Friday, March 16, 2018

A Treasured Keepsake Of Notable Value!

Easter is just around the corner, and so too is a time-honored Washington tradition: the White House Easter Egg Roll. 

Beginning in 1878, the White House Easter Egg Roll brings families to the South Lawn for live entertainment, games, and — more recently — keepsake wooden eggs. The commemorative wooden eggs are designed to reflect the theme of each year's event, and are inscribed with the signatures of the president and first lady.

The Official 2018 White House Easter Eggs will be given as gifts to children attending the White House Easter Egg Roll on Monday, April 2. The eggs are also available at

Purchases support the White House Historical Association’s nonprofit, nonpartisan mission to preserve, protect, and provide greater understanding of the rich history of America’s Executive Mansion.

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