[Easter] We celebrate Easter on the first Sunday after a full moon..


We celebrate Easter on the first Sunday after a full moon and following the vernal equinox. This holiday celebrates the miracle of Jesus Christ rising from the dead. Many have traditionally celebrated by going to church services and having a big family meal together. These days many celebrate the Holiday by painting hard boiled eggs and having Easter Egg Hunts which include finding candies and chocolates in addition to the painted eggs. Traditional colors associated with Easter are pastels – the lighter shades of color. One symbol of Easter is the Easter Bunny who brings the eggs and gifts. Easter has grown to be popular throughout the world and is celebrated by many.

Fun Facts

  • Easter celebrates the event that proved to the world that Jesus Christ was the son of God and vital to the belief in and growth of Christianity all over the world.
  • Every day of the year, 5 million marshmallow bunnies and chicks are made in preparation for Easter.
  • The biggest Easter Egg ever made was 7.6 meters high and weighed over 4,000 kilograms.