Dress-up! Since the early-mid 19th century kids and youth in Sweden have dressed up as påskkärring on Easter. Either on Maundy Thursday or Holy Saturday.
The tradition refers to the 17th century belief in witches. They flew on their brooms to the legendary island Blåkulla for a three day witches’ sabbath with the Devil.
The modern påskkärring knocks the doors in the neighborhood and gives a drawing saying Happy Easter. In return the påskkärring gets Easter candy. Happy Easter!