Five Things for Today: September 6, 2020

Scene from the National Arboretum, a perfect place to enjoy a beautiful day

 

Today’s 5 things are sponsored by Adventure Theatre

 

1.  DC is having spectacular weather this weekend — get out and take advantage!  This round-up of the best places in the DC area to spend a beautiful day outdoors is loaded with inspo for making plans. And the status of most have been updated to reflect any changes with COVID, plus there have been a couple of recent additions.

 

2. The National Symphony Orchestra’s annual Labor Day Concert at the Capitol isn’t taking place this year — not at that location, anyway.  Instead, the NSO is performing a live stream concert that will be simulcast on a big screen at Park Up DC, the series that has been presenting drive-in movies and other shows at the RFK Stadium parking lot.  The free concert begins at 7pm, and there will be room for 350 cars. Tickets required — use the code NSOLABORDAY to reserve.

 

3. The Capitol Riverfront BID is kicking off a Drive-In Movie Series later this month. Follow the link to see what’s playing and reserve tickets in advance.

 

4.  The Mom Edit’s Guide to Labor Day Sales: A Cheat Sheet.

 

5.  Scents of Pre-COVID: A New Candle Collection 😁😭

 

 

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