The LaunchPad folks are at it again, this time with an Easter Egg Party for kids of all ages on Saturday, April 3 from 2pm-midnight. From their website: Little kids come early, big kids stay late. We'll have some juice and snacks for the little kids. BYOB for the big kids.
First Saturdays also return this weekend at the Brooklyn Museum, where you can design an embossed copper amulet with Egyptian symbols (in preparation for your work on the Easter Eggs, no doubt) and otherwise make merry to the strains of Egyptian-inspired funk.
Also, don't forget to swing by Lily & Fig today to complete your census form if you haven't done so already!
Update: The Brooklyn Botanical Garden's month of cherry blossoms, Hanami, gets started this weekend (and the weather, as of now, plans to cooperate). This brings me to one of my absolute favorite pieces of Brooklyn history: the BBG's cherry trees are nourished by topsoil from Ebbets Field.