On Thursday, April 14, the Easter Bunny rode along with the Ardmore Fire Department to Regional Park for the 16th annual Eggstravaganza. From the Ardmore Parks & Recreation Department: HAPPY EASTER
Greetings from the Easter Bunny! You and your loved ones are in my thoughts and prayers on this special day. The Bunny Hop has been a popular Easter tradition at Disneyland in the past. This was available in a variety of ways. Let’s take a look back at the Bunny Hop’s two versions at Disneyland today.
The Bunny Hop made an appearance on Main Street, USA, in 2013. The Easter Bunny, Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, the Dapper Dans, and other entertainers also made appearances on Main Street. This was a component of Disneyland’s Spring Fling event. As the parade made its way down Main Street, the Dapper Dans sang a variety of additional tunes. Then, everyone was asked to engage in the Bunny Hop dance. Disneyland’s Easter celebration was delightful and joyous. Carl Fredrickson wore his Easter Bunny ears at Disney California Adventure to help celebrate the occasion.
It was renamed the Big Thunder Ranch Jamboree Bunny Hop in the following year, with a more Western feel. A few years later, it became known as the Springtime Roundup. It was a lot of fun to celebrate Easter in a more down-to-earth way than on Main Street. The Bunny Hop was attended by a variety of personalities on a variety of days and times. Throughout the Big Thunder Ranch Jamboree, Easter Eggs of all kinds may be discovered. A few might be considered as “Easter Eggs” for the region to become Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in future.
To encourage kids to explore their surroundings, Ardmore Parks and Recreation concealed 30,000 candy bars across town.
During the twilight hunt, children queue up with their baskets to search for eggs. A candy bar or a little gift was inside each egg.
Easter Bunny visits on Main Street, USA, have continued to grow in recent years. However, the Bunny Hop hasn’t been seen in recent times. Both Easter Bunny ears don’t have Pluto in them. One of Disneyland’s most memorable attractions is the Bunny Hop.
Do you recall all the numerous versions of the Bunny Hop that Disneyland has had throughout the years? Which one of these did you prefer? If you’d like, you may leave your thoughts and recollections in the space provided below.