When the first presidential debate of the 2016 presidential race kicks off, the country will get its first look at the man who has made himself president of the United States.
President Barack Obama speaks during a news conference at the White House in Washington, DC, on Oct. 20, 2017.
The President and first lady Michelle Obama were scheduled to speak at the event.
| AP Photo Obama, Biden, Biden visit Maryland’s Mount Vernon on Oct 26, 2017 to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary.
| MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images Biden, Obama and Obama visit Mount Vernon, Md., Oct. 26, 2021.
The Obamas are set to speak about health care on Tuesday.
| Courtesy of the Obamas The Obamans and the first family will be in Maryland this weekend to celebrate the 50th anniversary of their wedding anniversary with the state’s largest celebration of its own.
President Joe Biden and first daughter Chelsea will be attending the White Rock Memorial Park in downtown White Rock, Md. on Friday.
They are scheduled to arrive on Sunday to attend the Mount Vernon Sportsmen’s Festival.
The Obamas will be on hand to greet the first lady and the president during the Saturday evening event at Mount Vernon Park, where the first couple will participate in a game of dodgeball.
The couple’s first official trip to Maryland in more than 50 years will be marked by a photo opportunity.
The president and first ladies Michelle Obama and Maya Obama-Snipes will be taking photos of the couple while they are in the state, along with First Lady Michelle Obama-Lincoln, and her husband, Vice President Joe Biden.
A small crowd of photographers and videographers will be there to capture the moment the Obamas take the field in White Rock.
A special event will also be held in Mount Vernon for the first women’s baseball team in Maryland history.
Obama will also have an informal photo opportunity with the president in the park.
Biden will be the first president to visit the park since the Obams were inaugurated in 2009.
The two presidents will be joined by local sports fans, including former Baltimore Orioles outfielder Manny Machado, and some members of the Mount Union football team.