We found a couple of egg-citing events that might be great for this Easter weekend
1. Little B.I.G Market: Easter at Ben's Independent Grocer (Plaza Batai), 10am - 5pm, 16 April
Spend your Easter Sunday in the best way possible: Food. There will be free truffle eggs to the first 100 people as well as a wide array of homemade goodies by Fraiche Designer Delectable, Bubbles Eggette, Good Friends Cafe and more. There will also be activities perfect for the little ones.
2. Easter Sunday Brunch at Drift Dining Bar, 12pm - 4pm, 16 April
Enjoy a full brunch spread featuring freshly shucked oysters, crab claw shooters, pancakes with vanilla butter, maple syrup and crispy bacon, and more - all complete with free flow drinks or champagne.
The brunch is priced at RM250++ for food and free flow or RM120++ for the food alone. For more info, visit the event page.
3. Support Earth Month with Estee Lauder Companies @ Mid Valley, till 16 April
The beauty company has a couple of ways to help you help Mother Nature. Just visit their booth at the West Lobby in Mid Valley from now till 16 April where you can take part in activities such as: Plant A Tree (by donating RM20 to sponsor a sapling OR purchase any Origins products OR sign up as volunteers to help plant trees at the site), Eco-Challenge: Bike Blender (take the bike challenge and try to "Blend Your Own" fruit juice within a time limit where Estee Lauder Companies will plant a tree for every successful attempt), and more.
4. Aloha Ride at Aloha Cycle Club@Plaza Damas, 12pm - 1pm, 16 April
If you haven't tried the Aloha signature 45-minute beat-driven indoor cycling class, this is a great opportunity to do so as the session is part of their soft launch at a special price of RM50.
6. Pun Competition Episode 2 at The Bee@Publika, 7.30pm - 10.30pm, 16 April
It's an o-pun mic competition where each contestant will have two minutes to showcase their funny talent, be it with props or in costume. Be part of the audience and be prepared for an evening of witty one-liners (or cold jokes).
Tickets are priced at RM30 per person. For more info, visit the event page.