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Thursday, August 6, 2020

Two Divas and a Bear

What happens when a concert violinist and an opera singer join everyone’s favorite stuffed animal? Two Divas and a Bear! March 2 to 4,...

Capitol Hill Cluster School

Cluster students from prek3 through eighth-grade got to enjoy board games and card games of all levels at the annual Cluster Family Game Night...

National Children’s Museum Reopens

The National Children’s Museum will reopen at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, 1300 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, in March 2019. Its new...

Family Dances at Glen Echo

On Oct. 8, and Nov. 12, 3 to 5 p.m., the Folklore Society of Greater Washington hosts an afternoon dancing with your children to...

Online Kid Activities for Families Stuck at Home

Parents all over the Hill are looking for ways to keep their littles engaged through the increased indoor time brought on by the need to...

Maury Elementary Teacher Wins Award

Maury Elementary teacher Lauren Bomba has won the prestigious Rubenstein Excellence in Teaching Award, the Hill Rag has learned. Bomba's colleagues celebrated at the...

Summer of Service: What Teens CAN do this Summer

In 1965, AMIGOS launched a movement of people committed to sharing responsibility for our global community. Today, as communities across the world grapple with...

Capitol Hill Readers Stars of Award-Winning Podcast

Where can you find a cow expert on Capitol Hill? Just ask the readers at John Tyler Elementary School (1001 G St. SE). Or...

NSO Spooktacular Concert

On Oct. 28, 2 and 4 PM, creep into the Kennedy Center Concert Hall for costumed classics at this frightfully fun concert featuring ghoulishly...

Register for Earth Conservation Corps Eco-Camp

The Earth Conservation Corps has announced that registration for their 2019 Eco-Camp is now open. With over 26 years of environmental education experience on...
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