Looks like the Easter Bunny got his pilot’s license. Saturday morning, March 30, like manna from the heavens, thousands of plastic, goody-filled eggs will drop from the sky onto Lake Highlands North Park (on Church, directly across from Lake Highlands High School). Festivities, sponsored by Prestonwood Church,  include a petting zoo, face painting and food trucks and begin at 10 a.m. and go on until 1 p.m. The eggs will fall at 11 and the egg hunt and collection is restricted to second ages 2 through third graders (sorry big kids, but we assume there is too much opportunity for trampling and sugar-fueled violence should anyone over 4-feet tall get involved *update, based on comment section: I guess third graders are bigger than I remember, so 4+ foot tall third graders welcome).

OK, I’ll say it: Finally, a helicopter in Lake Highlands that isn’t searching for a criminal.

Love is in the tulips at the Dallas Arboretum this weekend.

Love is in the tulips at the Dallas Arboretum this weekend.

Dallas Arboretum knows how to throw an Easter party. On Good Friday, they’ve got the Eddie Coker Good Friday Children’s Concert from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will also be various other Children’s activities, such as a petting zoo, face painting, and photo ops with a live bunny. On Easter Sunday, there’s an Easter Brunch in Restaurant DeGolyer at 10:30 a.m. There’s limited space, so book asap. Ticket prices are $65 for adults; $25 for ages 10 to five; and kids four and under are free.

In un-Easter events, the CEO of ClubCorp and 100 other people are shaving their heads on Saturday to raise awareness and funds during the 10th annual St. Baldrick’s Day. They’ll be at Trinity Hall Irish Pub & Restaurant in Mockingbird Station at 10 a.m., losing their locks in hopes of raising $100,000 for the St. Baldrick’s foundation. For more info, as well as a photoshopped before/after picture, check out this website.

Also this weekend, the Bath House Cultural Center is hosting a staged poem based on the letters from Vincent Van Gogh to his brother, Theo. There will be three performances — tonight, tomorrow night and Saturday — all starting at 8 p.m.