Easter Events in Queens NY

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Here is an updated list of Easter events in Queens happening this year. Looking for other things to do this week? Check out Free Things to Do Over Spring Break in Queens.

3rd Annual Astoria Easter Egg Hunt 
Join the Easter bunny and Astoria community in this kid friendly egg hunt. It happens on both sides of Astoria making it convenient for everyone in the neighborhood.
Neighborhood: Astoria
When: Saturday April 19th from 10AM-12PM
Where: Two Locations – Astoria Park (Ditmars/19th Street)- Astoria Heights Playground (45th Street/30th Road)
Cost: Free

Easter Egg Hunt at the Queens Zoo
Take part in an egg hunt, meet the Easter Bunny and the zoos Flemish giant rabbits, and enjoy a variety of spring-themed activities like an Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt, crafts, and rabbit encounters.
Neighborhood: Corona
When: Saturday & Sunday April 19-20th from 10AM-4PM
Where: Queens Zoo
Cost: Free with Zoo entry

Hoppy Easter Festival
Visit Flushing and enjoy Easter egg painting, DIY Easter paper clay, a photo shoot with the Easter Bunny, and games for kids.
Neighborhood: Flushing
When: Saturday April 19th from 2PM-5PM
Where: Queens Crossing Mall – 136-17 39th Ave.
Cost: $10 in advance $15 at the door

Barnyard Easter Egg Hunt
The Farm Museum will hold its annual Egg Hunt in the orchard throughout the day on April 19th. Kids can dance the “Bunny Hop”, play egg toss and egg rolling games on the farmhouse lawn as well as visit all of the farm animals.
Neighborhood: Little Neck
When: Saturday April 19th at 12PM
Where: Queens Farm Museum – 73-50 Little Neck Pkwy.
Cost: Call for details

Easter Egg Hunt 
The 5th annual Gantry Park Easter Egg Hunt hosts age-specific egg hunts, carnival games, face painting, and more. Families are encouraged to preregister here and then pick up an official Easter Egg Hunt bag and entry wrist band at the preregistration table on the day of the hunt.
Neighborhood: Long Island City
When: Saturday, April 19 from 10AM – 12PM
Where: Gantry Plaza State Park
Cost: Free

Easter Egg Hunt 
The 1st annual Queensbridge Park Easter Egg Hunt is the sister event to the Gantry State Park egg hunt and will also host age-specific egg hunts, carnival games, and face painting.  Preregister your family here.
Neighborhood: Long Island City
When: Saturday, April 19 from 2PM-4PM
Where: Queensbridge Park
Cost: Free

Spring Egg-stravaganza!
The Queens Botanical Garden holds two sessions of egg filled fun for the families.  Children can take part in an egg scavenger hunt and old-fashioned games.
Neighborhood: Flushing
When: Saturday, April 19, weather permitting -2 sessions: 12 noon to 1:30 and 2 to 3:30pm
Where: Queens Botanical Garden
Cost: Pre-registration required. $5 per child (does not include Garden Admission)

Affinity’s Spring Fling and 13th Easter Egg Hunt
The Affinity Spring Fling and Easter Egg Hunt has been named the largest Easter Egg hunt event in the tri-state region….named by who you ask? Affinity’s website of course!  Activities for kids include: rides, carnival games, arts and crafts, face painting, photo booths,  egg hunts and more. Adults activities also go on throughout the day and include music, live entertainment, health walks, health screenings, Zumba, cooking demonstrations and more.
Neighborhood: Jamaica
When: April 19, 2014 from 12PM-5PM
Where: (St Albans Park, Jamaica, Queens or use directions to 172-98 Sayres Ave, Jamaica, NY 11433)

EasterFest 
Enjoy an egg hunt, crafts and classes, music and worship service in Forest Hills.
Neighborhood: Forest Hills
When: Sunday April 20th at 11AM
Where: PS 101 – 2 Russel Place
Cost: $5 per child

Bayside Hills Spring Festival
Held the week after Easter, this spring festival includes egg rolling, a magic show with Rogue, Teddy Tennis demonstrations, and more. This year will be an indoor/outdoor event and is held rain or shine.
Neighborhood: Bayside Hills
When: Saturday April 26th from 1PM-4PM
Where: Saint Robert Bellamine Church – Lawn on 214th Street
Cost: Donation of non perishable food for the local food shelter.

Know any we missed? Please add them below in the comments section.