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.
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