You can learn a lot ways to handle leftover ham and eggs.
Now you just need a venue....
Here you go
The Silicon Valley Roller Girls are hot and on Saturday March 30
Join Silicon Valley Roller Girls for family fun Saturday, March 30th, from 10 am to 2 pm at Burnett Middle School in downtown San Jose. Easter egg hunts will be divided by ages. Carnival games include relay races, cake walks, ring toss, can knock-down, baseball toss, face painting, and petting zoo. Pony rides, bounce house, and popular food trucks will be on site.
SVRG will also be collecting age-appropriate books for Burnett Middle School book drive at the carnival or during school hours.
The Bunny is also very good at using alternative ways of transportation so the best way to take a helicopter
How do you think the Easter Bunny gets around so fast to deliver those eggs? By helicopter of course! Join the Hiller Aviation Museum in welcoming the bunny arrive in a personal helicopter at 10:00am on March 30st. Now if you think that is fun then you are in for an even bigger surprise. Stick around and get an egg straight from the bunny, get your face painted by the Magic Princesses and have fun on the jump and slide.
To top it off, the popular European Model Train display will also be open for everyone to enjoy.
The event is included with museum admission.
And if you are in DC you may wanna head over to the White House the DAY AFTER (???anybody find this odd? ) and hang out with the first family to roll some Easter eggs
135 Years of FunOn Monday April 1, 2013, the First Family will host the 135th annual White House Easter Egg Roll. This year, more than 35,000 people will be joining us on the South Lawn for games, stories, and, of course, the traditional egg roll.
In addition to all the fun and games, the day's activities — which will include sports courts and cooking demonstrations — will help educate families on smart ways to incorporate healthy eating and exercise choices into their daily routines, which are key pillars of First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move! initiative.