The Port Huron Museum will present a program on Saturday, March 31 from 1 to 2:30 p.m. to celebrate the history of Easter. Discover little known and fun filled historical information about this modern holiday. Some Easter customs go back to Egyptian and Persian customs; can also be traced through the Jewish observance of Passover, to early European history, and on to America. The program will explore how the Easter holiday became associated with eggs, baskets, and springtime. Beautifully colored and decorated eggs are a well known tradition, hand-dipped and given out to celebrate the Easter holiday and springtime. Join the fun of dyeing eggs, using traditional natural pigments. Making a hand woven Easter basket and an Easter egg hunt around the Museum are part of the fun at the Carnegie Center on Sixth Street. Cost is $6 per person – $4 for museum members.