The Easter Bunny brought smiles and delight to last Saturday’s Egg Scramble at Crown Beach. The cutest among the “scramblers” were the ankle biters in the “just learning to walk” category, like these children looking for any goodies that the Easter Bunny just might have left behind. The bright sunny weather brought a large crowd of children, their parents and those just wanting to enjoy watching the children “scramble.” 

Two scenes from last year’s Easter Egg Hunt on Park Street appear at right. Alameda families can meet with the Easter Bunny at Daisy’s, 1347 Park St., (left) and find special Easter treats at merchants like Lauren’s Closet, 1420 Park St. (right). Learn all the details in the Downtown Alameda Business Assoication editorial.


Good Friday, April 14 

The meaning of the Easter legend could be construed as the power of belief in the omnipresence and omnipotence of Spirit to overcome any human condition, including death.

In his new book, Bridges author and mystic J.T Evergreen shows- via an anthology of intriguing short stories — how awareness of the presence of spirit can positively influence and harmonize virtually any situation. He defines that resurrecting, Easter-like process as a “Bridge.”