Five Things for Today: October 7, 2020

Catch Degas at the Opéra at the National Gallery of Art through this weekend

 

1. There are only a few days left to see Degas at the Opéra at the National Gallery of Art.  The exhibit showcasing some of the artist’s most renown works closes after October 12.  More galleries on the museum’s Ground Floor are currently accessible to view even more art.  Admission is timed entry to limit the number of people, and there is plenty of space and protocols on place for a safe experience. Hours are 11am – 4pm daily. Reserve free passes here.

 

2. Rosslyn Cinema is back at Gateway park this fall with a line-up of outdoor movies to enjoy on Friday evenings in October.  This week’s film is You’ve Got Mail, October 16 is Remember the Titans, and  October 23 is Hocus Pocus.  Admission is FREE, but you must register the Wednesday before the movie you want to attend — that’s today if you want to see Meg and Tom quaintly message over AOL.  Food and drinks will not be for sale there, but you can BYO (no alcohol, though). Follow the link for more details and registration.

 

3. The DC Government just published Guidance for Halloween and Dia de los Muertos during Covid-19.  And you can check out a KFDC round-up of happenings going on around the area to celebrate.

 

4. Black-owned Etsy shops.

 

5. And the Federal Employee of the Year is…

 

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