Lake Highlands United Methodist Church welcomes families to its annual Easter Eggstravaganza and Egg Hunt Sat, March 23 from 10 a.m.–noon. Enjoy a petting zoo, face painting, crafts and cookie decorating. Lake Highlands United Methodist Church, 9015 Plano, 214.348.6600, free

 This weekend: A Wrinkle in Time, Tietze Shred, Woodrow ribbon cutting and music
‘A Wrinkle in Time’ begins tomorrow, March 22. For the 50th anniversary of the sci-fi classic, Dallas Children’s Theater draws in audiences with its top-notch production of an extra-terrestrial adventure across space and time. The play was adapted by John Glore for children 8 and above. The performance is in Baker Theater at Dallas Children’s Theater, 5938 Skillman. Call 214.978.0110 for more. Tickets are $16-$25.

Saturday, The Lake Highlands Exchange Club casino party, dinner and auction, which gets rolling at 6:30 p.m., is one of the organization’s biggest yearly fundraisers. Proceeds support scholarships for Lake Highlands High School students and neighborhood improvement projects. Park Lane Ranch, 8787 Park Lane, 214.549.0783, $45

Two Lake Highlands sisters-in-law are taking action after three women in the area were attacked at home. They’re organizing a Prayer Walk for this Sunday, March 24, and they’re inviting all of LH to “cover the streets in prayer.” At 4 p.m., Jessica Stampes Haas and a group will gather at the corner of Church and Ferndale and walk in all directions. Mindee Haas will start at Gunnison and Claybrook. They’re encouraging others to join them or to walk and pray in their own little corner of Lake Highlands. More details here …

See a movie — but before you buy, check Gary Dowell’s reviews of Spring Breakers and Olympus has Fallen.