Easter is coming up Sunday and kids all over East Texas will be out hunting Easter eggs! Kids will find everything from wrapped candy, some will have small trinkets in them, while others will be filled with coins and cash! (Those, by the way, are my favorite kind of eggs.)
When it comes to holiday candy sales, Easter ranks second on the list between Halloween and Christmas and followed by Valentine's Day. With Easter coming up Sunday, the bunny will be hiding plenty of hard boiled and candy filled eggs and leaving baskets of Easter treats behind for all to enjoy.
Easter's right around the corner, so it's time to get into the holiday spirit. Create some awesome eggs, stuff yourself with Peeps--whatever floats your Easter boat. If none of this prep works for you though, we say take a cue from these Easter bunny babies.
Spring has sprung all across East Texas and it's the time of the year that many East Texans get out of the house and look for something to do outdoors. Planning something outdoors this weekend though could be a bit chancy though because Mother Nature has plans to water her garden all weekend! If you…
Some of us, as children, were terrified of meeting the Easter bunny. Our malls, churches, and schools are full of children crying and scared of a large rabbit. Though it is mean to have a giggle at the expense of these horrified children, lets take a look any way.
Why fight the crowds this Easter Sunday? Don't go to a restaurant, cook at home. Nothing can finish off an Easter spent with family better than sitting down for a home cooked meal. Don't know what to make? Well, let us help you.
Tyler's annual Twilight Easter Egg Hunt is coming up tomorrow night (Thursday 28th) at Lindsay Park on Spur 344. The Easter bunny will be laying hundreds of eggs on the softball fields and little ones aged 3 to 10 will be able to hunt them when the twilight is just right!
This year has flown by, it's already almost Easter weekend. The infamous Easter Bunny will be making his way to East Texas and leaving eggs all around for kids to find! This is a kids favorite holiday because they get to hunt eggs and find candy, and not get in trouble for eating it all! Here a…
Somewhere along the way, an egg-toting, gift-giving rabbit became associated with the Easter holiday. We assume that soon after, sadistic parents decided that it would be fun to make sure any likeness of this generous rabbit should be creepy and frightening so they can take pictures and video of the…
Who doesn't love Easter? We do, and so do kids. If you're looking for some Easter fun in the city for your children, the City of Tyler has it for you! Bring your kids and their Easter baskets at Lindsey Park for loads of fun, food, egg-hunting, and of course, the Easter bunny!