Plus, there will be a visit from the Easter Bunny, crafts, inflatables and face painting.


Laugh along to “Tigers Be Still,” a comedy show that follows the misadventures of Sherry Wickman, a young woman who has recently earned her master’s in art therapy only to find herself moving back home. This performance at the Earl & Rhoda Wynn Theater is presented by One Song Productions, a local youth-run theatre organization.


Join chefs, brewers, restaurant owners and community members from around the Triangle for a Beer Garden Block Party at CrossTies Bistro & Beer Garden. More than 20 local restaurants and breweries from around the Triangle will donate food, drinks and prizes. All proceeds from the event will directly assist The Eddy Pub Chef Isaiah Allen and his family with medical bills after he was diagnosed with Guillain-Barré Syndrome diagnosis this winter.


Catch the last performance of “How I Learned to Drive” at the Paul Green Theatre. This Pulitzer Prize-winning play speaks to modern issues of sexual abuse and the #MeToo movement.

Other Picks:

Catherine French Design Presents Konmari Consultant Holly Bourne, Thursday, Southern Village

Easter Brunch Cooking Class, Thursday, Southern Season

Easter Egg Hunt Playgroup, Friday, Southern Village

UNC Baseball v. Boston College, Friday-Sunday, Boshamer Stadium

Easter Bunny Breakfast, Saturday, The Carolina Inn

Community Easter Egg Hunt, Saturday, Burwell School Historic Site

Hillsborough Police Department & Top Dog Easter Egg Hunt, Saturday, Gold Park

Breakfast with the Bunny, Saturday, Maple View Farm

Carsie Blanton, Saturday, Cat’s Cradle – Back Room

Easter Egg Hunt & Costume Contest For Dogs, Saturday, River Park

Easter Brunch in Chapel Hill, Sunday, The Carolina Inn

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