From Councilmember Elissa Silverman <[email protected]>
Subject Join Me Next Tuesday (8/6) at #LawnDC!
Date July 31, 2019 8:42 PM
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Have you ever wondered what it would be like to bring the summer indoors? Well, the National Building Museum's latest exhibit, Lawn, does just that. And even better, you're invited to explore it with me for free?next Tuesday, August 6, from 9:00-11:00am!

Thanks to the Council's annual Ward Day <[link removed]> partnership, admission is free for District residents with a valid ID. The remaining Ward Day schedule is below:

- August 6 from 9:00-11:00am: Ward 3 and Ward 4
- August 13 from 9:00-11:00am:?Ward 1 and Ward 5

If your scheduled Ward Day has already passed and you plan to join me on Tuesday, RSVP here <[link removed]>.

Lawn?features a huge green space for lawn games,?interactive hammocks suspended from the ceiling, and audio from prominent American storytellers sharing summertime memories. Plus, the Building Museum partnered this year with the LAB at Rockwell Group to bring an augmented reality game that will let you chase and catch fireflies!?

Can't make it to a Ward Day? Every Thursday in August, the Building Museum will feature a free movie screening open to the public. You can see the full schedule of upcoming Lawn events here <[link removed]>.

If you're traveling by Metro, Judiciary Square (Red Line) is across from the Building Museum and Gallery Place (Yellow/Green Line) is just down the street. Three Metrobus routes also have stops nearby: D6, 80, and X2. Capital Bikeshare is always an options too, with several docking stations in the area.

See what else you can expect at the exhibit here <[link removed]>,?and I hope to see you there!


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