Easter & Passover Activities in San Francisco

EASTER EVENTS in San Francisco

Easter tulips and swaths of color

SOMA:  Dye Hard: Easter Egg Hunt + Festival

Head to Kapwa Gardens in San Francisco on April 2, 2023, for a funky, family-friendly Easter egg hunt. Enjoy a petting zoo and activities for both kids and adults in the vibrant urban garden oasis. Dye Hard is a free event, so bring the whole family and be sure to wear your best tie-dye or psychedelic attire to immerse yourself in the colorful surroundings. Capture memories with the whole family at the photo booth!

Castro District Easter Eggstravaganza Block Party & Easter Bonnet Contest

Women with flowers on their heads

Celebrate Easter at the second-annual Castro Easter Eggstravaganza Block Party, with activities for all ages including free photos with the Easter Bunny, a petting zoo, and an Easter bonnet contest with a grand prize of $500. Experience Easter in a unique way in the world-famous Castro, and explore the many businesses in the area for those final gifts or to simply raise a glass to the season.

Stonestown Mall | Easterfest | Brave Church San Francisco

Join Brave Church for Easterfest, a full Easter celebration with uplifting music, a welcoming community, and a special message on the true meaning of Easter. After each Sunday service on April 9th, there will be exciting activities for the whole family to enjoy, including a massive Easter egg hunt with over 10,000 eggs on the lawn for the kids.

Nordic Family Easter Arts & Crafts 2023

Experience a Nordic-inspired Easter celebration at the Scandinavian School & Cultural Center (in the Forest Hill Extension neighborhood) with Easter arts & crafts featuring feathers, chicks, and hand-painted eggs. This event is open to children of all ages and their parents, and will include an egg hunt, fika, and a visit from Påskgumman all the way from Blåkulla!

Mount Davidson Sunrise Service

Join thousands of locals and visitors for the 99th Annual Easter Sunrise Service at the Mt. Davidson Cross, located at the highest point in San Francisco. This non-denominational service starts at 7:00 am on Easter morning, and a shuttle service will take you to the park gate. Hiking is required once you arrive, so be sure to wear comfortable shoes.

Dolores Park with the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence

The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, a "leading-edge order of queer nuns," host an annual festival on Sunday, April 9, featuring both a children's event with an Easter egg hunt and other fun activities from 10:30 am to 12 pm, as well as an adults-only portion of the day featuring the famous "Hunky Jesus" contest and a new "Foxy Mary" contest. Live entertainment, music, and more will be on offer from 12 pm to 4 pm. All events will take place at Dolores Park.


San Francisco Passover Events 

Celebrate Passover with a variety of events happening in San Francisco, including:

From art collections showcasing the stories, identities, and journeys of local women-of-color, to multicultural pre-Passover seders that inspire us to build bridges and take action towards solving the most pressing issues affecting the Bay Area, there's something for everyone to enjoy. Don't miss out on these opportunities to celebrate the joy of community and tradition! Elements of a Seder Meal for Passover

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