Five Things for Today: July 14, 2020

Seen on a recent neighborhood walk

1. DC Public Library has reopened 14 branches, allowing visitors inside. Hours are 11am – 2pm and 3-7pm on weekdays.

2. DC DPR is offering Fun & Sun Camps, limited, in-person, full-day summer camps for DC Residents. Programs will be hosted at over 25 locations from July 20 through August 28. Campers will participate in traditional camp activities, including fitness, noncontact sports, arts and crafts, in-camp field trips/enhancements, nature walks, and games — all while practicing social distancing. Learn more and register here.

3. The National Gallery of Art will reopen the Ground Floor of the West Building starting Monday, July 20. Free, timed passes will be required to ensure a safe experience for visitors — they’ll be released every Monday for the following week. Reserve yours here.

4. More library news: Arlington Public Libraries eliminated late fees, just as DC did back in May, to make libraries more accessible to everyone.

5. Finally.

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