Capitals to Host Kids Day, Sunday, February 24 vs. New Jersey
/ Washington Capitals
– The Washington Capitals will host the season’s second Kids Club Day on Sunday, Feb. 24, when the New Jersey Devils visit Verizon Center. The day is devoted entirely to kids, with special events and features geared toward young Caps fans. Face painting, clowns, jugglers, poster-making stations and photos with Caps mascot, Slapshot, are just a few of the exciting activities planned for all kids in attendance. Capitals defenseman Brian Pothier will be signing autographs for club members, alongside Caps alumni Yvon Labre, Blair Stewart, and Errol Rausse.
Members of the Caps Kids Club receive a voucher for a free ticket to the game as a part of their membership kit and will have the opportunity to take part in additional activities throughout the day, including bingo and the unveiling of the latest winner in the “Draw Your Favorite Caps Player” contest.
All Kids Club Day activities are slated to take place on the upper concourse for Kids Club members only beginning at 1 p.m. and will continue until the beginning of the 3 p.m. game. Club members planning on attending will need to use the F Street entrance of Verizon Center to gain access to the building before it opens at 2 p.m. to the public.
Parents can still sign up their children to become members of the Caps Kids Club. Membership is $15 and includes more than $100 in value with two tickets to Capitals games, a Chris Clark wall banner, personalized membership card, Capitals activity book, pencil case and folder, as well as gameday giveaways and access to special events, including player meet and greets and free skating parties at Kettler Capitals Iceplex. Visit WashingtonCaps.com for more information.
** Players scheduled to sign autographs are subject to change.**