Handy guides to this year's most exciting Easter events

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Looking to show the kids a little Easter fun? Egg hunts, basket making workshops, jump castles, magic shows, and appearances by the Easter Bunny are a dime a dozen this week.

Lots of municipalities and other groups are hosting events catering to the younger crowd over the next couple of days, and The Post and Courier has a useful guide of what's happening when and where.

Want more? The City of Charleston's website has a nice little round-up of their own of Easter events for all ages; take a look.

Oh yeah, don't forget about the 3rd Annual Charleston Egg Drop! Children (ages two-year-olds to fifth grade) will watch from a safe distance as a helicopter releases over 30,000 candy-filled plastic eggs onto a large field already covered with thousands of plastic eggs. Onsite registration begins at the Coastal Community Church on Saturday, April 24th, at 9:45 a.m.