Happy Easter and Passover! Here is what’s going on over at SantaRosaMom.com this week:

Easter Egg Hunts
There are quite a few egg hunts happening this weekend all around Sonoma County. Check out our guide to find one near you.

50 things for your teen’s basket
It’s not too hard to find things for your toddler’s basket. But what about your teen? Contrary to popular belief, you’re never too old for an Easter basket. Here are FIFTY ideas that your teen will love to receive from the Easter bunny.

Cold lunch ideas
A mom shares a few of her favorite ideas for cold lunches. What are some of yours?

Rincon Valley relocation
A Marin family is looking to relocate to Rincon Valley, mostly because of all the good things they’ve heard about the schools in that area. They would love any information on the area that you may have for them.

Stolen car with baby inside
This week a mom in San Jose has thankfully been reunited with her baby after her car was stolen with her child inside. But the ending could have been very different…

Family events

Friday, March 29
Cesar Millan Live: The Dog Whisperer makes a special appearance at the Wells Fargo Center for the Arts, sharing his secrets on how to transform dogs and their owners in a seminar every dog owner will find valuable information at. $45-$65. 8 p.m. 50 Mark West Springs Rd. wellsfargocenterarts.org

Friday, March 29
Community Passover Dinner: La Bodega is hosting a public Passover dinner, beginning with a short ceremony led by Manus Monroe, singing and music by Singing Cowboy Scott Gerber and Barbara Friday, and delicious food by Rick Vargas. Kids more than welcome at this family event. $28. 6:30-9:30 p.m. Sonoma Wine Shop & La Bodega. 2295 Gravenstein Hwy South, Sebastopol. sonomawineshop.com

Saturday, March 30
Decorate Easter Eggs: Bring the family and join the decorating event going on in the parking lot of Petaluma Market. There will also be face painting, treats, goody bags, balloons, and more. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. 210 Western Ave., Petaluma. petalumamarket.com

Saturday, March 30
Kids free day at Charles Schulz Museum: The museum will hold a day of fun, including hands-on crafts and activities in celebration of spring. While kids are free, adults are $10 and seniors are $5. 2301 Hardies Ln., Santa Rosa. schulzmuseum.org

March 29-31
Wind in the Willows: Actors Theater for Children will perform the classic tale at the Steele Lane Community Center. $5.  Friday, 7:30 p.m., Saturday, 1 p.m. and 3:30 p.m., Sunday, 3 p.m. 415 Steele Ln., Santa Rosa. actorstheaterforchildren.com

Sunday, March 31
Children’s Storytelling:  Every Sunday, Scott the Storyteller delights children with imaginative stories using music and puppets in a free story performance at A Likely Story in Petaluma.  12 p.m. 151 Petaluma Blvd. S., Suite 107, Petaluma. alikelystorybook.com

Have a wonderful weekend filled with family and friends, and I’ll see you on the forums!

Crissi Langwell