Five Things for Today: December 15, 2020

This past summer at Potomac Overlook, where you can search for Santa this week

 

 

 

1. Starting today through December 20, you can go on a scavenger hunt around Potomac Overlook Park to find Santa’s helpers so they can get back to the North Pole in time for the holidays.  Cost is $5 per family, and no reservations are needed, but check in at the Nature Center from 11am – 3pm to begin.  The park in Arlington is a great place to hike around, even better when there’s an extra holiday adventure!  Get some background on Potomac Overlook in this KFDC post from very pre-Covid times — but all still applicable now.

 

2. In case you missed it yesterday, there’s a new giveaway running for a chance to win a Family Four-Pack of Tickets to Crystalline at ARTECHOUSE.

 

3. As biking has grown in popularity during Covid, this workshop from WABA, the Washington Area Bicyclist Association, may be of interest to many:  Cycling Maintenance Tips for Colder Months with Jafe Cycling will take place on Zoom today at 12:30pm.  Register here.

 

4. Washington Post’s On Parenting has tips on managing kids’ expectations for the Covid holidays. (Hopefully, the KFDC holiday guide can help with that a bit.)

 

5. Love this clarification from Wardrobe Oxygen.

 

Wingspan comparison – 4 years ago

 

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2 Responses to Five Things for Today: December 15, 2020

  1. Sheila Bouley

    I have some free virtual children’s events I’d like for you to post. How do I send them to you?

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