From the Nationals:
“On Tuesday, June 15 against the Pittsburgh Pirates, Chef José Andrés will throw out the ceremonial first pitch as part of World Central Kitchen Day at Nationals Park. To pay tribute to their incredible philanthropic work during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Nationals will host the staff and volunteers of World Central Kitchen during Tuesday’s game and have a special pregame ceremony to highlight their efforts. Read More
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I was hoping to ask the community if they had recommendations for beginner adult Golf Lessons around the DC area. Open to individual lessons mainly but also curious about group lessons for adults.”
1221 Connecticut Ave NW, for sure. Also:
From Wunder Garten (1101 First St NE): “We’ve been waiting and waiting, finally it’s time to see who will win the EURO CUP!! Join the fans at Wunder Garten Friday June 11th – Sunday July 11th for all the Football Fun, (or soccer fun, as we would say in DC). Read More
1330 19th Street, NW formerly home to Buffalo Billiards and Shop Made in DC
From Swingers Crazy Golf:
“Get ready for a one-of-a-kind immersive experience featuring mini golf (two nine-hole courses), gourmet street food, craft cocktails and more in an elaborate 1920’s English golf clubhouse setting.”
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“The Marine Corps Marathon Organization (MCMO) is excited to announce that the 2021 Marine Corps Marathon (MCM) Weekend will be held live and in-person this October 29 – 31 in Arlington, Virginia and the nation’s capital! Read More
From the Nationals:
“Coming off a two-city road trip, the Nationals return home to D.C. on Friday for an exciting nine-game homestand during which the Baltimore Orioles, Cincinnati Reds, and Milwaukee Brewers come to town.
In response to the Mayor’s announcement on Monday regarding mask requirements in the District of Columbia, the Washington Nationals will be changing the face covering policy at Nationals Park for the upcoming homestand, starting Friday, May 21. Please see below for more details.
In addition, the Government of the District of Columbia has approved the team’s request to operate at 100% capacity starting June 10th, Read More
From Audrey Fix Schaefer, Communications Director I.M.P., 9:30 Club, Lincoln Theatre, The Anthem, Merriweather Post Pavilion, via email:
“I.M.P., the 9:30 Club, The Anthem and Lincoln Theatre, along with Monumental Sports, sent Mayor Bowser this letter last Thursday, in which we offer up our facilities, people, and marketing resources to encourage everyone to get vaccinated, and offer a rational, safe approach: seeking permission to reopen two months after everyone eligible has had access to the vaccines. We propose that the Mayor allow our venues to open at full capacity beginning July 1, 2021.
While her office has acknowledged receipt, we have not received a substantive response and so we are eager to hear her address this issue during this morning’s press conference. Read More