Five Things for Today: September 7, 2020

Seen on a recent neighborhood walk


1. Labor Day baseball (and beyond): The Nationals are kicking off a six-game homestand starting today with a two-game series against the Tampa Bay Rays, and a four-game series against the Atlanta Braves September 10-13.  As you’re watching the televised games, you can recreate the ballpark food experience with the Best Ballpark Bites Delivered program, which features classic game day meals delivered right to your door.


2. Washingtonian has a nice round-up of 22 walks near water. And  several that are included have been covered well on KFDC for more about them:  Great Falls Park, Riverbend Park, Scott’s Run Nature Preserve, Roosevelt Island, Anacostia Riverwalk Trail, Georgetown Waterfront Park, River Farm.


3. To support kids and parents during this new season of distance learning, the National Children’s Museum is sharing a curated list of themed STEAM activities for families to engage in together. The Dreamers Digest includes projects, book suggestions, recipes, brain teasers, and more!  Go to their website and sign up for the monthly newsletter full of cool ideas.


4. 5 Minutes That Will Make You Love the Violin


5. Gen-X 4-ever ❤️ 


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