When you say Easter and Baltimore it means one thing: Mary Sue Easter eggs.They’ve been a Baltimore favorite for more than 60 years.
Dry and cooler weather is going to prevail around here over the next couple of days. While temperatures in parts of the area may have a hard time reaching the lower 60s during each of the next two days, this won’t be because we’re going to be lacking a fair amount of sunshine.
If you don’t have plans yet for this weekend you might want to take the kids to the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore. Its annual Easter event is fun for all.
The warm air is going to stick around as highs go back to near 70 degrees again Wednesday afternoon. However, there is a cold front that will be going through at the same time.
No matter how heavy your wallet, quality restaurants perfect for Easter dinner exist in and around Baltimore. Plenty of choices exist nearby that make dining out for the holiday much more enjoyable.
A lottery for tickets to the annual White House Easter egg roll is open for just a few more days.
Tickets for the 134th annual White House Easter Egg Roll will be distributed through an online lottery system, allowing guests from across the United States to participate in a tradition that dates back to 1878. Follow the link.
The games and story-telling are under way, as the first wave of some 30,000 kids and their parents swarm the White House grounds for the annual Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn.
The National Zoo is hosting an Easter Monday event for African-American families that dates back almost as far as the White House Easter Egg Roll.
Christians all around the world celebrated Easter in church Sunday morning, including here in Maryland.
Sharon Gibala was live at Christian Life Church for their Easter Sunday Service. Pam Gillin was live in the studio to speak about ROAR For Autism.