Holi, a festival of colors with roots in Hinduism, is now popularized across Southeast Asia and internationally, and there are several events in Seattle starting this weekend. Adam Filipowicz / Shutterstock

As of last Sunday, March 20, it's officially spring. Hopefully, this will bring about the end of the terrible Seattle winter weather, but, even if it doesn't, the beginning of spring also means it's time for Easter, Purim, and Holi. Here's a list of public events to mark all of these occasions, including a Bollywood dance party at Nectar with Holi colors provided, an Easter Bunny bar crawl, the Anti-Racist Purim Party, and a Psychedelic Equinox Party.

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CRY Seattle's Holi
This spring festival of colors (with roots in Hinduism, although it's now popularized across Southeast Asia and internationally) comes to Seattle, with all proceeds going towards CRY: Child Rights & You. They promise music by DJ RDX (Rohit Batra), and the chance to buy tons of tossable colors, along with food from Chaat N Roll. (March 19)

Holi Hai: India's Festival of Colors
To celebrate the beginning of spring, this event at Nectar features free henna from 8-10 pm, a Bollywood dance lesson at 10 pm, and Holi dance performance at 11 pm, for which colors will be provided for you to decorate your white clothing. The festivities continue tomorrow night with the RED BARAAT Festival of Colors, featuring Brooklyn-based eight-piece band Red Baraat, who NPR dubbed "the best party band in years" and are known for their mix of bhangra, go-go, rock, and jazz, and Bollywood singer/dancer/DJ Prashant. (March 19-20)

Vibha Holi Hai
Wear white and throw color on your friends (and strangers) at this outdoor festival in Issaquah where "anyone and everyone is fair game." There will also be a Bollywood DJ, food vendors, and free T-shirts for the first 100 entrants—plus free parking. (March 19)

Redmond Festival of Color
Redmond's outdoor Holi celebration features dance and color contests, prizes, and Indian food (as well as French fries). (March 26)

FOMOHOMO: Riots of Spring
GlamCocks presents this interdisciplinary celebration of spring, featuring special performances, art, and music from Succubass and Miss Shelrawka. As the organizers say, "Party like hell to celebrate the changing of the season!" (March 19)

Psychedelic Equinox Party
Celebrate the equinox at Blue Moon Tavern with a cover-free show featuring One Step From Everywhere & Redwing Blackbirds. (March 20)

Kiss Off: Spring Romance
Kiss Off, a queer women's club night, hosts this evening celebrating the end of winter and the beginning of spring. You're encouraged to "grab your spring fling and experience high romance" at Kremwerk, where there will be music from DJ Help and BMore Free, dancing from Kitty Kitty Bang Bang, Mara Quarantine, and BBMAGDA, and a special performance from Cannoli. (March 27)

Spring Fever
Live painting, local art, music, kids' activities, and food & drink from Seamonster are promised at Spring Fever. (March 27)

Bunny Bounce
This "Bunny Bounce" offers kids' activities (including egg hunts, crafts, and "bunny encounters") but the real draw is what's on offer for the critters. Woodland Park Zoo promises "Easter Enrichment for the Animals" and no joke: it's part of their program to enrich the lives of the zoo's animals and "promote natural animal behavior." (March 26)

BunnyCon: The Easter Bunny Bar Hop 2016
A 14-hour bar crawl, because what else do you do to prepare for Easter? Rule #1 on the ticket page: "My name is Bunny. Your name is Bunny. We are Bunny. Who's in charge here? Bunny!" (March 26)

BadWill Market: Easter's Eve Edition
This "Easter's Eve" edition of BadWill Market (a monthly pop up) offers day drinking, food, shopping, and music, plus festive activities like an egg hunt and bunnies! (March 26)

Church of HONK!: A Brassy Easter Service
HONK! Fest West's Easter concert features an adult Easter egg hunt, "fancy cocktails," and live music from brass bands Filthy FemCorps, Chaotic Noise Marching Corps, The m9 and Butt Dial. You're encouraged to wear your Easter best (bonnets and white gloves if you have them)! (March 27)

Easter Brunch Cruise
This two-hour cruise around Lake Union and Lake Washington starts with a champagne or sparkling cider toast and includes a buffet (which you can eat at your own private table), site narration from the captain, and a special visit from the Waterways Cruises SeaBunny—with "treats for the children." For an additional fee, you can also upgrade to a special package with flowers, personalized cakes, and more champagne. (March 27)

Easter Brunch
If you'd rather eat out at a restaurant on the ground, your brunch options include RN74, Maximilien in the Market, Golden Beetle, Delicatus, Serafina (with live jazz from Pasquale), and the Melting Pot (with "endless fondue").

Kill The Keg
What screams Easter more than listening to metal, drinking $1 drafts, and watching a "hunky Jesus contest"? (March 27)

Pastor Kaleb's Easter Sunday Service
It's the 17th annual nondenominational-in-the-extreme Easter Sunday service by Pastor Kaleb Hagen-Kerr, a performance artist who gave his first official service in the streets during Seattle's WTO protests in 1999 and has been a local legend ever since. There are currently no more tickets for this event available online, but there's always a chance there might be some at the door. (March 27)

Stiffed Easter Sunday Tea Dance
Kremwerk will host an Easter edition of their Sunday Tea Dances, which harken back to the tradition of gay men in the 1970s who "were consciously rebelling against the effete stereotypes associated with the manicured, sweater-wearing, tea-drinking gays of the Fire Island set," and instead wore T-shirts and drank beer—on Sunday afternoons, in order to make the most of the weekend and still make it to work the next day. Kremwerk's free Tea Dance will feature disco music from DJs Dana Dub and Pavone and a $1 beer bust. (March 27)

SJCC Purim Carnival
The Stroum Jewish Community Center's carnival features carnival games, a Purim play, a costume contest, face painting, and "Purim Land" for kids under 5. There will also be a hamentashen bake-off and food trucks. (March 20)

Purim Party: Good vs. Evil
Jconnect Seattle, Moishe House, and TDHS-The Tribe will host this Purim party at the Sunset Tavern, promising "a short Megillah spiel, costume contest, hamentashen galore, and the ultimate dance party with DJ Leo Santana!" (March 24)

Purim Under the Sea
Celebrate Purim with magicians, costumes, and food at the Mercer Island Community Center. (March 24)

Until You Don't Know: An Anti-Racist Purim Party
This fundraiser for the Seattle Young People's Project promises a combination of beer and hamentashen. The organizers say, "Party with fellow Jews, organizers, musicians, artists, and rabble-rousers in honoring Purim in the most traditional way: provocative political theater, dancing, and, drinking until you just don't know what's what anymore." There will also be a political performance and live music from the Bucharest Drinking Team, and you're encouraged to wear a costume honoring the most "ludicrous political moment of 2016" to. (March 26)

Purim Party at Salsa N' Seattle
Dancing, costumes, food and drink are all on offer at this "outrageous" Purim party. (March 26)