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Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Saturday Mornings at The National

Visit the National Theatre on select Saturday mornings for free programs that engage and inspire young minds. Saturday programming is best suited for children...

Kids Run the Bases at Nat’s Park

Kids ages 4 to 12 can run the bases after every Sunday day game. This year's dates are March 31; April 14 and 28;...

Penn Hill Mini Golf Pop-Up

On Saturdays from noon to 8 p.m. and Sundays from noon to 6 p.m., come play at Penn Hill Mini Golf. Each hole is...

The Educational Benefits of Sports

Kid’s sports are associated with getting fit and having fun. The health benefits of sports and fitness are obvious. But coaches, administrators and experts...

Register for Serve Your City Fall Yoga

There are still spots open in the Serve Your City (SYC) fall yoga session. This class for kids aged 11 to 17 takes place...

Constitution Family Day at the National Archives

Delegates to the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia debated, compromised and came up with a new framework of government for our country. On Sept. 17,...

VOYAGERS: A Dance Among The Planets

A majestic ride awaits a young stargazer who is carried away by the magician Uranus. Join her and fellow voyagers in a journey through...

Introducing Ward 7’s New DCPS Principals

Kristie Edwards of Randle Highlands Elementary School (1650 30th St. SE) Serving the whole student means more than teaching language, math, and science; it means...

For Young Robotics Students, STEM Becomes Hands On

When a member of Payne Elementary School’s Robotics Club couldn’t attend the World Championship in Louisville, Kentucky, 5th grader Makaya Cox was asked to...

Getting into the School Lottery Game

Keisha Campbell is a single mother of twins entering kindergarten this year. She also has a teenaged son and a time-consuming job as an...