Easton’s Spring and Summer Family Friendly Events


For more information contact:  Deena Kilmon




Easton Economic Development Corporation

Mach 13, 2023

For immediate release

Announcing DiscoverEaston’s 2023 Family-Friendly Events Series

The Easton Economic Development Corporation is excited to announce our spring and summer DiscoverEaston 2023 family-friendly event schedule. All events listed are free, inclusive, and accessible to community members!

March 17, 2023 Easton’s Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Potato Races

5:30 PM, Downtown Easton 

April 8, 2023  Annual Easter Egg Hunt (Easton’s Courthouse Lawn, Washington St.)

10:00 AM Easton Bunny arrives on Fire Truck

10:15 Egg Hunt, Infants- 4 years old

10:30 Egg Hunt, 5-10 years old

April 29, 2023 May Day Flower Walk

Enjoy walking around Easton’s Downtown to view award-winning floral displays; other activities listed on website: www.discovereaston.com/mayday 

2023 Summer Outdoor Movie Nights 

Families are invited to come early, bring a picnic, and enjoy a free art project sponsored by The 911 Day of Service Project/Americorps. Please note: Movies begin around 8:00 PM (when it is fully dark outside)

May 5 – John Ford Park

June 2 – Idlewild Park

July 7 – Moton Park

September 1 – Idlewild Park

September 15 – Hispanic Heritage night (Move will be in Spanish) – Thompson Park

October 6 – Academy Art Museum 

Event details can be found on the website: www.discovereaston.com/events 

Special thanks to our 2023 presenting sponsors Preston Automotive Group/Bay Country Security/Safehouse LLC for helping to keep our events free of charge to the community. Additional support is provided by Precision Exteriors, The Tidewater Inn, and the Town of Easton. 

About Easton EDC: The Easton Economic Development Corporation was launched in 2013 to drive economic vitality, smart redevelopment, and business creation in the historic Town of Easton, Maryland to foster a healthy quality of life for all generations. The EEDC works to catalyze Greater Easton’s continued prosperity as a diverse and healthy “smart town,” leading innovation where the land and water meet.