Just because we’re all stuck inside our homes, it doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy some of the same activities that we normally do! Check out this list of virtual experiences and things to do while quarantined that can be done safely in your own home.
Virtual Workshops with Unglued
Missing the art classes with Unglued? You don’t have to! They are still doing crafty classes, just virtually. Head to their site to purchase a class and choose from either picking up the materials at Thunder Coffee or having it shipped straight to you.
They have both DIY kits where you can do it on your own time and also virtual workshops where you can follow along with the group!
Check out Livewire’s Facebook page for local bands performing in their Live@Livewire series. Jade Presents is also doing virtual concerts on their Facebook page, so check them both out to support our local musical talent!
Downtown Fargo Yoga has been continuing their Yoga and mimosas on Saturday mornings and Yoga and beer on Friday nights. Join in virtually with your favorite beverage!
Red River Trivia is doing virtual trivia via Facebook Live throughout the week. Check out their Facebook page for upcoming dates. Join in on both themed and general trivia nights with the trivia company you love!
Theatre B is hosting “B At Home” a Facebook Live for live performances. From comic book readings to script performances, you can still enjoy the amazing works by our local acting community from the safety of your home.
Check out the Fargo-Moorhead Community Theatre’s page for different stories in “The Magic Castle” narrated by local performers. This is great for the whole family to become inspired and enjoy classic stories.
Visit the zoo
We also have a virtual tour around the zoo that you can check out:
The folks at 4e Winery have been hosting virtual wine tastings on their Facebook page. Grab your favorite local wine and join in the fun via Zoom.
Support all of our local wineries by choosing their wines when you stock up at the liquor stores or by purchasing their wine online!
Virtual art museum visit
Both of the local art museums have virtual options on their websites to experience the museum from the comfort of your home.
If you haven’t seen the Salvidor Dali exhibit at the Plains Art Museum, check out their site and view some of the works while you read about the history and how it made it to North Dakota for the first time. Check out their many other exhibits while you’re at it.
Go back in time
Put on your Viking gear and hop aboard the Hjemkomst Viking Ship!
Take a stroll through a Pioneer village at Bonanzaville USA!