It is going to be the first weekend of April and Easter weekend in the Quad Cities. Temperatures will be in the upper 60's on Saturday, mid 70's on Sunday, and the sun will be shining all weekend long! Spring is officially here too, and things are looking a lot better. It's going to be a great weekend to get out, enjoy the weather, and celebrate Easter.

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There are plenty of events going on throughout the Quad Cities this Easter weekend. Below is a few highlighted events happening this weekend. Check them out and have a great weekend in the QC!

Scrambled Eggs: Community Easter Egg HuntApril 3rd - "An Easter Egg Hunt for the entire family! Enjoy age appropriate egg hunts, balloon artists, airbrush artist, petting zoo, bounce houses and more!"

Art at the Airport - From March 3-April 28. Quad City Arts’ Art at the Airport presents aquatic paintings by Brian Buckles of Waterloo, IA, and more!

The Shops of the Woodlands - Easter Eggstravaganza - April 3, 1-3 p.mFrom our news partner, Local 4 News:  Join the Shops of the Woodlands (53rd Street in Davenport) for their inaugural Easter Eggstravagnza! There will be a magic show, egg hunt, balloon animals, face painting, & more!

Davenport 9th Annual Easter Egg Scramble 5K Run/WalkApril 3rd - "Come celebrate the 9th ANNUAL EASTER EGG SCRAMBLE 5K RUN/WALK. The start/finish will be in The Historic Village of East Davenport, Iowa where you will run/walk through Scenic Parks that overlook the The Mighty Mississippi River."

For more links to more events going on in communities in and around the QCA, click on the links below!

Hopefully you have a fun, safe Easter weekend!

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