The Easter Egg Roll, open to the public by lottery, has been a tradition at the White House the morning after Easter for 139 years. Our family has been lucky enough to be there three times, and it is pure joy. Here is a little history of the tradition:
Israeli “sand artist” Ilana Yahav creates works that are part art, part ballet, part animation, with story/pictures accompanied by music that draw in the viewer. The original soundtrack for this film is composed, played and sung by Jeanne Rabin.