Sites listed in this category focus on non-religious celebrations of Easter. They are suitable for visitors of all ages, but designed primarily for adults. Listings provide information on the holiday's history, symbols, cultural significance, and celebrations around the world.

Sites designed primarily for children are listed in http://dmoz.org/Kids_and_Teens/People_and_Society/Holidays_and_Celebrations/Easter/.

Sites that focus on the religious aspects of Easter are listed in Society/Religion_and_Spirituality/Christianity/Calendar/Easter.

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Easter On The Net
The Easter bunny, Easter eggs, and other resources at this site from Holidays on the Net.
Bunnies And Easter Don't Mix
House Rabbit Society page helps adults make informed decision on purchasing a cute little bunny as an Easter gift.
A Chicken Named Fay
Humorous, animated, musical poem about an ugly chicken and her rabbit friend, and how they got to be symbols of Easter.
The Date of Easter
Gives the ecclesiastical rules for setting the date for Easter on calendars, differences with astronomical methods, and the current algorythm used to compute the date every year.
Easter
Includes recipes and information about celebrations, history, customs, and symbols.
Easter Lily Trivia
Tells of the Easter lily's popularization in the western world and shares tips for keeping the plants healthy.
The Easter Pages
Lets visitors roll a virtual Easter egg, learn about egg decorating, or send a virtual card.
Everything Easter
Features crafts, stories, and the history of various Easter symbols.
Greetings, Lore, & Customs for Springtime
Offers annotated links for Easter, the vernal equinox, and other cross-cultural springtide customs.
Infoplease.com: Easter and Passover
Features, history, traditions, and candy facts.
Whyeaster?com
Easter traditions around the world, fun activities, and why Easter exists.

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