Lamorinda's Best

Food/Wine

  • Bunny Brunch -- 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. March 30. Family fun awaits you at the annual Bunny Brunch. Ticket price includes a pancake breakfast, an engaging and entertaining children's show put on by "Sheriff of Fun" Michael Goldstein, an exciting egg hunt for the kids, ARF's Pet Hug Pack and a visit from the Big Bunny. 500 St. Marys Road, Lafayette. $7-$9. Reservations needed. 925-284-2232, www.lafayetterec.org.

    Events

  • Orinda's Rotary's Annual Spring Egg Hunt -- 10:45 a.m. March 30. A favorite for parents of toddlers, kindergartners and young children up to age 7 only — will feature more than 1,000 eggs, 40-plus prizes and photos with "Big Bunny." Light refreshments will be available for the kids, along with coffee and pastries for the grown-ups. Plan to arrive early and be sure to bring a basket. Orinda Community Center Park, 28 Orinda Way, Orinda. 925-254-2445.

  • Pop In at The Barn! -- 11 a.m.-2 p.m. May 4. The first of a series of events throughout the year will be an open house and market at the Moraga Barn. The event is free and will showcase the Barn's vendors. The minimalistic and modern interior, warmed by natural light, offers a perfect canvas for all types of parties and events. Guests are free to explore the building in its entirety, including the glass bottom floor on the third level, which gives the space an incredible open feel. The venue includes high-speed wireless Internet connectivity, partial kitchen and built-in bar. 925 Country Club Drive, Moraga. 925-822-4720.

    Home and Garden

  • The Lafayette Community Garden and Outdoor Learning Center -- Now accepting new members for its new season from March through October. Located across from the Lafayette Reservoir entrance. For further information about the garden and to download a membership application, www.lafayettecommunitygarden.org or call Janet: 925-946-0563.

    Workshops

  • 'Speaking Fearlessly' -- 6:45-9 p.m. March 26. Experienced spekaers looking to refine their presentation/speaking skills. Lafayette. www.transitionpoint.org.

    Health

  • The Many Faces of Colon Cancer -- 6-8 p.m. March 28. An event focusing on the unique issues of colorectal cancer patients. Join an engaging panel of medical experts as they cover the most current information regarding prevention, screening, treatment options, surgical techniques, nutrition and survivorship. Lafayette Library and Learning Center, Community Room, 3491 Mt. Diablo Boulevard. 925-677-5041, Ext. 272.

    Volunteers

  • Lafayette Volunteer Vacancies -- Several positions open. Contact the city for application and additional information. Joanne Robbins, city clerk, 925-284-1968, www.ci.lafayette.ca.us.

    Seniors

  • Lafayette Senior Services -- CHP: Age Well/Drive Smart, 10:30 a.m.-noon April 4. $1-$3. Computer Terminology/Navigating the Internet 10:30 a.m.-noon April 9. Document Your Life Story 1:30-2:30 p.m. April 3, 17, May 8, 15. $1-$3. Lafayette Community Center, 500 Saint Marys Road, Lafayette. 925-284-5050.

    If you have a one-time event to run in the Best of the Sun calendar, send two weeks in advance to Lamorinda's Best, c/o the Times, P.O. Box 8099, Walnut Creek, CA 94596-8099, or e-mail to ccsun@bayareanewsgroup.com. For a news release form, contact Lisa Herendeen, 925-945-4785.