8th Annual Easter Egg Scramble

Wednesday, April 12, 2017 - 10:00am

The weather is predicted to be
in the low 80s this weekend
Come enjoy the festivities

Saturday, 15 April 2017

The ASOM Foundation and First Citizen's

8th Annual Easter Egg Scramble



Breakfast with the Bunny  

Beginning at 7:30am the Museum Foundation will host a pancake and sausage breakfast with the Easter Bunny in the ASOM Lobby. Do to the popularity of the breakfast we ask that families eat then play in the garden of visit the museum main gallery (gallery opens at 8:00am that morning). 


Space is limited so register for the breakfast early.


The breakfast costs $10 for adults and $5 for children 12 and younger. Children 2 and under are free.


Make reservations on line or by calling 643-2778.

Advance tickets may also be purchased in the Museum Gift Shop


Easter Egg Scramble


From 9:30 to 11:00am there will be an Easter Egg Scramble for kids 10 and under.


The Easter Egg Scramble has been divided into two scrambles for each of the five age groups.


9:30am   children two and under           10:20am  children two and under

9:40am   three year olds                           10:30am  three year olds

9:50am   four and five year olds             10:40am    four and five year olds

10:00am  six and seven year olds           10:50am   six and seven year olds

10:10am  eight, nine and ten year olds  11:00am   eight, nine and ten year olds


The Scramble is free to all children thanks to First Citizens Bank.

All Egg Scrambles will be in the Museum's Reflection Garden. Children should bring their own basket.

Adults are NOT allowed on the field.


One adult may accompany two year olds and younger on the field, however, children must pick up their own eggs.


Pictures with the Bunny


Photos with the Easter Bunny, from 9:30am to noon, cost only $5 and will be available just minutes after they are taken.


For the deployed soldier, airman, sailor or marine photos can be emailed to you so you can send it on to any loved ones. Cost for an electronic photo is an additional $10.



The Easter Egg Scramble and all its events are sponsored by First Citizens Bank.  


Support the Airborne &

Special Operations Museum Foundation


The sole mission of the ASOM Foundation is to support the United States Army Airborne & Special Operations Museum located in historic downtown Fayetteville, NC.


Please consider donating to the foundation at

Donate Now! on our website.









"'Evolution One' is bound to be a substantial debut for the burgeoning artist."

-The Vinyl District


APRIL 11, 2017 - AUSTIN, TX - Singer-songwriter, Tara Williamson, is premiering her new single, "Get On With It", exclusively today with Rock Cellar Magazine. Listen HERE. "'Get On With It' is my message song for the EP", Williamson explains. "This song has hook for days and reminds me to just keep moving toward the best expression of myself, because there's nothing wrong with me being me." "Get On With It" is the second single, following "Messenger", from Williamson's upcoming EP, Evolution One, due out 4/28. For more information on Tara Williamson, please visit: https://www.tarawilliamson.com/.


Evolution One is the first EP from Williamson's upcoming four-part album, Evolutions. As her first solo effort since branching out from soul band, The Nightowls, Evolution One represents the unique sense of community found in the Austin music scene. "Everyone came together to make this album happen," Williamson explains. "The finished product really goes to show that Austin is a special place with a genuinely loving community."


Although Williamson grew up in a musical family, she lacked the industry resources needed to take her music to the next level while living in her small hometown of Cottonwood, CA. It wasn't until 2012 that Tara found herself in Austin, following the allure of the legendary music scene. It was here that she landed a backup vocalist position with the aforementioned The Nightowls (ACL Festival 2014, 2015, SXSW 2015, 2016, two national tours). For over three years, she performed coast to coast as the band steadily rose from local to national fame. 


When it came time to record her solo material, Williamson wanted it to feel like a community project. She looked to many local musicians for inspiration both in writing and performance style. For her, it was important to recognize, include, and pay homage to the uniqueness of Austin's musical community, in part, because it's precisely what made the music possible. 


"Get On With It" is the second release from Tara Williamson's debut EP, Evolution One, due out 4/28.


For more information please visit:





Evolution One

1. Messenger

2. Neon

3. Get On With It

4. Loving Game

5. Hey, Anywhere


Tour Dates

April 17th - Stubb's Indoor - Austin, TX

April 25th - Saxon Pub - Austin, TX