Easter and Spring Celebrations Throughout The Palm Beaches

-Brunch, Egg Hunts and Photo Opportunities Just a Few Ways to Celebrate-

THE PALM BEACHES, Fla. (April 9,2014) - The Palm Beaches is the perfect place to relax, unwind, and celebrate spring. Whether you are looking for a beach getaway to celebrate Easter with
loved ones, or indulging in a culturally enriching weekend for two.  The Palm Beaches offer beautiful weather and an exciting event calendar sure to please any traveler.

"With 47 miles of coastline for exploration, comfortable temperatures in the 70's and 80's with a calendar full of celebrations and events, there is no better place to enjoy a spring vacation or celebrate Easter than The Palm Beaches," stated Discover Palm Beach County President & CEO
Jorge Pesquera.  "From breathtaking brunch displays at some of our legendary resorts to free Easter Egg Hunts and family fun, there is something for everyone."

The following are some of the upcoming spring and Easter celebrations in The Palm Beaches:

The Breakers is celebrating Easter April 17-20, with four full days of fun during their Spring Festival. Daily activities including tie-dying t-shirts, bicycle tours, movies under the stars and visits with the Easter Bunny. On Sunday, April 20 The Breakers Annual Easter Egg Hunt begins on the front lawn at 10:30 a.m. with Easter Sunday Brunch following at three of the resort's restaurants: The Circle, Ponce de Leon Ballroom and Flagler Steakhouse.

The tradition continues with Chef Gerard Coughlin's Easter Brunch Buffet at The Chesterfield Hotel featuring a succulent seafood display, classic eggs benedict, omelet station, an array of fresh salads and vegetables, carving station with beef tenderloin and honey cured ham, plus a decadent chocolate fondue station and much more. Each child will receive special Easter treats to
mark the occasion in style. $69 per adult and $25 per child 12 and under. Guaranteed reservations are required.

The Palm Beach Zoo is celebrating Easter with three opportunities to meet the Easter Bunny and friends. Registration is open for a 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. breakfast on Saturday, April 12 and Sunday, April 13 as well as Saturday, April 19. Following a hot breakfast buffet at the Tropics Café at the zoo, participants will have the chance to meet the bunny and participate in an
exciting Easter egg hunt.

The Marriott Delray Beach is offering guests both Easter Brunch and Dinner this Easter Sunday. Taking place in the Seacrest Ballroom, there are two seatings (12 p.m. and 2 p.m.) for a brunch that includes traditional breakfast and lunches including a carving station, seafood station, dessert display and more. Dinner reservations are available from 5 p.m.-9 p.m. and include a three-course meal complemented by a dessert station. Menu selections include a macadamia crusted ahi tuna tar tar, over roasted turkey breast and a bleu cheese crusted filet mignon, just to name a few.

Start the celebration early at the Free Family Fun Fest at CityPlace on Sunday, April 13 from 1 p.m.- 4 p.m. This month's event, themed Hop Hop Hooray, features photo opportunities with the Easter Bunny, an egg hunt throughout CityPlace, egg coloring, crafts, relay races and more.

Jupiter Beach Resort & Spa is serving Easter Brunch on Sunday from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. in
the Grand Ballroom offering breakfast canapés and eggs benedict stations, a raw bar, carving station and more for $45 per person, plus tax and gratuity.

April 25-27, Delray Beach will celebrate its 52nd Delray Affair, the largest arts and crafts festival in the Southeast United States. Stretching 12 blocks along Atlantic Avenue, the city's main hub
of retail and dining, the event brings a mix of fine art, eclectic works and fun crafts to the heart of Delray Beach. Live music, great food, and activities for the kids are just a few of the reasons this event is one of the county's largest.

About Discover Palm Beach County

Discover Palm Beach County, formerly the Convention and Visitors Bureau, is the official tourism marketing corporation that promotes the collection of 38 cities and towns and 15 tourism districts in Palm Beach County, commonly referred to as, The Palm Beaches, Florida. Tourism is among Palm Beach County's major industries generating an annual economic impact of more than $5 billion in the local economy, producing $30 million dollars in bed-tax revenue, lodging sales of approximately $623 million, and supporting 45,000 jobs.




Scott Schoenen,
Discover Palm Beach County                                                        Maria Hayworth, Hayworth PR
561.233.3030 sschoenen@palmbeachfl.com                    386.677.7000, maria@hayworthpr.com