For more information, call 485-8855.
Battleship Easter Egg Hunt Carnival
Hippity Hoppity down the battleship trail for a fun spring event with continuous games and egg hunts every 20 minutes. A petting zoo will also be on hand with the cutest little chicks around. Make sure to bring your camera and take pictures with Buddy the Battleship Bunny. Offered new this year is a slower paced hunt area for kids who need a less stressful environment or for children with special needs who choose a slower paced environment.
Admission for the Easter Egg Hunt Carnival only $5 per person, kids 2 and under are free.
Downtown Venue: Shag
There will be Shag lessons and demonstrations. Classic Soul 321 Hay Street, Parkview Office.
Cape fear heroes
History of Fayetteville’s Jewish Community
From 9:30 to 11:45 a.m., there will be an Easter Egg Scramble for kids 10 and under. The Easter Egg Scramble has been divided into two scrambles for each of the five age groups. For more information, visit www.asomf.org.
Car, Truck and Bike Show
Fayetteville Farmers Market
Poe Pottery Exhibit
Learn about the man who shaped the downtown landscape with his bricks and solidified his name in history with pottery. This exhibit will run through April 20.
Cumberland storytelling festival: The Cumberland County Storytelling Festival is a free, county-wide event through Saturday.For information, www.cumberland.lib.nc.us/.
For more information, visit, www.fcpr.us/transportation_museum.aspx.
For more information, visit www.methodist.edu/easterjam/.
Spring for SIDS