3 (safer) ways to spend your weekend in DC

With Omicron surging around DC, enhance your plans with these virtual and outdoor events:

Friday January 7: Take a virtual tour of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture through this guided discussion of the accomplishments of individuals who overcame injustice, with a focus on civil rights, sports, migration and education. This 1 p.m. discussion is limited to 50 guests.

🎷 Saturday January 8: Enjoy a free show on the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage, in person or live. Sin Miedo, a salsa orchestra, will make you want to dance to their Afro-Cuban rhythms. Reserve your tickets or watch online.

🚯 Sunday January 9: In the days following the Capitol Hill uprising, a group of DC residents came together to clean up the trash left on Capitol Hill and continued to meet. Join them for their final District Cleanup at 11 a.m. in Union Square. No equipment required, although volunteers are encouraged to bring their own gloves and garbage bags.

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