Today’s events for Easter Sunday April 4 | Local News

It’s Easter Sunday and, unlike 2020, local churches meet in person for services. You can also find several streaming services online. However you choose to celebrate today, stay safe, and if your little brother gnaws at your chocolate Easter bunny’s ears, forgive him.

Looking to challenge yourself and exercise outdoors? Head to the Boundless Adventures Aerial Adventure Park in Bristol Woods County Park, 9800 160th Ave. The aerial adventure park features nine different obstacle courses of varying degrees of difficulty that are woven through the trees of the park. The easiest courses (yellow) are close to the ground; the hardest (black) is 30 to 40 feet in the air. The course operates under COVID-19 guidelines. No walk-ins are accepted. Reservations and waivers must be completed prior to a visit. Guests are also requested to bring a mask to wear when checking in. The course is open to people aged 7 and over. To make a reservation and for more information, call 262-924-8781 or log on to https://boundlessadventures.net/wi-park

Also inside Bristol Woods County Park is the Pringle Nature Centerwho has a new StoryWalk trailopen until April 11. Participants will read the featured story, “Little Owl’s Snow” by Divya Srinivasan, displayed at points along a short hiking trail. You will find the route marked on the entrance door of the Maison de la Nature (which is not open to the public).

Pringle also offers free Easter-themed virtual activities on its website, including “Leave No Child Inside: Egg Drop, Dye, & Roll.” egg-themed activities on its website for free. To visit www.pringlenc.org/egg to find out how to make egg parachutes and color eggs with natural dyes and more through April 11 at www.pringlenc.org/egg.

Meeting tonight : Turner Classic Movies celebrates Easter by showing the musical Fred Astaire/Judy Garland “Easter Parade” at 19 ‘o clock

Alicia R. Rucker