TUESDAY, JUNE 5
- DCPS Night: The Washington Nationals will welcome more than 8,500 D.C.-area students and teachers, along with their families, to celebrate the fourth annual D.C. Public School Night. In addition to providing complimentary tickets, the Nationals will recognize students on the field during pregame ceremonies for academic and athletic achievements.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6
- Play Sun Smart Skin Cancer Screenings: As part of a joint effort between the Nationals, Major League Baseball, the Major League Baseball Players Association, and the American Academy of Dermatology, the team will host skin cancer screenings for fans on June 6 from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. at the Reagan Conference Center at Nationals Park.
Since the program began in 1999, Play Sun Smart has performed over 19,000 screenings on players, coaches, and MLB and Club staff members. Of those 19,000 screened, there have been almost 600 suspicious lesions and more than 9,000 presumptive diagnoses. The Play Sun Smart awareness program is one of several cancer-related initiatives supported by Major League Baseball. To learn more about Major League Baseball’s charitable initiatives please visit MLBCommunity.org.
THURSDAY, JUNE 7
- $1 Kids Day: Fans may purchase up to four tickets for children ages 3-12 for just $1 each with the purchase of a full-priced adult ticket. Tickets must be purchased at the box office on the day of the game. For more information, visit nationals.com/specials.
- $1 Senior Day: Senior Citizens will have the opportunity to purchase up to two tickets for just $1 each. A maximum of two tickets may be purchased at the box office on the day of the game, or online at nationals.com/specials.
- Girl Scouts 100th Anniversary: The Nationals are proud to help the Girl Scouts celebrate their 100th Anniversary by recognizing scouts representing troops from across the region on the field as part of the pregame ceremonies.
PARKING AND TRANSPORTATION
Fans planning to drive to the Nationals games against the Mets June 5-7 should add additional travel time due to extra congestion and road construction around the ballpark. Visit nationals.com/waytogo for information on parking and additional routes to Nationals Park.