The May flowers are in bloom and the birds are singing as spring is in full swing!
Here are a few new and different ways to celebrate all that the month has to offer while staying home and sheltering in place.
May 2: Dust off your best Derby hat, make an ice cold mint julep and tune in to watch "The Kentucky Derby: Triple Crown Showdown" on NBC. According to Bloodhorse.com, "the virtual race is a computer-simulated version of the American classic, which was postponed this year from its traditional running on the first Saturday in May to Sept. 5 because of COVID-19."
May 5: Celebrate Cinco De Mayo at home with food and music. This is a day to mark the Mexican Victory over the French in The Battle of Puebla in 1862. The day is traditionally remembered with music, parades and festivals.
May 7: Enjoy the last supermoon of the year. This will be the last of the three supermoons to occur in 2020. According to "The Old Farmer's Almanac," the moon will rise at 8:38 p.m. Put it on your calendar and make sure you don't miss this beautiful sight.
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