Come one, come all, for the Dole Institute’s Easter Egg Roll with Dole! Join us for a morning of family fun, including a White House-style egg roll race, egg hunt, games, crafts, and more. The event is free (no RSVP or tickets needed) and open to the public and will go on rain or shine.
Egg Roll, Easter Egg Hunt, story time and special crafts with the Lawrence Public Library, egg corral (littlest visitors), games, community tile project, live bunnies and an Easter-themed photo area.
All children will receive a special gift when departing the event, including candy from the egg hunt!
Schedule of Events:
10 a.m. – Event begins
10:15 a.m. – Story time with the Lawrence Public Library
10:30 a.m. – Egg Hunt #1
11 a.m. – Egg Hunt #2
11:15 a.m. – Story time with the Lawrence Public Library
11:30 a.m. – Egg Hunt #3
12:00 p.m. – Egg Hunt #4
12:30 p.m. – Egg Hunt #5
What is an Easter Egg Roll?
An Easter Egg Roll is a race for children to push an egg (hard-boiled or wooden) through the grass with a long handled spoon. The fastest to the finish line wins!
The Dole Institute’s Easter Egg Roll is inspired by the White House Easter Egg Roll, held every year on the White House South Lawn. This festive tradition began in 1878 under the administration of President Rutherford B. Hayes, and successive Presidents have carried it on to present day.
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