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White House Easter Egg Roll 2011: Get Up and Go! Sustainable Eggs

Geschreven op 15-3-2010 - Erik van Erne. Geplaatst in Agenda, Joe Biden - Barack Obama Facebooktwitterredditpinterestlinkedintumblrmail

2010-egg-roll-logoUpdate 23 April 2011: For twelve hours on Monday, April 25th, the South Lawn of the White House will play host to the 133rd White House Easter Egg Roll.

30,000 people from all 50 states and the District of Columbia won tickets through this year’s ticket lottery. With this year’s theme being “Get Up and Go!,” in collaboration with the First Lady’s Let’s Move! initiative, guests will have the chance to enjoy entertainment and activities that go far beyond the traditional Easter egg hunt and egg roll. Some of the highlights include:

•Rockin’ Egg Roll Stage – Live musical performances for all ages. Artists include Colbie Caillat, Greyson Chance, Willow Smith, Sesame Street, and more.
•Storytime Stage – Celebrities bring books to life. Readers include Kelly Ripa, Mark Consuelos and family, John Lithgow, John Bemelmans Marciano, Kristi Yamaguchi, Geena Davis, and more.
•Hop To It!- An instructional dance party on the South Lawn! Get up and go jump rope, hula hoop, dance and more.
•Eggtivity Zone Obstacle Course- A series of obstacles and drills, including soccer, football and baseball obstacle courses.
•Basketball and Tennis- Get hands-on training from basketball and tennis pros on the President’s court!
•Yoga Garden- Come enjoy a session of yoga from professional instructors.
•Eggspress Yourself- An arts and crafts workshop filled with egg dying, egg decorating, face painting and more.
•Play with your Food- Family Farmer’s Market, Kids’ Kitchen, Make-your-own Garden, Buzzing about Bees, and more led by the White House chefs and celebrity guest chefs. This activity center is built around the White House Kitchen Garden.
Each activity will have exceptional special guests, from John Lithgow and Sesame Street doing songs and stories, to athletes like Ryan Zimmerman of baseball’s Washington Nationals, tennis stars Chris Evert and Brian Vahaly, and the Harlem Globetrotters. The world-famous U.S. Marine Corps Band will perform as well.

All of the Easter Egg Roll festivities will be live-streamed on WhiteHouse.gov/Live  so all Americans and audiences around the world can participate. View the full live stream schedule below:

President Obama delivers remarksThe First Family attends the 2011 White House Easter Egg Roll

1.The souvenir wooden eggs are available in four pastel colors – purple, green, yellow, and pink. They include the stamped signatures of the President and First Lady.
2.The wooden eggs are produced through a process of wood turning and barrel dying. They are made in the US from FSC-certified, US hardwood.
3.The souvenir wooden eggs will be given to children 12 and younger at the event.
4.A total of 83,000 souvenir wooden eggs were produced for this year’s event.
5.The National Park Foundation produces and sells the rest of the souvenir wooden eggs. You can purchase them at http://easter.nationalparks.org/ .
6.14,500 hard-boiled and dyed eggs will be used between the egg roll and the egg hunt.
7.4,500 boiled white eggs will be decorated at the Egg Dying station throughout the course of the day.
8.“Chirping eggs” will be available for visually impaired children participating in the Egg Roll and Egg Hunt.
Healthy Activities

1.The activities are centered on the theme of the event, “Get Up and Go!” The theme is based on the First Lady’s Let’s Move! initiative to encourage healthy and active living.
2.The Play with your Food station is a hands-on environment that enforces the message that nutritious eating is both delicious and energizing.
3.What’s in Seasonfeatures seasonal produce from the White House gardens and local organic farms. Kids can explore the different fruits and vegetables, learn about seasonal eating, and learn how to find fresh produce in the junior farmer’s market.
4.Kids are able to take home seedling cups in egg cartons to start their own garden in Make Your Own Garden.
5.Children will have the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of basketball and tennis from professional athletes on the President’s court.
6.Kids will be able to relax and learn yoga moves in the Yoga Garden.
7.The Egg Roll is accessible to children in wheelchairs with the addition of wheelchair matting.
History

1.The Easter Egg Roll is a White House tradition dating back to 1878 and President Rutherford B. Hayes, but there are records of informal egg rolling events as early as Abraham Lincoln’s administration.
2.After the Civil War, egg rolling often took place on the Capitol building’s grounds. But by 1876, Congressmen grew tired of the torn up grounds and rowdy crowds and passed a law prohibiting the use of the Capitol Grounds as a play area.
3.On Easter day in 1878, when the ban on egg rolling at the Capitol went into effect, some claim that President Hayes saw tearful children while riding by the Capitol Grounds in his carriage and invited them to play on the White House lawn.
4.By 1899, the White House Easter Egg Roll had become quite popular, with over 8,000 people in attendance. This year, over 30,000 were invited to attend the event.
5.The Easter Egg Roll has been held at the White House every year except during World War I, World War II and the Truman Renovation of the White House, when it was moved to other Washington locations or cancelled.
6.President Ronald Reagan was the first President to hide autographed eggs for children to find in the Egg Hunt.
7.President Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon were the first to include the White House Easter Bunny in the festivities.
8.President George H.W. Bush and First Lady Barbara Bush were the first to affix the signature of the President and First Lady to the commemorative egg.
9.First Lady Grace Coolidge was known for her love of pets, but none were more famous than her pet raccoon, Rebecca, who made an appearance at the White House Easter Egg Roll in the 1920’s.
Easter Bunny and Ceremony

