Celebrate spring with friends and neighbors on the gorgeous Great Lawn at The Parks at Walter Reed – and this is our 100th anniversary for this historic event! The first spring celebration and egg roll was held in 1923, and we are keeping the tradition alive. This year, the event will be during happy hour time, with a fun DJ, moonbounce for the kiddos, beverages to purchase, and amazing local food trucks. Come prepared to hunt for eggs and get moving with games, relay races, yoga, and more! All are welcome to this FREE event, but RSVP is requested so we have enough supplies and eggs!
Time: 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
3:15 pm: Brief program
3:30 pm: Egg hunt for 2 & 3-year-olds (bring your baskets)
4 pm: Egg hunt for 4 & 5-year-olds (bring your baskets)
Older kids will be able to participate in moonbounces and lawn games, with plenty of egg giveaways for prizes. All are welcome to this FREE event, but RSVP is requested so we have enough supplies and eggs.
What to Bring: Easter egg basket for kids five and under, picnicking wares, chairs, or blankets. If the ground isn’t too wet, we’ll have blankets and some chairs out, so feel free to bring your own and a picnic lunch.
Location: The Great Lawn, The Parks at Walter Reed
Address: Map 1010 Butternut Street NW, Washington, DC 20012
How to Get There: Parking is limited on campus, so walking, scooting, biking, buses, and trains are recommended. The Parks at Walter Reed is a 12-minute walk from the Takoma Metrorail Station on the Red Line, and more than a dozen bus lines run up 16th Street NW and Georgia Avenue NW. Bike parking is available on campus. Some parking is available in on-street spots; please follow the signage.
The Parks at Walter Reed events are sponsored by Aspen Square at The Parks by NVHomes; The Hartley; Fidelity National Title Insurance Company, National Commercial Services, D.C.; Common Clover; Primrose Schools; BKV Group; and Streetsense.