This Saturday, March 23, 2019, from 3:00pm to 6:00pm in your local time zone, Treecko will be the star of the show in March’s Pokémon GO Community Day.
During these three hours, Treecko will be very common and much easier to catch, and it should presumably have a greater chance of it appearing as a Shiny — as is the case with most Community Days.
If you evolve Grovyle — Treecko’s evolution — during the three-hour window and up to one hour afterwards, it will know the event-only move Frenzy Plant as a Sceptile.
Lastly, throughout the event, Incubators will receive a massive boost, hatching Eggs that were placed in them during the event four-times faster than usual, which is a great way to get a bunch of Eggs hatched.
Spring is nearly upon those in the northern hemisphere, while Autumn has almost arrived down in the southern hemisphere. To celebrate this change of seasons, Pokémon GO will be featuring Grass-type Pokémon front and center from March 19, 2019 at 1:00pm PDT (8:00pm GMT) through March 26, 2019 at 1:00pm PDT (8:00pm GMT).
Pokémon GO has announced today that they’re experimenting with a special event called Legendary Lunch Hour where, on March 13, 2019 from 12:00pm to 1:00pm in your local time zone, there will be an increased amount of raids available for that hour.
Although this is currently only confirmed for March 13, it sounds as though if there’s enough participation and a positive enough reaction, it will be something they may offer as a weekly event.
A new week-long event is taking place in Pokémon GO from now until March 12 — the Battle Showdown event, where there are bonuses to earned Stardust, extra XP for getting Gym Badges, and rewards for battling in Trainer Battles as well as fighting Team Leaders.
According to the update, Fighting-type Pokémon will spawn more frequently throughout the event. Additionally, Shiny Mankey and Shiny Machop are now available in Pokémon GO and can be found more commonly during the event.