Traditional Easter Foods

For Christians, Easter is one an incredibly important date. The day and its meaning is incredibly important for the religion, but people, Christian or not, often use the holiday as a time to connect with friends and family over a table filled with Easter Foods.  Below you’ll find a guide for the most traditional foods for Easter Sunday. [Read more…]

Easter Bunny Origin Story

Wondering how or where the Easter Bunny originated?  It doesn’t seem like a bunny should be part of the religious holiday for Easter. The interesting thing is that the Easter Bunny origin goes back before the actual holiday of Easter. Here’s a more in-depth look at how the Easter Bunny came to be associated with the annual Spring season holiday! [Read more…]

Easter Arts and Crafts Projects for Kids and Parents

With the Easter holiday approaching, parents, grandparents, uncles, aunts and teachers are looking for ways to get children involved in the holiday spirit.  Kids love doing Easter arts and crafts projects, and there are so many fun activities to get children ready for a visit from the Easter Bunny. Here are 6 activity ideas that kids can participate in whether they’re done at home, school or other areas! [Read more…]

White House Easter Egg Roll 2011 Tickets Lottery & General Info

In a fun annual tradition, the White House Easter Egg Roll 2011 has been scheduled for April 25th, 2011.  This is the Monday right after Easter Sunday 2011.  The event takes place on the South Lawn of the White House and features some great Easter activities for the entire family, especially the children.  There is an annual ticket lottery held online to determine who gets to attend this event which started almost two centuries ago. [Read more…]