There's plenty for everyone to do this Easter. If you want to bend it like Beckham, lace-up! Brazilian Soccer Schools and Premier Sport and Leisure will hold a four-day Easter Soccer Camp from March 30 on Cheung Chau Island for youngsters aged from five to 14. There will be a wide variety of activities including water sports, drama, rope courses and, of course, football. The price is $2,150. Call Brazilian Soccer Schools on 2385 9677 or Premier Sport on 9278 2774 for details. Other festive options include the Ocean Park Pandas & Friends Funfest. The theme park has built a six-metre-high Easter egg and a gigantic Easter egg basket. People can buy special eggs to put in the giant basket. The proceeds will go to the Hong Kong Society for Panda Conservation. There will be a competition to see who can guess the final number of eggs in the basket. Those looking for a fun family day along with a good meal can go to Sai Square at Sai Kung waterfront, where a host of activities such as an egg hunt, an egg decorating contest, an egg-and-spoon race and a bunny-hop sack race will be held. The events will continue until Monday. Entrance is free, but Sai Square restaurant customers will be given priority. An Easter dinner buffet for one adult and a child under 10 is $199, and $78 for children over 10. Call 2792 8900 for reservations. Animal lovers may visit the SPCA Homing Services centres to check out a potential bunny housemate. The cost of adopting a rabbit ranges from $20 to $100. Proof of residential address is necessary for adoption, and if you are under 21 your parents must adopt the bunny on your behalf. Call the SPCA Homing Department on 2232 5529 for more information. If you're in Tsim Sha Tsui you can stop by the wishing well set up by the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Hong Kong (MAWF) on the third floor of Ocean Terminal. It will be there until Monday, and people donating more than $20 to this charity, which grants wishes to children with life-threatening illnesses, will receive sweets and a bunny ear headdress.