Mar 31, 2013 7:55 PM by Erika Flores
TUCSON-Tucsonans are getting together with their family to celebrate the holiest day on the Christian calendar.
Parks are packed, restaurants, churches and busy streets backed up and that can only mean one thing during spring and that's Easter Sunday.
A festive tune and an Easter brunch gets the celebration started.
Then it's off to church where families take picture s and celebrate the meaning of Easter.
"Family time is very important. I think that's the number one besides celebrating our Lord," said Jorge Cardona.
Streets and parking lots were packed and everybody in their Sunday best walked blocks to get to mass.
After church, the grill was fired up.
While the meat was cooking, dad and son play ball, and the little ones were all smiles after getting a few sweets in their Easter basket.