CLEVELAND — Have you lived in Northeast Ohio forever, or maybe you're new to the area? Whatever your story, the region has tons to offer when it comes to experiences and adventures.
However, at times it can be hard to find and narrow down the best ways to spend your time. That's where I come in.
Normally, I keep you up to date on the latest pop culture stories every day in "Pop Break" on "What's New" at 5 p.m., but now, with this new segment "3 Things Poppin' in Northeast Ohio," I'll be sharing with you my picks for trendy things to do on the weekends.
So without further delay, here's what I think you should check out this weekend, April 1 - April 3.
Adult Easter Egg Hunt at The Winery at Spring Hill
Whoever said Easter egg hunts are for kids is wrong. This weekend, The Winery at Spring Hill in Geneva is calling those 21-and-older to its adult Easter egg hunt.
The popular event is back after a 3-years hiatus, you can hop on over Saturday for the fun at 1p.m or 3:30 p-m.
We hear there are 4,000 eggs being hidden and winners can take home up to $100. Costumes are encouraged and for tickets will cost you just about 20 bucks and include one adult beverage.
And if you miss this one, no worries. They're hosting two more hunts next weekend.
Funny Bus City Tour in The Flats
And if you’re looking for a good laugh, how about a ride on the Cleveland funny bus tour? With the help of a local comedian, you’ll get the perfect blend of history and comedy during a 90-minute tour of the city's most interesting sports.
The event is BYOB and the tour will cost you just under $30.
The bus takes off from Collision Bend Brewery in the flats this Saturday and Sunday at 4 p.m. and 2 p.m. respectively.
Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella at Near West Theater
And last but certainly not least, you can feel the magic at the Near West Theater with their production of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella.
With shows tonight, Saturday and Sunday, The cast and crew has been working to bring everything to life.
Tickets are a ‘Pay what you can donation,” but the suggestion is $15.
If you have idea for an event you think should I should mention, you can tweet me at Kierra Cotton or email me at Kcotton@wkyc.com.
*Editor's Note: The video in the player above is from a previous report.