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Mega Weekend – Things To Do When You Have To Stay Home

Anne Evans Anne Evans Mega Weekend – Things To Do When You Have To Stay HomeStay safe this weekend.
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Last weekend feels like a world away. We’ve collected a few things that are going on virtually so you can stay connected to your community while we are all advised to stay inside.


-Attend a virtual comedy show tonight
-Many Columbus yoga studios have online classes
The Arnold has gone virtual
-Support Craftin’ Outlaws at their virtual shopping event through March 29
-Many organizations are asking for volunteer help
-Donate critical essential items to the Downtown YMCA
-Stay connected to your community with the CMC with streaming Wednesday forums
Get apples at Lynd’s Market for their last drive-thru market for awhile
-Take a virtual tour of Thurber House on Friday at noon with Scott Woods
Request your Absentee Ballot for Voting
Pre-order from Worthington Farmers Market and Drive-thru to pick it up
-If you need to take COTA, it is free and you should enter the rear door


-Any parents now finding themselves teachers may like Facebook Group Parenting under Quarantine
-Mo Willems has Lunch Doodles every day at 1pm
-Go on a Home Safari Facebook Live each weekday at 3pm with the Cincinnati Zoo
-Sunny Meadows Flower Farmstand is open
-Use SUPPORT COLUMBUS EATS to find restaurants to support
ColumbusMakesArt has a list of Columbus Virtual and Outdoor Experiences

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