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When's the last time you saw a wabbit with a five-foot-long carrot!? Be sure to join us each year on Easter Monday at 11 am exactly as we synchronize our event with the White House! For poster information, detailed egg roll and games info or to win a hundred dollar bill inside an egg take a look at our museum section, The Presidential Culinary Museum! Just scroll down and feel free to enjoy the video and film offerings of the event and details on how it all works! In 2014 and 2015 several healthy initiatives were added from the original programs from 2008 onward of Chef James Blakely's "Ants on a Log" snacks, hula hoop, and jump rope contests! Additionally, during the 6th annual event a massive 12 foot tall, 385-pound pink bunny chair was built for Peter Rabbit (complete with a five-foot-long carrot) and the kids to sit in! Thousands and thousands have enjoyed finding the $100.00 dollar bills in our eggs, cash, coins, candy, and more! Free prizes and gift baskets are handed out each year and no charge to join in!
Physical fitness games take center stage as everyone is encouraged to, "LET'S MOVE!" Kids enter the coloring contest each year for fun and prizes! In 2014 the eggs containing $100.00 bills were hidden on the limbs of trees inside special Monkey eggs!
The truth about the White House Easter Egg Roll is only rarely ever told. Few outlets, including the White House Historical Association, understand or know the real story so have only guessed at recently expanding on the truth starting, robustly, around the year 2015. The Easter Egg Roll in Washington, DC did not begin in 1878 under President Rutherford B. Hayes. Starting in the early years of the Clinton administration, some of the first-ever truths about the Muslim games came out that we Americans love and adore celebrating during Easter. These included printing on White House information pieces how first-lady Dolley Madison began the egg rolling games, publicly, down by the capital during President Madison's reign. Although the filth of her son's story is embarrassing, threatening, sickening with gambling, drunkenness, bankrupting the Madison's, and a disgrace - it is no reason to hide the truth about the good things he did in life. The attempts by Dolley's newest husband, James, to "get rid of the kid and send him overseas," resulted in preventing embarrassing behavior in America. He did tell his mom all about the kids at the pyramids of Giza knocking colored eggs around with wooden sticks in the sand and the rest became history!
President Lincoln's kids also enjoyed some Easter games on the White House grounds setting precedents.
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