The Brick Store Museum’s Light Up The Night campaign is meant to recognize the “essential workers”— health care staff, grocers, first responders, child care workers, utility technicians, truck drivers, defense personnel, and so many more—who are putting themselves at risk to protect, serve and provide for the community and the nation. We can all take part in this recognition by placing a light in a window each night at dusk. It may seem like a small gesture, but such are the seeds of unity. Your light might be the first on your street—but only the first. Place a light in a window and snap a picture. Send it to me (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I’ll post it on the BB. It will also appear with all the photos collected through May 15. Let’s see how many lights we can contribute to this effort.