Shopping Report: Hopping & Shopping

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With Passover, Easter and Orioles’ Opening Day all happening this week, it seems that Spring has finally taken hold. In between the matzah and the bunny and the baseball, there’s plenty of time to shop. And the stores of Baltimore have you covered, with events and sales galore.

On Saturday, April 4, The Corduroy Button in The Shops at Kenilworth hosts breakfast with the Easter Bunny and an egg hunt. The event starts bright and early and tickets are available at The Corduroy Button and Su Casa. The Bunny will be available for photos, as well, from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Fill up your shoe closet with a visit to Samuel Parker Clothier. Though April 4th, Raincourt & Co. footwear, including loafers, moccasins and boots will be 20% off.

Through April 4, Francesca’s Atelier in Green Spring Station will host a trunk show featuring the evening and cocktail wear of Rita Vinieris.

On Wednesday, April 8, Painted Palette Baltimore will be at Wee Chic Boutique, hosting a fun canvas art painting project. And parents of tween girls should mark their calendars for Saturday the 18 and Saturday the 25, when tween photographer Kakki Morrison will be at Wee Chic, offering 40-minute photo sessions for up to four girls at a time.

Visit Linens & Lingerie in Ruxton and enter to win a Spring goody-filled basket plus a $20 L&L gift certificate.

At The House Downtown in Belvedere Square, custom upholstered furniture is up to 40% off through May 15.

Sale items are an extra 50% off at Octavia II in Cross Keys.

Join the Birthday Club at Ruth Shaw – all they need is the month and day of your birth!

At Stebbins Anderson in The Shops at Kenilworth, a remodeling sale is still on, with 40% off in hardware, 30% off in lawn and garden and by one get one free in housewares.

Mark your calendars for the 2015 Harbor East FashionEASTa Fashion Show, which will take place on Saturday, April 25.

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