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Yeah, it’s snowing, we know. The feds, the D.C. government, and school districts around the area are closed for the day—-and unfortunately, some cultural venues are canceling programs, too. Below is a list of presenters that have shut their doors for the day. This list will be updated.
- The Phillips Collection
- The Newseum; today’s event with John Heilemann and Mark Halperin is canceled
- The National Zoo (but all other Smithsonian museums are open)
- All events at Discovery Theater
- National Geographic Museum
- Afternoon tea at the Strathmore Mansion is canceled; tonight’s Stone Ridge School concert will continue as scheduled
- Library of Congress, including reading rooms, visitor spaces, and public events
- National Archives
- National Gallery of Art
- Dumbarton House
- U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
- National Building Museum
- National Museum of Women in the Arts
Old Executive Office Building photo via Shutterstock