Please join us April 3rd for our 2021 Spring Celebration!

10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Berlin Spring Celebration of Hope Poster

Join us for a Safe Easter Egg Hunt all around the downtown Berlin shops and restaurants. Colorful plastic eggs, filled with treats will be “hidden” outside businesses. Eggs will be replenished throughout the day until gone.

Visitors are asked to practice social distancing, wear a face covering, use our convenient hand sanitizers around town, and wear a colorful, homemade Easter Bonnet. Take a selfie in front of our Spring Celebration of Hope Display located at 111 Artisans Way, near House Berlin and Health Freedom. Then, post it on the Berlin Maryland Chamber of Commerce Facebook page for a chance to win an Easter Basket from On What Grounds Coffee (and chocolate) shop. Prizes will be awarded for Most Creative, Most Original, and Most Environmentally Friendly.

Please recycle your Easter Eggs after retrieving your treats by placing them in one of the colorful recycling bins around town.

All children must be accompanied by an adult and use crosswalks when crossing the streets.

Please have children stand on the Bunny Paw Prints painted on the sidewalks during all Easter Bunny Meet and Greets. Approximately 20 children can been visited at each stop along the  Bunny Trail except for the first stop at Worcester Youth and Family Counseling, where we can accommodate 50 kids. (See below for Bunny Trail times and locations.)

Bunny Trail Meet and Greet times and Locations

10am. Worcester Youth and Family Counseling,124 N. Main St.
11am Beach Memories, 106 N. Main St.
11:30. World of Toys, 115 N. Main St.
12 noon: Rayne’s Reef Luncheonette, 10 N. Main St.
12:30 Victorian Charm, 100 N. Main St.
1pm. Island Creamery, 120 N. Main St.
1:30p Heart of Gold Kids, 27 N. Main St.
2pm Una Bella Salute, 14 Broad St.
2:30pm Baked Dessert Cafe, 4 Bay St.
2:45 Life’s Simple Pleasures, 10 S. Main St.
3pm Dusty Lamb, 3 S. Main St.
3:15 Dream Weaver, 2 S. Main St.
3:30 Church Mouse, 101 N. Main St.
4:00 Dolle’s Candyland, 1 S. Main St.