This weekend in Edmonds: Live theater, ballet, wine tasting — and an egg hunt!

You can find activities for all ages in Edmonds this weekend, starting with live theater Friday-Sunday as The Driftwood Players present the musical comedy “Nunsense,” at the Wade James Theater (see Ellen Chappelle’s review here), and the romantic comedy “Drinking Alone” continues its run at the Phoenix Theater in Firdale Village. Olympic Ballet Theatre performs the classic “Coppélia, the Girl with Enamel Eyes,” and The Edmonds Theater is showing “Rio,” from the makers of the animated “Ice Age” movies, this weekend.

PCC Natural Markets store on Edmonds Way is hosting its annual Egg Scrambles event at 9 a.m., which is free for children 8 and under. Bring your own basket and camera to hunt for prize-filled eggs and snap a photo with the Easter Bunny. After the egg hunt, receive a treat from PCC and enter to win special prizes. This year PCC is asking participants to bring an item to donate to local food banks, and the PCC Bunny will be on-site to collect the food. In the afternoon, enjoy Saturday wine tasting at Arista Wine Cellards, 320 5th Ave. S., featuring wines from France: Loire, Rhone and Rousillon.

And remember that Monday, award-winning singer/songwriter Randy Newman (“Short People,” “I Love L.A.”) performs at the Edmonds Center for the Arts.

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