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The White House Easter Egg Roll is a yearly tradition in the place which started way back in the ancient year of 1878. It is when President Rutherford B. Hayes was still in position. The event transpires with the kids whose ages are between 3 to 5 seen searching around the place of the South Lawn to look for wooden eggs that could count up to about 24,000.

All those wooden eggs are hidden somewhere and spread out through the event?s grounds. Right at the Ellipse is where the Easter is celebrated. It features live music, some entertainment, storytelling activities and even giving away of foods for everyone in the family to lavish and enjoy. It is perfect to be mostly enjoyed by the kids.
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