If you don’t already have Easter plans, there’s plenty happening on Sunday to keep you busy, starting with Brooklyn Cider House’s all-day brunch on the deck (dogs welcome!), featuring its regular menu (including cider mimosas) as well as a braised lamb shoulder and spring vegetables special. After loading up a satisfying breakfast, head to Rooftop Reds for an adult spin on the traditional Easter egg hunt, with wine prizes for the winners, from 2-5pm. Tickets are $40 each, which includes an Easter basket, a glass of bubbly, and the hunt itself. Finally, take a trip with The House of Yes! to indoor-outdoor venue, 99 Scott, for an Earth Day extravaganza featuring art installations, educational panels, soundscapes, a dance party, and environmental initiatives. The all-day, all-ages Earth Love Fest starts at noon and you can register here.