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The Best Online Events to Attend Without Leaving Your Home
The Best Online Events to Attend Without Leaving Your Home
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Being an avid event-goer isn’t something you have to give up while staying at home. You can still learn new skills, participate in group activities, or get some exercise without ever stepping foot outside. We've rounded up the best virtual events that you can join from anywhere, as long as there's Wi-Fi.
The Best Online Events to Attend Without Leaving Your Home
The Best Online Events to Attend Without Leaving Your Home
The Best Online Events to Attend Without Leaving Your Home
The Best Online Events to Attend Without Leaving Your Home
Colección de Eventbrite
Being an avid event-goer isn’t something you have to give up while staying at home. You can still learn new skills, participate in group activities, or get some exercise without ever stepping foot outside. We've rounded up the best virtual events that you can join from anywhere, as long as there's Wi-Fi.
Being an avid event-goer isn’t something you have to give up while staying at home. You can still learn new skills, participate in group activities, or get some exercise without ever stepping foot outside. We've rounded up the best virtual events that you can join from anywhere, as long as there's Wi-Fi.

Support children living with diabetes with this month-long initiative by choosing your race of choice, then fundraising your way to a variety of prizes.

The Remote Production Conference (RPC) is a multi-day, multi-track, online training conference designed to promote safer and more efficient remote production solutions for film, television & video professionals during the pandemic and into the future.

"The Late Late Show" bandleader and comedian Reggie Watts leads the latest installment of Dynasty Typewriter's series of improvisation classes, drawing on his experience as a musician and an actor in shows like "Comedy Bang! Bang!"

Warm up with celebratory yoga, then dance your heart out in honor of Women's History Month during this popular daytime party/rave/workout.

While we (sadly) still can't hop a flight to Paris to see the Lourve in person, this is the next best thing: A Parisian guide will take you on a virtual exploration of the museum and answer all your questions.

Give yourself the gift of creative self-expression with this online class, which explores art therapy by way of painting, sculpting, coloring, and drawing.

Have you always wanted to break into a career in fashion and styling, but had no idea where to start? Well this is it. Celebrity stylist Maeve Reilly gives you all her tips and tricks for launching your very own biz.

Invite Harry the skunk, Lucy the raccoon, or another Woodland Park Zoo animals to join your next video call. Boost morale during a team meeting, invite an extra friend to your hangout, or schedule a personal meeting with a critter and a member of the Seattle-based zoo's staff.

Spring hasn't sprung yet, but gardening season is almost upon us. Mind & Soil is hosting this happy hour where you'll learn a simple, step-by-step method to ensure the majority of your seeds germinate, along with tools you'll need, and more tips for getting your grow on.

Legendary country musician, humanitarian, and all-around American idol Dolly Rebecca Parton celebrates 75 years of rootin' tootin' living this year. Celebrate her birthday with a trip through her rhinestone-studded musical history.

Kick back with actor Jesse Ferguson and food writer Julie Tanous as they whip up recipes from their forthcoming "Food Between Friends" book, and enjoy other perks, too: cocktails with mixologist Charlotte Voisey and a special performance by Lisa Loeb.

Some of the best Black comics in the Bay Area will grace your screen and make you forget all about the dumpster fire that is 2020 — at least for an hour or so.

Tune into this virtual workshop to master the beloved Portuguese pastry: Pastéis de Nata.

Enjoy a Qigong-infused online yoga class via Zoom that will induce the relaxation response in your body, strengthen your immune system, and improve your physical and emotional health during these stressful times.

Carb enthusiasts will enjoy this workshop, in which they'll learn how to make their own pasta from scratch — start to finish.

This low-key happy hour craft class by CraftJam will guide you through painting four portraits of your favorite female figures on wooden medallions, perfect for decorating your home or gifting to a friend.

If you've never seen Michelangelo's jaw-dropping ceiling in person, here's the next best thing. Join a professional Vatican guide as they walk through the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel, and Saint Peter's Basilica. It's like a trip to Italy without leaving your home.

Pause for self-care during an International Women's Day edition of this women’s circle led by Christina Tasooji, the modern medicine woman behind The Antidote newsletter. This event uses meditation, reflection, and a supportive environment to help women navigate the world.

