Five Things for Today: October 5, 2020

A view from Georgetown Waterfront Park


1. The very popular annual Taste of Georgetown has been canceled this year due to COVID, so the Georgetown BID is hosting Taste and Shop Georgetown instead. Starting today through October 25, more than 65 restaurants, retailers, salons, and services will offer specials and promotions over this three-week period throughout Georgetown’s commercial district.  This program features take-out, delivery, and outdoor dining specials, in addition to fall shopping and service deals, and gifts with purchase.  Follow the link for a list of participating places. And if you head down there with the kids to dine and/or shop, plan a stop at Georgetown Waterfront Park to hang out by the water, stroll around, and see the ducks!


2. Tomorrow, October 6, plan to join Kramerbooks for an online Storytime with Eva Chen!  Eva will be reading from her new picture book Roxy the Last Unisex Rex, which will be released the same day (and can be purchased through the link). Tune into IGTV at 10am to join!🦄


3. Guidance for Teenagers to Stay Mentally Strong During the Pandemic


4.Warm and cozy fall soup recipes.


5. News from the weekend 😁


PS:  For ongoing/weekday activities with kiddos, see this KFDC post for what is open around the area and get ideas for indoor places especially good for little kids.


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