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2017 Easter Egg Roll Lottery Now Open + A Freebie!

March 15, 2017
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Yes, the 2017 Easter Egg Roll happening and the lottery is NOW OPEN!

As of NOON today, families may now enter the lottery for the Easter Egg Roll.  It’s been an (im)patient wait, but we are a step closer to the actual Easter Egg Roll!  Registration will end in 3 days, on March 18 at 12 PM ET.  According to Recreation.gov, selected families will be notified of results on March 31st.  Entering the lottery is FREE of charge, but families must have a ticket to enter the event.  Communications will be sent via the email address you’ve used to register on their website so please ensure your email address is correct.

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2017 White House Easter Egg Roll – While We Wait…

March 7, 2017

While We (im)Patiently Wait…

Update 3/8/2017 – Official Easter Egg Roll Announcement

Parents are still speculating on the ticket distribution method that will be used for the 2017 Easter Egg Roll.  At this point, we know 3 things – (1) The 139th Easter Egg Roll will take place on Monday April 17th on the South Lawn, (2) Recreation.gov launched a recruitment campaign which is now closed, and (3) Wells Wood Turning was moving the eggs thru the paint shop on March 2nd.  However, it’s still a mystery on the actual distribution of the tickets.

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2016 White House Easter Egg Roll – Step by Step

April 11, 2016

I’ve seen it on TV.  I’ve read about it in newspapers and on blogs.  However, I never knew how those families got there until a close friend share the lottery announcement on Facebook.  So…I clicked the link and entered the lottery.  I honestly didn’t think my family would get picked (because I don’t have the best of luck in lotteries), but WE DID!  We were heading to the White House for President Barack Obama’s final Easter Egg Roll in his administration.

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