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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. By Anna Spiegel
Comments () | Published August 13, 2012
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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