Photo courtesy of Jessica Spotswood. Abe, the Washington Nationals mascot, assisted the Southwest Library staff with the Summer Reading Program kickoff on Saturday, May 30. The Summer Reading Program for adults, teens, and children lasts until August 31. Sign up online or in the library.
Photos courtesy of Perry Klein. On Thursday, April 2, after baseball practice, Jefferson’s baseball coach, Mr. Ronald Hines, Sr. (Coach Horse), and a representative of the Washington Nationals baseball team, Mr. Bardach, carpooled us to the National’s stadium. Upon our arrival to the stadium, we respectfully waited to meet our tour […]
It was a successful first day back to school for Amidon-Bowen Elementary School. Google surprised art teacher Greta Schorn in her new classroom with art supplies that she had put on a wish list for her class. Google arrived with supplies including glue sticks and canvases. Ms. Schorn said that she […]
On July 1, the Washington Nationals welcomed 12 Southwest children and their parents to meet Denard Span, enjoy the baseball game, and purchase concessions and merchandise through free NatsBucks. The monthly program called “Spans Fans” aims to create memorable experiences for […]
I’m not certain when I turned into such an avid Nationals fan. Most likely, it happened when I moved back home to Washington, DC nearly two years ago and settled in the Southwest quadrant only three blocks from Nationals Park. From my apartment balcony I can hear the home run […]
On and off the field, the Nationals are prepared to bring excitement to baseball fans of all ages across the Washington metro region. New Nationals Manager Matt Williams leads a talented team in 2014, as he works to take the Nats to the postseason for the second time in franchise […]
It was a typical hot summer day at Nationals Park in Washington, DC, but the climbing temperatures did not faze the nearly 150 children who sat in Section 137 right next to the Nationals bullpen, anxiously waiting to step onto the field. Gloves in hand and bats at the ready, the […]