Easter is a time that, for many of us, has long been associated with gift-giving, chocolate-eating, and most importantly, spending time with family and friends. Since its origins, the global holiday, which celebrates the death and resurrection of Christ, has been a time of celebration, feasting, and many traditional Easter games and customs.
Here’s few tips for families to celebrate and participate in public events during Easter 2018:
Prepare Signature dishes at this Easter:
A special dish for Easter springtime is baked ham, potatoes, and vegetables. Try cooking eggs and decorate them together with the children using beautiful colors. These eggs can be eaten as natural but children often prefer chocolate eggs.
Get Em up kids to the White House for Easter Egg Roll event:
A must play Easter game for kids, it’s very common to organize Easter egg hunts with children. This is often done on Easter Sunday. Families hide plastic eggs filled with candy or a little treat, and children find them. The younger think that the Easter Bunny brings the eggs.
In 1880, the First Lady invited children to the White House to the egg roll because civil servants had complained that they were ruining the lawn of the Capitol. The game has been held there since. The event has grown, and Easter Monday is the only day of the year when tourists are allowed to walk in the garden of the White House. The children, twelve years old and under, can participate in the egg rolling event.
Witness the 2018 Easter parade:
Grab your Easter bonnet and stroll along Fifth Avenue in the annual Easter Parade. This New York City tradition kicks off at 49th Street near St. Patrick’s Cathedral and travels up Fifth Avenue to 55th Street. Be sure to wear your Sunday best!
Having suggested you them ideas, we feel sorry but more proud about our Hard working truckers, who’s going to miss them families and loved ones during this Easter 2018; since they had to stay on the road to serve the nation’s needs on time. God bless our Truckers, God bless America!
Despite this Easter celebration, we also have a near term HVUT Form 2290 deadline, by March 31st 2018, for vehicles that are into service since February 2018. E-File soon if you haven’t.
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Have a Good One on this Easter! See you over the next article.