Saturday, October 24 promises to be a busy day at the beautiful new Fredericksburg Nationals stadium.
J. Barber Moving and Storage and the Fredericksburg Nationals will host a safe, socially distanced “Home Run for Hunger” food drive from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on both Saturday and Sunday this coming weekend at the new FredNats stadium.
Downtown Fredericksburg’s semi-annual Restaurant Week event will run through Sunday (Jan. 26). Restaurant Week is the perfect opportunity to sample downtown Fredericksburg’s excellent dining scene.
Downtown Fredericksburg’s semi-annual Restaurant Week event will kick off Friday and run through Jan. 26. Restaurant Week is the perfect opportunity to sample downtown Fredericksburg’s excellent dining scene.
Building on the successful collaboration that resulted in a roller-hockey rink at Dixon Park, the City of Fredericksburg and the Washington Capitals partnered once again when they held the inaugural “Fredericksburg Spirit Day” this past Sunday, January 5, at the Washington Capitals’ home game against the San Jose Sharks.
Fresh on the heels of the opening of their new roller-hockey rink at Dixon Park, the City of Fredericksburg and Washington Capitals have announced another partnership.
Now in its 17th year, the stellar season will take place at 7:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, from Jan. 21 to April 14, at the University of Mary Washington’s Dodd Auditorium on the Fredericksburg campus.
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