This is my OOL, notice there is no P, let's keep it that way
The city’s outdoor pools and spray parks are officially open for the summer, including the new Woody Ward Recreation Center east of the river. This is a big change over last year, when COVID-19 restrictions kept the gates locked. The pools will run on a weekend-only schedule until June 27, with no capacity restrictions but social distancing required. (Apartment dwellers, your building pools are still officially limited to 50% capacity.)
If “...Baby One More Time” isn’t your kind of classic, the group’s full 2021 season includes oldies-but-goodies like Our Town or The Merchant of Venice. (And they typically offer $35 tickets to those under 35).
Wear a mask on transit, at schools and playgrounds, in medical settings and DC government buildings, and in any business that requires them. (Plus, we'll add: Wherever else it makes you feel more comfortable).
In Dedicated: The Case for Commitment in an Age of Infinite Browsing, Pete Davis cites his local upbringing in a tight-knit Falls Church community for his lifelong philosophy that commitment and dedication are what really bring happiness.