Stuck at home? On demand and Virtual Events and Entertainment
Yes, we’re all stuck at home, or at least limited in our entertainment and activities. Don’t sit in front of the tv binge watching your normal tv shows – save that for your normal tv viewing time. Use some of your free time to check out new types of entertainment and virtual events and broaden your horizons while you stay at home!
We’ve gathered a list of free online and virtual events and activities so you can feel social while social distancing.
Virtual Events and Activities for Anyone!
Virtual Museum Tours and Exhibits
Google Arts & Culture has joined together with over 500 museums and galleries around the world to offer virtual tours and online exhibits of some of the most famous museums around the world.
Home Safari Facebook Live each weekday at 3pm will highlight one of the amazing animals and include an activity you can do from home. Join them starting Monday, March 16 at 3pm for the first Home Safari- featuring Fiona!
Watch 2 sessions of Columbus Zoo Q’s Series on their Facebook page. On Zoo Qs, they’ll offer answers with weird, wacky, and fun facts about the awesome animal kingdom. There are 10 episodes available, and each is just a few minutes long, such as “Why do giraffes have spots?” or “Wombat Poop Is What?”.
You can also watch a new video of Aurora’s 15 week old cub explore his behind-the-scenes yard and pool!
Virtual Events and Activities for Kids
A Week of Awesome Afternoon Adventures! with Chris Field – Serial Disrupter
Each day next week at 3pm EST you can log in for free and your kids can go on a LIVE and one of a kind adventure with some awesome people. Open to all ages but focused on kids ages 5-10.
- Monday – an exotic animal veterinarian will be hanging out with real giraffes (yes, this photo is one of them!) and teaching us all about their lives
- Tuesday – a local policeman will give a tour of his police car and share all about how our policemen spend their days
- Wednesday – some fun and relaxing and CALMING kid’s yoga with the amazing Allison Sullivan
- Thursday – an adventure all the way to Ghana, Africa with yours truly
- Friday – an online art class where kids will learn new skills and refine old ones and create something awesome (and not messy)
All of these classes will be FREE and available on the free ZOOM app which is available on both phone and PC. Each adventure will last between 30-45 minutes. Please comment on this post for further updates and log-in information.
I know there are tons of parents wondering what you’re going to do with the kids every day during spring break 2.0 so…
Posted by Chris Field – Serial Disruptor on Saturday, March 14, 2020
Weekly on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday @ 3:00 pm (November 30, -0001 – April 3, 2020)
Cincinnati Zoo Facebook Live
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March 15, 2020 at 03:57PM