Have a fun, festive, and frivolous Sunday on this, the day of the resurrection of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Or not.

Be sure to hit up the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence's Easter Party in Dolores Park. Those wacky gals are hosting a Best Bonnet Contest (1 p.m.); a Hunky Jesus Competition (3:20 p.m.); music from the B-Cups, the Ex-Boyfriends, SFBoylesque, and Charm School Dropouts; mayhem, mirth, and much more. A spring-y, sun-drenched San Francisco tradition not to be missed. free

Don't forget the 8th Annual Bring Your Own Big Wheel Race, where you plunge downhill at dangerous speeds on nothing but a flimsy, plastic child's toy. Starts at 5 p.m. at Vermont and 20th Street (curvier than too touristy Lombard Street, by God!) free

Or you can check out Easter's Dead: an evening with film artist, Charles Chadwick. The local and wildly acclaimed film maker's interests of the now include "the existential potentials of non-narrative cinema and experimental music." Heavy, indeed. Some of his bite-sized features will include , "an educational, phenomenological film about your local waterworks;" Mirror Reflected, about a "man [who ]enters a dark warehouse [and then] subsequently discovers that he is unable to escape;" Here Lie Serpents about "a depiction of what could be called ordinary gods: masters of their own interpretations, but without other worldly deities to define them;" and many more.

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