If you live in the UK, it probably will be, as its typically two paid days off work or no school.
Despite the symbolism used, we usually associate Easter with Jesus. How wrong is that idea?
It turns out, that in the same way as christmas, Easter is derived from pre-christian pagan festivals, celebrating gods of the time, such as "Eastre" - the Anglo-Saxon name of a Teutonic goddess of spring and fertility. It coincides with the time of the vernal (spring) equinox. Its at this time that the days start getting longer again (for us northern hemispherers) Easter is also derived from Jewish passover celebrations, such as were being observed during the alleged "last supper".
Despite the christian overtones, we still welcome the fertility of spring with our references to bunnies and eggs. There are plenty of reasons to celebrate Easter for me, but none of them have anything to do with Jesus. Even hot cross buns come from Saxon traditions of "Eastre" worship and the cross represents the quaters of the moon.
Whatever you think, have a nice one. (Look at the History Channel website for more info on Easter)