Feeling isolated? You’re not alone. (Sorry, we couldn’t resist.) Here are some ideas to infuse your day-to-night cycle with some art, song, and maybe even a peek into the future.
Virtual Gallery Night
Part of Gallery Night Providence, “attend” the "Reflective Lenses: WaterFire Volunteer Photography Show" at the WaterFire Arts Center via video on Vimeo.
The West Broadway Neighborhood Association hosts group sings via their WBNA's Facebook Live feed where they aim to “collectively sing out a song each night in solidarity with neighbors.” Follow along for tonight’s tune or be inspired to start your own!
Tarot and Astrology Readings
The groovy Thayer Street fixture Spectrum India is offering tarot and astrology readings via FaceTime and Skype. Call 421-1010 or visit online to book an appointment.
Need to calm yourself? The Mindfulness Center at Brown offers a roster of free, virtual, daily mindfulness sessions online or via Zoom. Find yoga, meditation, and more.
Become a Docent From Home
The John Brown House Museum in Providence looking for volunteers and providing virtual training sessions. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign-up. Kick-off virtual meeting: April 9th, 3pm-4pm on Zoom. Runs April-June 2020.
Support Local Biz
More than ever, your favorite cafes and shops are finding inventive ways to stay open. Curbside pick-ups, free delivery, and more. They’ve reached out to us and we’ve rounded them up at this ever-expanding list which is updated daily.