Five Things for Today: September 10, 2020

Seen on a recent neighborhood walk: The temporarily closed Miracle Theater on Barracks Row

 

1. Super, Awesome, & Amazing at the St. James is open again. They have new standards of safety and hours — Thursday & Friday 1-8pm for general admission, and Saturday & Sunday 9am – 7pm for events only. Read a KFDC review of the kids activity center from pre-COVID times.

 

2. The Woodrow Wilson House, a national historic landmark and house museum that focuses on President Wilson’s “Washington Years,” is debuting a new Suffrage Outside exhibit in commemoration of the centennial of the 19th amendment. It will be open to experience starting today through November 11. Reserve tickets in advance.

 

3.  Tomorrow, September 11, Wreaths Across America wants to honor the “Freeport Flag Ladies” and those affected by 9/11, by uniting in national flag waving.  The organization is calling for Americans to stand outside and wave a flag for one minute at 8:46AM, 9:03 AM, 9:37AM and 10:03AM — the times planes crashed into the World Trade Center Towers, the Pentagon, and into a field near Shanksville, PA.

 

4. Epicurious has a series for budget friendly meals. Dinner and Change features recipes for dishes that feed four for $10 or less.

 

5. Panda cub peek!

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