Get Living London is encouraging residents to get into the spirit of Easter with a fun-packed programme of activities on offer at East Village for the whole family to enjoy. With 67 acres of green space, visitors and residents can make the most of the spring sunshine at East Village and get involved with a host of Easter activities to keep kids and big kids entertained!
The ‘Bunny Run’
At the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on 4 April, the ‘Bunny Run’ will give families the chance to live-up to their Olympic setting and showcase their athletic prowess. Families can choose from a 1K, 3K or 5K circuit and can walk, run or hop their way around! The Easter Bunny will even make a visit, and all participants will finish with a unique finisher’s medal and post-race refreshments. The event is open to all ages and abilities, and there will also be a Little Bunny Fun Run for children age 8 and younger. The race will start at 10am at the Timber Lodge Café and costs £5 to enter.
Easter Dance Party
The 7 April will provide a chance for the whole family to show off their best moves at the Copper Box Arena with an exciting Easter Dance Party. Hosted by Natasha Khamjani and with music from DJ Egg-Cellent, families will hit the dance floor accompanied by the Easter Bunny for an afternoon of fabulous dance classes! For the big kids and young adults, there will also be exclusive Get Ur Freak On dance sessions during the event.
Guess How Much I Love You – 20 Anniversary
Discover Children’s Story Centre is the UK’s first hands-on creative literacy centre for children aged 0-11 years. Celebrate the 20th anniversary of much-loved picture book ‘Guess How Much I Love You’ with your little bunnies from Friday 3 to Monday 6 April, and get down to East Village to make Easter baskets, Nutbrown Hare ears and follow Easter bunny’s trail for chocolate surprises.
Let your little explores take the lead in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park’s four free trails. Uncover the Park’s legends and relive the excitement of the London Olympic and Paralympic Games in the ‘Discover the Park’ and the ‘London 2012’ trails. The ‘Art in the Park’ trail visits all 25 of the Park’s permanent artworks, while ‘Adventures in the Park’ is one for the kids to navigate. Visitors can pick up a free trail guide from the Park’s Information Point, open daily between 10am – 3pm during the holidays. Or click here to download a copy.
Stop-off at ‘Neighbourhood’ restaurant
Refuel at the recently-opened ‘Neighbourhood’ restaurant located opposite Victory Park. Indulge in delicious superfood salads, or treat the children to the kids’ menu – offering three courses for £12.
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