Five Things for Today: September 29, 2020

A return to the Kogod Courtyard at the National Portrait Gallery/American Art Museum


1. Now that several Smithsonian Museums have reopened, be sure to plan ahead if you want to visit them.  Timed entry passes need to be reserved at least a couple of days  in advance for most, even weeks ahead for the African American Museum. The Renwick Gallery is the only one that doesn’t require passes; you can just walk right in when it’s open Wednesday – Sunday.


2. If you like to camp, then check out The Dyrt, a resource for planning camping trips.  Find campgrounds — tents, cabins, RV parks, etc. — by location and get information  along with reviews, tips, and photos from campers who’ve been there.  You can also share your favorite spots with the camping community. (FTR, I have no affiliation with them;  just discovered it randomly through a social media ad.)


3.  Something fun for adults: Capitol Cider House is hosting a virtual Cider Making Workshop this Friday, October 2.  Tickets include a cider making kit and a sampler of ciders made at the cider house.  Cost is $39 if you pick up your kit, $49 if you have it delivered.    


4.  Just ordered these… any guesses what for?  (Hint: 😷) And if you’re looking for some of your own, here’s a whole bunch of options.


5. All of this 💙


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