1.The First Lady is the official host of the White House Easter Egg Roll.
2.The event cannot officially be called the White House Easter Egg Roll until the opening ceremony, when the Easter Bunny makes an appearance.
Poster Contest

1.The White House held a poster competition and invited local Elementary and Middle school children in Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia to submit entries for the 2011 White House Easter Egg Roll Official Poster.
2.There were a total of 464 posters submitted from 135 schools.
3.Students were asked to incorporate this year’s theme, “Get Up and Go!” into their posters.
4.The First Lady selected the winning designs. There were two winners again this year.
5.Morgan Ferrans was selected for the official 2011 Easter Egg Roll Program Cover. Morgan is twelve years old and attends Maryvale Preparatory School in Brooklandville, Maryland.
6.Alyssa Pendergast’s submission was selected for the official 2011 Easter Egg Roll Poster. Alyssa is twelve years old and attends Harper Park Middle School in Leesburg, Virginia.
7.Morgan and Alyssa will be attending the White House Easter Egg Roll along with their classes, teachers and parents.
Sustainability

1.All goody bags are recyclable and are made from recycled materials.
2.The packaging of the eggs, made from recyclable paperboard, was designed to minimize waste and environmental impact.
3.The wooden souvenir eggs are made in the US from Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) – certified US hardwood.
4.90 trash bins and 90 recycling bins will be placed throughout the South Lawn and Ellipse.
Volunteers

1.10 professional American Sign Language interpreters are volunteering their time for the event. There will also be 6 nurses and 2 physicians from George Washington University.
2.The White House Easter Egg Roll is made possible by the hard work of close to 1,200 volunteers.
3.All volunteers attended at least one training session and some traveled from as far away as Germany to be part of this year’s event.
4.Many volunteers will arrive for their shifts as early as 5:00 AM to help get the Easter Egg Roll rolling.
Fun in Numbers

1.The Egg Roll will use 72 wooden spoons and 8 whistles.
2.The event will incorporate almost 60 volunteer face painters.
3.2,000 eggs will be used to provide breakfast for the volunteers.

Update 10 april 2011: Video Highlights from the 2010 White House Easter Egg Roll

5 april 2010: The White House recently announced details on the 2010 Easter Egg Roll – an event that will bring 30,000 people from all 50 states and DC to the White House. But you don’t have to be on the South Lawn to enjoy Monday’s festivities – livestreaming all day on WhiteHouse.gov. This year’s theme is Ready, Set, Go!, following the First Lady’s Let’s Move! initiative – a national effort to combat childhood obesity. So in addition to the egg roll classics, there will be new activities like sports, gardening and dancing to promote healthy and active living.

The Rock ‘n’ Egg Roll Stage will feature live music with performances by Sara Bareilles, Justin Bieber, the cast of TV show Glee, Yo Gabba Gabba, Sesame Street and more. J.K. Rowling, Reese Witherspoon, Apolo Ohno, Mariska Hargitay, Dylan and Cole Sprouse, Elmo and Maria of Sesame Street and Betty DeGeneres will read on the Storytime Stage.

15 maart 2010: The President and First Lady have announced that this year’s White House Easter Egg Roll will be held on Monday, April 5, 2010 with the theme of “Ready, Set, Go!” promoting health and wellness. President Obama’s 2010 White House Easter Egg is made from FSC certified hardwood and the set of four are packaged in sustainable packaging made from SFI certified paperboard.

This year’s egg comes in four colors – purple, pink, green, yellow – and includes the stamped signatures of the President and First Lady. In a continued effort to make the Easter Egg Roll more environmentally friendly, all eggs have again been crafted in the United States from Forest Stewardship Council-certified hardwood. The 2010 White House Easter Egg Roll souvenir eggs will be available for purchase online at the National Park Foundation website.

The packaging has also been designed to minimize waste and environmental impact, helping to create a ‘greener’ Easter Egg and Easter Egg packaging. The packaging for the 2010 White House Easter Egg is made from Sustainability Forest Initiative (SFI) – certified paperboard (SFI paperboard uses no wood fibers from endangered forests). The printed carton is easily recyclable when collected and processed in a municipal or community Paperboard Recycling Program. Features vegetable oil-based inks and a water-based coating. Sources White House and Sustainable is Good

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  1. Ratan Gomar zegt:

    16 maart 2010 om 10:36 | Permalink

    Geweldig toch? Bewust naar Pasen toeleven, wie wil dat niet?

    In een serie kerkelijke bezinningen in Ede staat woensdag het energieprobleem centraal. Met deze bezinningen wil het Kerkelijk Centrum Emmaüs ‘bewust naar Pasen toe leven’. Er worden ook tips en ideeën uitgewisseld over energiebesparing in en rond het huis.

    Bron: Kerkelijk Centrum Emmaüs Ede

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