Today’s picks for civic nerds.  

For Sunday:

Eggs Hunts Aplenty

In the Easter spirit, there will be an abundance of egg hunts, from the Woodland Park Zoo to the Ballard farmer’s market.

Ballard Easter Weekend, Sun March 31, all day, varied entry prices.

Greenwood/Phinney live music and egg hunts, Sun March 31, all day, varied entry prices.

West Seattle community egg hunts, Sun March 31, all day, varied entry prices. 

For Saturday:

Some Long-Awaited Land

Join King County council members and leaders to celebrate the acquisition of 20 miles of the Eastside Rail Corridor, featuring interactive exhibits, refreshments and hi-rail tours of the corridor courtesy of Sound Transit.

Eastside Rail Corridor Celebration, Sat March 30, 1:30–3:30, Seahawks Headquarters/Training Facility at Virginia Mason Athletic Center, 12 Seahawks Way, Renton, free.

Mid-session Legislative Meet-up

Senator Ed Murray (D-43, Capitol Hill), along with representative Jamie Pedersen (D-43) and house speaker Frank Chopp (D-43) invites the community to ask questions and give feedback on the ongoing legislative session.

43rd District Midsession Meeting, Sat March 30, 3–5pm, Seattle First Baptist Church, 1111 Harvard Ave, free.

And for Today:

Canada’s Economic Future

The $1.7 trillion Alberta tar sands oil extraction project will impact the Canadian economy for decades to come: land the size of Greece will be affected by the open pit mine. Find out all about the project's environmental toll.

To the Last Drop, Fri March 29, 7–9:3pm, Keystone Congregational United Church of Christ, 5019 Keystone Pl N. free.

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