Five Things for Today: September 2, 2020

A view from within the Hirshhorn Sculpture Garden


1. The Kreeger Museum in Northwest DC just reopened its Sculpture Garden.  It’s limited capacity, so reservations are required.  There is a suggested donation of $10/adult, $8/senior, student, military, and kids 12 & under are free.


2.  The Hirshhorn has some new Kids at Home creative prompts, including a weaving project and watercolor painting — all of them related to art in the museum’s collection.  There are a bunch of others to check out if you want even more art activities!


3. This weekend, Park Up DC, which has been bringing Drive-In movies to RFK, is featuring something else especially for adults.  On Saturday, DC Improv presents Drive-In Comedy. The show will include stand-up by several local comedians.  It starts at 9pm, and tickets are $35-50.


4. You can now use a phone to ride Metro!


5. My friend Darcy’s new list of 10 Happy Things for September is so good, as always.

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