COVID-19 pandemic

Fun from Afar: Keeping community during social distancing

It’s amazing to see the way community members are reaching out to each other to have a little fun from a distance. It’s good for our state and good for our mental health. This list will be updated regularly, so if you’re offering a little virtual fun while we’re hunkering down, let us know! Send info to

Community Yoga: Matt Garza, parkist in residence and member of the Glitter Goddesses, teaches community yoga daily at 10am. Check it out at

Trivia Night, Home Edition: Monday through Thursday nights from 7 – 9pm through at least March 26, WRIK Entertainment will post one round of trivia every 30 minutes for people to play at home. To play, go to, RSVP to the home edition trivia event and tune in at 7pm. Tag pics of you playing at home with #wriktrvia


Ricky Rainbow Beard: Beloved local artist Ricky Rainbow Beard is telling 6pm bedtime stories with his sock puppet Joe. See them live at

Story Time!: Storyteller extraordinaire Valerie Tutson is telling a daily story at 11:30am via her Facebook page (

Epic Theatre artistic director Kevin Broccoli and Contemporary Theater Company’s artistic director Christopher Simpson are offering some at-home entertainment by talking theater. Find it at the theaters’ Facebook pages ( and