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Easter Egg Roll
135 Years of Fun
On April 1, the First Family hosted the 135th annual White House Easter Egg Roll. This year, more than 30,000 people from all 50 states joined us on the South Lawn for games, stories, and, of course, the
traditional egg roll.
In addition to all the fun and games, the day's activities — which included sports courts and cooking demonstrations — helped educate families on smart ways to incorporate healthy eating and exercise choices into their daily routines, which are key pillars of First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move! initiative.
Opening the 2013 White House Easter Egg Roll
The 2013 #EasterEggRoll in Tweets
Check out some highlights from the #EasterEggRoll below.
White House Keepsake Eggs
The 2013 souvenir eggs come in four bold colors — purple, blue, yellow, pink — and include the stamped signatures of the President and First Lady. A commemorative teal “Bo” egg featuring the First Dog’s paw print is included only in the 2013 5-pack Collector’s Egg Set. You can see them all in this video.
Commemorative wooden eggs first became part of the tradition in 1981, when President and Mrs. Ronald Reagan hosted a hunt for keepsake eggs that bore the signatures of actors, actresses, famous politicians, and athletes.
The Obamas Host the White House Easter Egg Roll