Things to Do for Easter in Colorado Springs 2020: Fun Virtual Events!

While most of our past Easter holidays have been spent with friends and family, the 2020 Easter will be quite different. Social distancing guidelines mean that we have to be a little more creative about our holiday meal, religious celebrations and Easter Egg Hunts.

 

The Springs Homes Virtual Easter Egg Hunt!

With the COVID-19 restrictions, our office is vacant and lonely, so we thought we would stage a Virtual Easter Egg Hunt for everyone in Colorado Springs! Use our Matterport 3D virtual tour to walk through the empty Springs Homes office and count the eggs! How many blue ones? Green ones? Can you find “Springy”, the Springs Homes mascot or even the not-so-egg? Let us know on Social Media what you find! 

Things to do for Easter in Colorado Springs

Remember, the Hunt starts Friday 8 am!

Tell us what you found on Facebook!

Brag about your findings on Instagram!

 

Easter Sunday Services in Colorado Springs

The Easter holiday is a celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Church services are taking on a new look as many houses of worships are direct streaming or offering recorded services via youtube or on their website. Check with your favorite place of worship for times and topics. It’s also worth mentioning that many denominations have added Good Friday services to honor the day when Jesus died on the cross.

Easter Games

Most Easter Egg Hunts have been cancelled this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but here are a few virtual options:

ABCya! – Easter Egg Hunt is fun holiday activity for kids of all ages. The object of this Easter activity is to simply find the hidden eggs. Look carefully at the pictures and use the mouse to click on the eggs to collect them. These Easter Eggs are hiding so kids will have to search extra carefully! 

Primary Games – Find eggs and entertain your little ones.

Country Living Virtual Easter – We have all tried video conferencing in the past few weeks, here Country Living does a Virtual Easter Egg Hunt.

Easter Martha Style – No one has better ideas than the Queen herself. Check out some COVID-19-safe ideas from Martha Stewart.

Online Minecraft Easter Egg Hunt – A church in Texas is hosting an online Minecraft Easter Egg Hunt. Requires pre-registration.

Easter Brunch To Go in Colorado Springs

The Warehouse – Easter Meal Kits To Go

Place your order by Thursday for pickup on Saturday. Choose between ham, prime rib, lamb or salmon and select 3 sides. All meals come with a festive colored Easter bread. More Info.

Garden of the Gods Market & Cafe

You don’t have to skip Easter brunch this year. The GOG Market is offering a delicious brunch at $25/pp with pickup on Saturday. Call (719) 471-2799 by Thursday to order.

View House 

View House is offering a meal for 4 including Black Forest ham, green beans, butternut squash, sweet kale citrus salad, mashed potatoes and gravy, fresh vegetable blend, focaccia bread and dessert bites for $80. Add a bottle of wine for $10. There are also smaller family-style options for $45 that also feed four. Call 394-4137. More Info.

Bonefish Grill 

Easter Dinner Family will be offered on Saturday and Sunday that feed up to five for $49.90. They include wood-grilled mahi and jumbo shrimp with citrus aioli, a choice of house or Caesar salad, with family-style sides including bacon mac and cheese, seasonal veggies, fresh bread with pesto, and a dessert duo of classic cheesecake slices and cookies. Add a bottle of wine starting at $15 (carryout only). Call 598-0826 or More Info.

The Margarita at PineCreek 

Brunch will be offered on Saturday for $12.50. Meal includes either signature egg puff, honey wheat French toast or smoked salmon cake salad along with fresh fruit and coffee cake. Add a cup of pork green chili ($3) or biscuit and gravy ($5). Mimosa, Bloody Mary, margarita ($8) and orange juice ($4) also available. Call 598-8667 or More Info.

Susanna’s Comfort Cuisine 

Susanna’s offers a roasted Pueblo chile egg bake for $15 (6 to 8 servings). Add diced bacon for $2 and one dozen morning glory carrot muffins for $15. Family meals for $35 (6 to 8 servings) include a choice of mascarpone lasagna, large green salad with balsamic vinaigrette and loaf of garlic bread, or sour cream and cheese enchiladas, saffron and refried beans. Order before Saturday by emailing susanna@susannascomfortcuisine.com.

Taste of Life

The Taste of Life might also be a good bet for a weekend dinner or brunch. Located in Monument, Taste of Life has freshly prepared meals as well as frozen meals. Many gluten free and other dietary options are available. Give a call ahead to see what is available. 719-487-2858 donna@tasteoflifestores.com

Easter Crafts to do at Home

Easter Bookmarks

Easter Bookmarks

These adorable chick and bunny bookmarks can be made either with a Cricut or by hand using the pdf and tracing and cutting.  Learn more.

Tissue Paper Eggs

These colorful eggs require no dyeing and can be done using real eggs, plastic eggs, or even paper mache eggs. The technique is relatively simple and easy enough for little hands and fingers to manage. It makes a little bit of a mess, but that just adds to the fun of it. Learn more.

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Egg Carton Chicks

If these chicks don’t make you smile, I don’t know what will. We found this craft on typicallysimple.com and it requires some basic art supplies to make some cute chicks. Learn more.

Paper Bunny Craft

A glue stick and construction paper is all you need to make these cute paper bunnies. Simple enough for the youngsters, this is a fun family craft. If you have time on your hands, make a bunch and then hang them on a string like a garland. Learn more.

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Easter dress up

Easter Photos

You don’t need the mall and the Easter Bunny this year, do your own DIY photoshoot. May not be with the Easter Bunny himself, but pull out some fancy hats, fun sunglasses and silly scarves, get the whole family involved, and you are sure to have a winning family photo suitable for framing.