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Enzo's Table Food Truck Fair
April 1, 2018
10:30am-2:30pm
Enzo's Table
Clovis

Winter Wonders Snowshoe: Lodgepole Market
April 1, 2018
10:00am-12:00pm
Sequoia National Park

Old Fashioned Easter Egg Hunt
April 1, 2018
1:30pm
River Center
Fresno

Cherry Avenue Auction
April 3, 2018
6:30am-3:30pm
Cherry Avenue Auction
Fresno

Fresno Soul Fest
April 12, 2018
7:30pm
Selland Arena
Fresno

Murder at the Winery - Murder Mystery Party
April 13, 2018
6:30pm
Kings River Winery
Sanger

Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory (1971)
April 13, 2018
7:00pm
The Crest Theatre
Fresno

Breakfast with the Animals
April 14, 2018
8:30am-11:30am
Fresno Chaffee Zoo
Fresno

Art Hop
April 19, 2018
5:00pm-8:00pm
Tower District & Downtown Fresno
Fresno

Wicked Wine Run
April 21, 2018
5:30pm-9:00pm
Kings River Winery
Sanger

14th Annual Angel Babies Walk/Run
April 21, 2018
7:00am-12:00pm
Woodward Park
Fresno

Mamma Mia!
April 22, 2018
11:00am-5:00pm
Roger Rocka's Dinner Theatre
Fresno

104th Annual Clovis Rodeo
April 26, 2018
All Day
Clovis Rodeo Grounds
Fresno

River Buddies Weekend Explorers
April 28, 2018
9:00am-11:00am
River Parkway Trust - River Center
Fresno

The Total Health & Fitness Expo
April 28, 2018
10:00am-7:00pm
Fresno Convention Center
Fresno
Metalmark Climbing & Fitness
Woodward Park 
Antique Shopping
Clovis Museum
Ski Lake Tahoe 
AMF Sierra Lanes
Yosemite National Park
Sequoia National Park
Riverside Golf Course
Fresno Chaffee Zoo 
Forestiere Underground Gardens
Shop River Park
Island Waterpark
Tower Theatre
Roeding Park  
The Big Fresno Fairgrounds 
Warnors Theatre
China Peak 
CartHop 
Madera Speedway 
Wild Water Adventure Park
Project Survival Cathaven
Old Town Clovis Farmers Market
Saturdays Year-round, 8-11:30am
Bullard & Pollasky Ave
Vineyard Farmers Market
Year-round
Wednesdays, 3-6p,
Saturdays, 7am-12pm
100 West Shaw Avenue
Farmers Market at Park Place
Year-round
Saturdays, 9am-1pm
7835 N. Palm Avenue
Kaiser Permanente Farmers Market
Year-round
Wednesdays Year-round, 9am-1:30pm
7300 N. Fresno Street
April 6, 2018
Lean on Pete
The Endless
Chappaquiddick

April 13, 2018
Rampage
Blumhouse's Truth or Dare
Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero

April 20, 2018
Tully
Beyond the Clouds
Lean on Pete

April 27, 2018
Avengers: Infinity War
Disobedience
Bad Samaritan

Still merely dunking an Easter egg in dye? This Easter, take your eggs one step further with these different decorating techniques. All of the designs are easy and inexpensive to create, and all of the supplies are available from the supermarket and craft store.

Blackboard Eggs
Write messages on eggshells with this great idea from Oleander and Palm: Coat eggs with a layer of chalkboard paint and let your chalk do the talking. If you fall out of love with a pattern or picture, wash the surface and draw again.

Tattoo Eggs
It’s hard not to fall in love with these cool, no-dye eggs from the geniuses at Brit + Co. Simply apply fake tattoos to eggshells the way you would to your own skin. Instead of bright colors, you’ll get eggs stamped with spiders, superheroes, and more.

Ombre Eggs
It’s easy to get this trendy look from Sugar and Charm. Prepare dye according to the packaging and let eggs soak for varying amount of time. Take them out quickly for a hint of color and leave them in for longer to get a rich hue.

