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Pleasant Pops Is Giving Away Popsicles This Week

Find the truck on Thursday or Friday if you want to meet an “ER” star.

Pleasant Pops gives away the goods this week. Photograph by Erik Uecke.

The Pleasant Pops folks are taking a quick break from opening their first brick-and-mortar location in Adams Morgan to team up with the Climate Reality Project for a cooling popsicle giveaway at multiple DC locations this week.

Free flavors include peach-hibiscus, watermelon-mint, and strawberry-ginger lemonade. In order to get yours, tweet a message with your environmental woes using the hashtag #ImTooHot, or do the same thing with a Facebook post. A bonus for all you ER fans: Actress Gloria Reuben—fictional HIV-positive doctor Jeanie Boulet, real-life environmental activist—is on board the truck Thursday and Friday to raise awareness.

Tuesday, August 14

11 to 3 PM, Farragut Square (17th and K sts., NW)

Wednesday, August 15

Noon to 2, West End (24th and M sts., NW)

3 to 7 PM, Foggy Bottom/George Washington University Farmers Market (I St. between New Hampshire Ave. and 24th St., NW)

Thursday, August 16

11 to 2:30 PM via pushcart and truck at the White House Farmers Market (Vermont Ave. between H and I sts., NW)

3 to 4, Farragut Square

Friday, August 17

11 to 3 PM, Franklin Park (13th and K sts., NW)

Saturday, August 18

9 to 1 PM at the Mt. Pleasant Farmers Market (3200 Mt. Pleasant St. between Park and Lamont sts., NW)

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