Five Things for Today: October 8, 2020

Seen on a recent neighborhood walk



1. Capital Harvest on the Plaza (CHoP), which has been closed this season, is returning to Downtown DC to host a mini pop-up market today from 11am – 2pm on Woodrow Wilson Plaza at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center (13th & Pennsylvania Avenue NW).  Swizzler Food Truck, Sugar Plug Bakery, DelMarVa Kettle Korn and Larry’s Produce will be participating in the first of its kind mini pop-up market.


2. This evening at 7pm, join the National Museum of American History for a virtual celebration for the opening of Girlhood (it’s complicated).  The new  exhibition showcases unexpected stories of girlhood, engaging the audience in timely conversations about women’s history.  Follow the link to register for the event.


3. Enjoy wine and the season at George Washington’s (former) digs.  The annual Mount Vernon Fall Wine Festival & Sunset Tour is taking place tomorrow through Sunday.  Tickets are sold out for Saturday evening, but you can still snag them for Friday and Sunday. Tickets start at $42/members, $46/non-members.


4. Washington Post recommends 13 books to help you weather the rest of 2020 and beyond.


5. The buzz from last night.


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