White House Wednesdays

Traditions

  For 140 years one White House tradition has remained for millions of families across the country. This year marks the 140th Annual White House Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn.   Truly remarkable when you think about all the country has endured in times of battle, times of sorrow, times of joy, this annual… Read More


  Today the White House announced its Christmas theme for the 2017 holiday season, “Time-Honored Traditions”. First Lady Melania Trump selected this poignant theme paying homage to the past first families who made the White House their home with 200 years of beautiful Christmas traditions inside the White House. “The President, Barron, and I are… Read More


  Just as the sun began to set, President and Mrs. Trump continued a much loved White House tradition by opening the South Lawn to 6,000 trick-or-treaters that included children from military families, DMV area schools, the Boy Scouts, YMCA  and other community groups.  Instead of the traditional red carpet in front of the Diplomatic Reception… Read More


  Without a doubt our new First Lady, Melania Trump, and the entire First Family shined over the entire course of the 58th Presidential Inaugural celebrations.  The talented businesswoman, wife, and mother who is fluent in five languages was poised, polished and highlighted her spectacular and most importantly American wardrobe.   Mrs. Trump began the festivities wearing a double-breasted military-inspired… Read More


In 1963, President John F. Kennedy received a gift of shamrocks from Irish ambassador Thomas J. Kiernan in the Oval Office.   Each year the president gets a crystal bowl of shamrock sprouts from Ireland as a symbol of the bond between our two countries. Since 1953 the gift has been delivered by the Irish… Read More