This Week at Woodrow Wilson House
Thank you to our Donors and Sponsors!
We deeply appreciate the support that we receive from all of you, our donors and sponsors. Your help is needed at this difficult time and we look forward to the day when we will be able to thank you in person.
Photo: Wilson on the campaign trail in South Dakota thanking supporters.
Save the Date:
The Bourbon Bash
The Wilson House fundraiser, the Bourbon Bash, is rescheduled to
Thursday, October 15th (Edith Wilson’s birthday!) What better way to celebrate?

We’ll toast Women’s Suffrage, good health, good friends and so much more! 
Vintage Game Night goes Virtual
May 6 at 5:30 PM

The best Happy Hour in town goes Virtual. Come say hello to other gamers on Zoom as we recreate our popular
First Wednesday event. Sign up on our webpage for a FREE game night!
Rainbows All Around
Kids all across the country are brightening their daily walks hunting for rainbows. The idea began in Italy as people posted hand-drawn rainbows on doors and windows encouraging us all to find hope in this time of quarantine.
Have you spotted a rainbow in your neighborhood? The Wilson House proudly displays our version of the rainbow, the League of Nations flag. Learn more about the Flag here - And if you walk the neighborhood, come by the Wilson House and see our rainbow and add the Wilson House to the Rainbow Connection DC Map.
Use the Woodrow Wilson House as your virtual background!

We've featured images of classic Wilson House settings and collections on our website for you to use as a background on your next conference call.
Visit our home page or click this link to find them, along with instructions on how to create your virtual background. We'll add more in the coming weeks, so keep checking back.
Puzzle Challenge:
 Every week we create a virtual jigsaw puzzle of a Wilson House collection piece. This week's challenge is Winter Landscape painted by First Lady Ellen Axson Wilson.
To play simply click on the image or

You can also play each week on our Facebook page: WoodrowWilsonHouse
What we're reading now:
Or on a lighter note:
  • Elusive Isabel, Jacques Futrelle (One of the first spy novels, set in 1909 DC. and also a 1916 movie).
What are you reading? Suggestions?
Let us know!
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