You Name It Eggs
These personalized eggs from Meaghan Mountford are perfect place cards for Easter dinner. Rest an egg sideways on an egg holder and dip in dye bath of desired color, but hold the egg so the top third of the egg stays above the dye bath and remains white. Let dry completely. Pour a small amount of acrylic craft paint on a plastic plate or wax paper. Dip the non-brush end of a small paintbrush into the paint and dab on egg to create a dot. Paint dots around the white oval. When the paint dries, use letter stickers to spell a name or initial.

Washi Tape Eggs
Put metallic, patterned and pastel Washi tape to good use with this cute no-dye egg-decorating option from Chelsea at Lovely Indeed. Cut tape into various shapes and stick to egg surfaces.

Tied Flowers
For less of a mess, nix the dye. Instead, use string or baker’s twine to secure flowers and herbs to eggs, suggests the clever creator of A Daily Something. Opt for forsythia and violet buds, or try rosemary or thyme for a hint of fragrance.

Lazy Daisy Eggs
The beauty of these eggs from Meaghan Mountford belies how unbelievably easy they are to make. Dye egg desired color and let dry completely. Adhere the stickers and smooth well with your fingers. That's it! No need to stick with daisies; use other flowers or any design that tickles you.

Preppy Eggs
Grosgrain ribbon gets glued around dyed eggs with this idea from Meaghan Mountford, who suggests you put glue on the ribbon first, then lay an egg at one end of the ribbon and roll until ribbon fully encircles the egg. Snip the end. You may need an extra dab of glue to adhere the snipped end of the ribbon. If you cut your ribbon in a neat, straight line, you need not worry about folding the end over.

Bling Bling Eggs
For a sparkly centerpiece, fill a glass bowl with glitter-dotted eggs with this idea from Meaghan Mountford. Dye egg desired color and let dry completely. Working with one side of the egg at a time, squeeze different size circles of glue on the egg. Holding the egg over a plate, pour glittering glue over the egg and shake off the excess (the egg will still have unwanted glitter, but don't worry about that yet). Let the egg dry and repeat on the other side of the egg. Let dry several hours at least. When completely dry, carefully brush egg with the dry bristles of an old toothbrush to remove the unwanted glitter. Tip: Use the fine tip on the glue to help you 'draw' the circles of glue. Varying the circle size takes the pressure off of squeezing perfect circles.

The Perfect Pair of Eggs
Try this cute craft from Meaghan Mountford: For bunny, glue a pink pom-pom on a clean egg. Cut out ear shapes from white foam or card stock, dab flat ends of ears with glue, and adhere to the top of the egg. When completely dry, draw eyes and whiskers on the egg with a black marker. For carrot, dye egg orange and let dry completely. Cut 5 pieces of ribbon, each about 10 inches long. Stack the ribbon pieces, fold in half, and staple at the fold. With scissors, curl ribbons. Fold a small tab in the ribbon at the point where you stapled. Dab glue on the tab and adhere to the top of the wider end of the egg. Use invisible tape to hold the ribbon in place until the glue dries. If you use card stock instead of foam, add and cut a tab at the end of each ear to more easily glue to the egg. For the carrot, you can also use a pre-made ribbon gift topper in lieu of cutting and curling your own.

Zoo-egg-ology
Make cute, easy egg animals from Meaghan Mountford. For the frog, dye egg lime green and let dry completely. Cut out a large semi-circle from a piece of green foam and two small semi-circles from white. With a black marker, draw a mouth and eyes, then glue to egg. Use invisible tape to hold on the egg until the glue dries. For the monkey, dye egg light brown and let dry. Cut out a large circle and two small semi-circles from brown foam. With the black marker, draw a nose and mouth, then glue on the egg. When dry, draw on eyes. For the pig, dye egg pink and let dry. Cut out a large circle and two small triangles from pink foam. With the black marker, draw nostrils on the large circle, then glue on the shapes. When dry, draw on eyes. For the chick, dye egg yellow and let dry. Cut out a beak shape from orange foam. With the black marker, draw two lines on the beak and glue on. When dry, draw on eyes. Tip: When cutting out shapes, keep the eggs handy so you cut pieces to scale. Draw the shape with a pencil on the back of the foam first as a guide.

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