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From Easter egg hunts to snowboarding, there's a lot to do in the Twin Cities this weekend

Spring can be bittersweet, but there's a lot to embrace.

MINNEAPOLIS — If you're itching to get outside after prolonged cold temperatures, businesses and organizations across the metro and ready for you.

The American Swedish Institute is one of the many organizations hosting Easter egg hunts. 

Their event is so popular, it's sold out online for Saturday's hunt in a castle. 

But don't worry, there's still plenty to do. 

Emerald Greens Golf Course's driving range opened Friday and is expected to open its full course this week. 

"The range will be open all weekend and into the future," said Curt Thurmes, the tournament director at the course. "With the warm weather, the golf course should be open very soon possibly this week." 

Buck Hill had its last weekend but will be open for one final run on Saturday. 

"It's gonna be beautiful weather out, we have a lot of snow," said Nate Birr, Buck Hill's COO. 

A few runs on the north side of the lot will be open as well as tubing.

"People sometimes will wear shorts," said Birr. "They'll wear T-shirts, I've seen people go shirtless." 

Buck Hill will be open from 10a to 6p on Saturday. 

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