It's already the last weekend of March and spring is finally here! It's time to get outside and explore Hamilton County and partake in fun events. Read on for ideas and also ways to celebrate Easter in Hamilton County. For even more, be sure to look at our full online calendar of events.

1. Check out the display of beautiful and colorful decorated eggs of all sizes at the Museum of Miniature Houses and Other Collections in Carmel. While you're there, browse the other displays of miniature masterpieces by skilled miniaturists.  

2. Conner Prairie opens TODAY! Both outdoor and indoor areas will be open for visitors to explore. The new Nature Walk will also be open so visitors can experience distinct natural areas on the property, including the prairie. Conner Prairie will be open daily from today through April 7 from 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. so students can enjoy the museum during their spring break. 

3. This Saturday will be the perfect day for an egg hunt! Head to Clay Terrace Mall for their Easter Egg Hunt at 10 a.m. There will be prizes for kids and parents too! Also, no egg hunt is complete without a visit from the Easter Bunny himself. 

4. Do you have a dog of a "bully breed"? Parade-A-Bull this Saturday at the Monon Community Center is for you! It is a celebration of all things "bully breed" where there will be free information, discount vaccines for your pup and more. Best of all, it's free!  

5. Attend the LAST Winter Market of this season at the Carmel City Center this Saturday morning. From 9 a.m.- noon vendors will be selling tasty baked goods, teas, prepared foods, meats and much more. This will be the last chance to get your market fix until the summer markets begin in May!

6. Make reservations for a delicious Easter brunch here in Hamilton County. Prairie View Golf Club is hosting brunch from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and will offer up everything from egg casserole to classic ham. Or head to Rita's Tea Room in Fishers beginning at 11 a.m. for brunch selections accompanied by hot or iced tea.  

7. Get spooked by attending the Nefarious Noblesville Ghost Walk. Make reservations for the walk hosted by Unseen Press this Saturday that will highlight historical and spooky facts about downtown Noblesville.  

8. Gather family and friends and head to the Palladium this Friday for a showing of "Singin' in the Rain." The film is designated as a Heartland Truly Moving Picture and is being shown as a part of The Great American Songbook Movie Series. Watch the classic film come to life again on the big screen of the Palladium concert hall!