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Show us your Easter bonnet! … or your pooch on parade, your Easter egg hunt, etc


Easter in (Lee/OakLawn) Turtle Creek Park is a tradition that dates back to the 1960s for the residents of the Oak Lawn gayborhood.

For me personally, it is a tradition that dates back to the late 1980s when I first moved to Dallas. Picnicking in the park in our best Easter outfits (complete with the most outrageous Easter bonnet possible), listening to the Dallas Symphony while watching the Pooch Parade was something I always looked forward to each Spring.

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