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Happy Easter from Girlicity!

29 March

Have a fun Easter with your family and friends!  Check out these fun facts about Easter.

  1. Easter Eggs: The tradition of decorating and hunting for Easter eggs has ancient origins. Eggs, symbolizing fertility and new life, were used in pagan spring festivals. Early Christians adapted this tradition to represent the resurrection of Jesus, with the egg symbolizing the empty tomb. Today, Easter egg hunts and egg decorating remain popular customs around the world.
  2. Easter Bunny: The Easter Bunny, a beloved figure associated with Easter, has roots in German folklore. The character, known as “Osterhase,” was said to deliver eggs to children on Easter Sunday. German immigrants brought this tradition to the United States in the 18th century, where it evolved into the Easter Bunny we know today, often depicted as a rabbit delivering candy and treats.
  3. Easter Parade: The Easter Parade is a festive event held in many cities worldwide, with one of the most famous taking place on Fifth Avenue in New York City. The tradition dates back to the late 19th century when affluent New Yorkers would promenade in their finest attire after attending Easter services. Today, the Easter Parade features elaborate hats, colorful costumes, and lively music, attracting tourists and locals alike.
  4. Easter Foods: Like many holidays, Easter is celebrated with special foods and delicacies around the world. In addition to Easter eggs and chocolate bunnies, traditional Easter meals vary by culture. In many Western countries, ham is a common centerpiece for Easter dinner, while lamb is popular in Mediterranean and Eastern European cuisines. Hot cross buns, a spiced sweet bun marked with a cross on top, are also a traditional Easter treat in many countries.

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