Sunday is going to be especially important to two religious groups. For Christians, it will be Easter Sunday; for those of the Jewish faith, it will be the end of Passover. Regardless of your religious beliefs, it will mark the first official holiday in which people can take a collective sigh of relief that just perhaps the worst of the pandemic may be over. While the day … [Read more...] about Sunday Will Be A Day To Celebrate Easter, The End Of Passover And The First Hopeful Holiday
Just got an SOS from the Easter Bunny. It seems that due to all those pesky COVID-19 restrictions, the fuzzy little lepus has been hamstrung in putting together Easter baskets for Dallas County abused and neglected children. To help the cottontail brighten the lives of children who have been through so much, Community Partners of Dallas and Child Protective Services (CPS) … [Read more...] about Hop On Board The Easter Basket Drive For Dallas County Abused And Neglected Children
It’s Easter weekend like none in the past. There will be no folks wearing their Sunday best at church services, no traditional parade of pooches at Turtle Creek Park nor an egg search in the Arboretum’s Jonsson Color Garden. Perhaps it’s just as well. In addition to North Texans staying in place because of COVID-19, the forecast is rain starting Saturday. But Sunday … [Read more...] about Celebrate Easter By Sniffing The Neighborhood Roses And Sharing A Smile And A Wave
Dallas’ leading fashion event will take place at 2 p.m. on Sunday. And there’ll be some real dogs in the lineup. Yup, it’s the Petropolitan Pooch Parade at Lee Park. Lee Park and Arlington Hall Conservancy President/CEO Gay Donnell is keeping her eyes on the weather for this 50th anniversary of Easter in Lee Park. According to the latest reports, if "graceful" showers sans … [Read more...] about Despite Predicted Early Easter Showers, Lee Park Pet Parade Is Scheduled To March On At 2 p.m.