What better way to celebrate Easter than with a day full of egg-cellent fun? This full-weekend celebration includes making "egg beds" (little ones make their own egg baskets) and decorating eggs on April 8 10am–noon, plus other fun stuff like making egg paint (April 8 11am–3pm) and participating in an Easter Egg Hunt (noon–1pm, ages 3+) among other great activities. on April 9, start your day with egg decorating (10am–noon) and participate in Holding History (11am–1pm, ages 3+) where kids will explore the museum's permanent collection to see eggs and nests. From 1:30–2:30pm, stop by for Play with Your Food - Passover Seder, in which families can learn the role that eggs play on the Passover Seder plate. Various ages.