Easter is a holiday that means something different for everyone. For some it has deep religious ties, for others it’s all about spending time with family, and for many it simply means that “Spring has Sprung” and warmer weather is on the way.
Here are some great ways to celebrate Easter with your Senior:
Church Service: Good Friday through Sunday Mass. For many parishioners Easter is one of the few times they attend church all year. Churches put on elaborate concerts as well as hosting their own Easter festivities like egg hunts and potlucks. Even Red Rocks holds a Sunday Service!
Brunch/Lunch: Denver has endless choices of great dining to choose from but don’t limit your choice to just restaurants. Many hotels offer family- friendly Easter brunch buffets as well. Here's a list http://traveltips.usatoday.com/hotels-serving-easter-brunch-denver-100886.html
A family meal at home is wonderful tradition for local families. And yes, Spring weather in Colorado is unpredictable but weather permitting, a picnic is a simple and cost effective way to celebrate.
Crafts & Baking: Another great way to get that Spring Fever going. Decorate eggs, make a wreath, or bake up some super cute treats. Here’s some ideas https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/holidays/easter-ideas/g2364/easter-food-crafts/
Get in the Spirit: Visit somewhere to during the week leading up to Easter with a trip to the Denver Botanic Gardens or The Butterfly Pavilions.
Check out this link to all the local Egg Hunts & Activities in the Metro and surrounding areas