WASHINGTON -- You can now order a White House Easter Egg Roll commemorative egg. The 2013 eggs can be purchased individually or in a special 5-pack set with a special Bo egg that features the first dog's paw print.
According to the National Park Foundation site, the eggs are produced in limited quality and will be available until they sell out:
The official 2013 White House Easter Egg, which is crafted from FSC-certified U.S. hardwood, comes in four custom colors and includes the stamped signatures of the President and First Lady. The commemorative eggs arrive in a festive, eco-friendly gift box made from SFI-certified paperboard.
Since the White House is a national park, the National Park Foundation handles the production and sale of the Easter eggs. This is the seventh consecutive year of egg sales.
The (for now) safe-from-sequester event will take place April 1. Last Thursday Presidential press secretary Jay Carney said the 135-year tradition will go on as planned.
The annual event is expected to draw 35,000 people. If you don't already tickets, you'll have to wait until next year. The online lottery closed February 25.