Get ready to warm your heart in this event combining story time with a virtual pet visit. Because dogs and cats also love being read to, and loving being visited over Zoom by kids everywhere.

Start the week off right with an evening of basic step and tunes, led by this Ohio-based dance company.

Deep relaxation is probably what most of us need in 2021! Join this practice where you get to lay on your yoga mat the whole session, while experiencing deep restorative rest through guided visualization and breath awareness. This practice is medicine for the overwhelmed.

Financial planning coach and mentor, Danielle Tucker, hosts financial literacy workshops that will help students understand their current financial situation and future financial needs while helping them to make informed financial decisions moving forward.

Atlas Obscura hosts a weekly trivia night, so gather your teammates and compete for a secret prize that will be mailed right to your home.

Experience a real-time feeding session with two-toed sloths at this animal encounter, hosted by Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo.

Join Atlas Obscura and the Guinness World Record holder for "largest pizza box collection" for a one-hour webinar on the weird and oddly specific history of everyone's favorite circular food.

Do you know how to make your own herbal syrups? Find out how at this workshop, where you'll then learn to make an elderberry Champagne cocktail with a sugared rim—gin or vodka optional.

Learn to cook with plant-based foods in this live course, where you'll receive a vegan recipe and tips on technique. Just check off the provided grocery list in advance so you can follow along at home.

Learn how to make three different kinds of handmade noodles in this workshop, led by the pros at Mei Mei restaurant in Boston.

In this interactive class, L.A.’s Ice and Alchemy owner and cocktail creator will lead a virtual cocktail deep dive. Explore flavor combinations, spirit pairings, and the techniques to execute an amazing drink every time.

Food Network star Giada De Laurentiis has a new book, "Eat Better, Feel Better: My Recipes for Wellness and Healing, Inside and Out," that helps you select food to build a wellness routine that benefits you inside and out. She'll chat with her colleague, Alex Guarnaschelli.

Take a virtual visit to Central Harlem and Spanish Harlem for a stunning exploration of local street art, walks of fame, and statues honoring local woman. A Q&A with the licensed NYC tour guide follows the interactive presentation.

Support your local community with this project, which rounds up feminine products and words of encouragement for Chicago women in need.

African American literature professor J. Ken Stuckey guides you through the legendary writer and activist's life, from poverty-stricken youth and preaching as a teenage Pentecostal minister through out-and-proud gay life in Paris and fame in Hollywood.

Culture writers Jeff Chang and Dave Cook discuss their new book for young adults about the rise of hip-hop in America, recounting conversations with DJs, b-boys, rappers, and activists.

Settle in for a night of audience interaction as comedians Todd Barry and Natasha Leggero speak with virtual audience members from around the globe and make jokes at their expense.

Instead of pulling your mask down onto your chin or hanging it off an ear, why not make a mask chain? Learn the basics of jewelry making at this two hour workshop, which will leave you with a mask chain you can also use for your sunglasses.

Two DC artists lead an online crafting workshop where you'll learn the basics of needle felting to create a 3D cherry blossom out of wool.

Enjoy special readings of Octavia E. Butler's works, including November's rendition of "Wild Seed."

Thrive Global's Arianna Huffington and Marina Khidekel share practical, researched habits that they call "microsteps" to help you live your best life.

Learn about female artists and botanical explorers, then sketch your own leaves, plants, or flowers to paint with watercolor.

Author Cynthia Sweeney sits down with Kate Flannery from "The Office" to discuss her new novel about the enduring bonds of marriage and friendship.

Liev Schreiber ("Ray Donovan"), Maulik Pancholy ("30 Rock"), and Natasha Rothwell ("Insecure") read humorous and moving short stories by contemporary writers during a live taping of the podcast and radio show "Selected Shorts."

Savory Japanese curry is a popular everyday meal in Japanese households. Learn about the history of curry in Japan and learn to make your own homemade Japanese curry brick at this cooking workshop.

Author Kate Aronoff and actor Jane Fonda discuss what it will take to face the existential threat of climate change head-on.