Easter fun was not dampened by a little rain.
Children from across the city converged on the Nathaniel Bowditch School yesterday for arts and crafts, games of fun and skill, and a chance to meet with the Easter Bunny. The rain fell and the streets were wet, but all who came an egg did get. Children ran to laugh and play, to celebrate the Bunny's day. This annual event is sponsored by the Mayor's Office and run by the Salem Y. Check out our photos of the festivites.
A selection of sumptuous and festive dining options.
Back in the dark ages of downtown Salem, the choices for Easter Brunch were few and far between. Empty buildings dotted the mall and Washington Street. Times sure have changed as more than a few fine eateries are preparing Easter brunch for you and your family. Dress up in your Easter finest and drop in on one of these local restaurants for a serving of eggs benedict or a plate of waffles. Hawthorne Hotel - Beginning at 10:30 a.m., a breakfast buffet will be available. Along with the usual breakfast items, try the carving station featuring honey baked ham, slow roasted prime rib or rosemary and garlic roasted leg of lamb. The buffet is served until 6 p.m. The cost is $40.95 for adults. Children are $16.95. Lyceum - A menu brunch begins at…