A Presidential Christmas

A Presidential Christmas
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It’s Easter Monday at the White House and just in time for the White House Easter Egg roll hosted by President and Mrs Trump. Egg-cellent facts you may not know: *This is the 139th annual Easter Egg event at the White House *The WH Roll happened when Congress passed a law to prevent any portion of the Capitol grounds from being used as a playground. *It’s an Egg roll not an egg hunt – Nixon’s made it a race in 1974 *White House games use plastic or wooden eggs –not real eggs since the Hoover administration to eliminate the lingering smell. *The Roll was closed to the public during World War I and WWll *Some 53000 people attended the egg roll in 1941 *Pat Nixon introduced the Easter Bunny to the egg roll. *Nancy Reagan attended the egg roll as a child. She introduced the egg hunt and autographed wooden souvenir wooden eggs *Rosalynn Carter gave out 10000 plastic eggs with a welcome message inside. *Laura Bush reintroduced the petting zoo the the South Lawn. *Michele Obama planned “Get up and go”activities * 21000 people are expected to attend today’s event Shop www.whitehouseholidays.com for Official Easter eggs. They will ship as soon as available after the egg roll.

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The story of the White House Easter Egg Roll, which begins at one end of Pennsylvania Avenue and continues at the other, is one of the oldest and most unique traditions in presidential history, according to the Bush White House. Rolling eggs on the Monday after Easter was a tradition observed by many Washington families, including those of the President. Public egg-rolling celebrations, however, were held not at the White House, but on the grounds of the Capitol. Press accounts from as early as 1872 recount stories of Washington children of all ages joining together to roll eggs on the congressional grounds. The children of Washington apparently caused such a ruckus on the Capitol grounds in 1876 that Congress passed the Turf Protection Law to prohibit the area from being used as a playground in future years. The event was rained out in 1877, but in 1878 the children were alerted by a small notice in the local newspaper informing them that the egg rollers would not be allowed at the Capitol that year. Rutherford B. Hayes, alerted to the plight of the children, opened the gates to the South Lawn and welcomed all the rollers to his end of Pennsylvania Avenue. The first White House Easter Egg Roll was held in 1878. Over the years, the Egg Rolls have evolved and changed, with different games and amusements popular in different years. Near the end of the nineteenth century, children played "Egg Picking," "Egg Ball," "Toss and Catch, " and "Egg Croquet." Soon the event evolved into a more elaborate affair, with bands, entertainers and food. John Philip Sousa and "The President's Own" Marine Band performed for the assembled crowd, while vendors of all kinds sold their goods in 1889. Forty years later, Lou Hoover, wife of President Herbert Hoover, instituted folk and maypole dances to complement the egg-rolling but, perhaps because of the combination of stomping feet and boiled eggs, the practices were not continued for long. At her first Egg Roll in 1933, Eleanor Roosevelt greeted visitors and listeners alike for the first time over the radio, on a nationwide hookup. She also introduced more organized games, but it was not until 1974 when the most famous event of modern Easter Egg Rolls, the egg-rolling race, was introduced with spoons borrowed from the White House kitchen. Subsequent celebrations included a circus and petting zoo in 1977 and exhibits of antique cars, Broadway shows and giant balloons in 1981. Egg hunt pits were introduced in 1981. Children would search straw pits for autographed wooden eggs. Presidents and their families have long enjoyed the White House's largest public celebration, and it has been customary, from the outset, for Presidents, First Ladies, their children, grandchildren and pets to attend the festivities. Among the most eagerly anticipated guests each year, of course, is the Easter Bunny. The White House Easter Bunny, usually a White House staffer dressed in a special White House rabbit suit, was introduced by Pat Nixon, wife of President Richard Nixon, in 1969. Strict guidelines prohibit the bunny from being seen without his costume head, but the identity of the staffer inside is revealed every once in a while. Perhaps the most famous bunny of all was the wife of President Reagan's Attorney General Edwin Meese III. Ursula Meese so enjoyed the role that she performed for six seasons, earning her the nickname "The Meester Bunny." On occasion, the Easter Egg Roll has been cancelled, either due to inclement weather or in times of war. The longest hiatus was for World War II, followed by a White House renovation. When President Eisenhower reintroduced the Egg Roll in 1953, a whole generation of children had never experienced this treasured tradition.

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The 2017 Official White House Commemorative Easter Eggs are a fantastic gift. Imagine having future Easter Egg Hunts with presidential eggs. You can't fill them with candy, but you can definitely admire the beauty of these fine collectibles. The special gold egg features the Presidential Seal; the o...

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His Savior Names on a stand for displaying Savior Name crosses at Easter or all year long. Set includes Lamb of God, Mediator and Great High Priest. Place on dining table or side table for Easter or all year long.

Springtime Is Coming to Washington!
Cherry Blossom Ornament. Celebrate Washington DC and the National Cherry Blossom Festival with this new Cherry Blossom Ornament. This wonderful ornament is finished in 24 karat gold over brass. This will make a wonderful memory of your visit to DC. 100% handcrafted in America. Gift Boxed.