Stitch: Sports & Community

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Stitch: Sports & Community

Full episode streaming on Very Local App and YouTube now

Sports are all about passion. Whether it’s getting out there yourself or watching your favorite team, sports bring us together – and provide an outlet during difficult times. From kids, to teens, to adults of all ages, these stories are proof you’re never too old or too young to do what you love. And that’s what it’s all about — the love of the game. And what better place to share these stories than from the National Children’s Museum, a next-generation children’s museum and science center located in Downtown Washington, D.C.Watch the full episode of Stitch: Sports and Community on the Very Local app or on the Very Local YouTube page.Very Local is your best source for shows about local communities, bringing you 24/7 access to news from your trusted local news source, weather updates, and more. Very Local also brings you fresh, untold stories from your very own city and communities like yours, with exclusive original shows and local stories specific to where you live. Get the channel to stream Very Local FREE on Roku or Amazon Fire TV.Follow Very Local on Facebook and @VeryLocal on Instagram for more.

Sports are all about passion. Whether it’s getting out there yourself or watching your favorite team, sports bring us together – and provide an outlet during difficult times.

From kids, to teens, to adults of all ages, these stories are proof you’re never too old or too young to do what you love. And that’s what it’s all about — the love of the game. And what better place to share these stories than from the National Children’s Museum, a next-generation children’s museum and science center located in Downtown Washington, D.C.

Watch the full episode of Stitch: Sports and Community on the Very Local app or on the Very Local YouTube page.

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Very Local is your best source for shows about local communities, bringing you 24/7 access to news from your trusted local news source, weather updates, and more. Very Local also brings you fresh, untold stories from your very own city and communities like yours, with exclusive original shows and local stories specific to where you live. Get the channel to stream Very Local FREE on Roku or Amazon Fire TV.

Follow Very Local on Facebook and @VeryLocal on Instagram for more.

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