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You’re Invited: Calling all Instagrammers, Viners, Facebook fans, and Tweeters to the White House Easter Egg Roll Social

You're invited to the 2015 White House Easter Egg Roll Social.

On Monday, April 6, 2015 President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama will host the 137th annual White House Easter Egg Roll, a historic White House South Lawn celebration featuring games, sports and fitness zones, cooking demonstrations, live music, and of course the White House Easter classics like the egg roll and egg hunt. 

We want you to apply to come join us for a day of social media  and Easter festivities at the White House Easter Egg Roll Social. This year’s Egg Roll theme is #GimmeFive, in support of the First Lady’s Let’s Move! initiative encouraging children to lead heathy, active lives. Selected participants will be invited to join the Easter Egg Roll event on the South Lawn on April 6th. All applicants must have children ages 5-13.

So, if you want to attend the Easter Egg Roll, apply now for your chance to join other White House social media followers at the White House Easter Egg Roll Social – and, after you hit submit, spread the word! Let your followers know that you applied to come to the White House for the White House Easter Egg Roll Social. Registration closes on Wednesday, March 25th at 6 p.m. ET.

And, today we are announcing that we want you to be a part of it!

To be eligible for the Easter Egg Roll Social, you must follow an official White House Twitter, Instagram, Vine, or Facebook account. If you haven’t had a chance to connect with the White House online yet, this is your chance! You can follow our official White House accounts, below:

Check out the history of the White House Easter Egg Roll at And don’t forget to share your experience while you’re here using the hashtag #GimmeFive!

Jenna Brayton is an Associate Director of Content in the White House Office of Digital Strategy