It’s shaping up to be a beautiful spring weekend in Fort Worth. If you’d like to get out there to enjoy some Easter activities don’t forget to pack your Easter baskets and a camera to capture all those memories.

Fort Worth Stockyards
Celebrate Easter in true Texas style at the Texas Sized Easter Celebration at the Fort Worth Stockyards. Bring your whole family to enjoy the festivities which include an Easter Egg Hunt for all ages up to 12 years old that begins at noon sharp. Afterwards there will be more activities that include a visit with the Easter bunny, face painting and a balloon animal maker. If you have children older than 12 they can participate in the Hunt for the Golden Horseshoe in the Stockyard Stables.

Ryan Place Annual Easter Egg Hunt
Ryan Place hosts an Annual Easter Egg Hunt in Dagget Park. Join in the fun April 4 at 10AM where they will have Pinatas, the Easter Bunny and cascarones for everyone. The Easter Egg Hunt is separated by age groups of 3 and under, 4-5 years old and 6-9 years old. If you’d like to participate in the Ryan Place Annual Easter Egg Hunt, the Neighborhood Association asks that you deliver 1 dozen plastic eggs per child filled with wrapped candy or surprises to 2529 Willing Avenue by Friday April 3 that includes the child’s name and age.

Thomas Place Community Center Easter Egg Hunt
The Thomas Place Community Center in the Westside of Fort Worth will host their annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday April 4 from 3PM - 5PM. In addition to the Egg hunt which begins promptly at 4PM there will be train rides, a petting zoo, bounce house, face painting, balloon artists, games, crafts and food. The price of admission is a canned good to benefit the WestAid Food Bank.