The new normal is starting to look almost, well, normal, with outdoor yoga classes, pop-up drive-ins, museum events and more. Read on for all the details.

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Do Zooga Outdoors
Kids yoga outpost Zooga Yoga is offering daily outdoor yoga, dance and music classes for all ages. Classes are limited in size, masks are required for kids ages 3 and up, and everyone can practice their social distancing skills outdoors. All the details.

Get a Moo-ve on
The Gentle Barn invites guests to its physically distanced Gentle Barn Drive-Thru on Sun. Go behind the scenes at the barn and meet the cows, pigs, goats, sheep and more, who call this Santa Clarita rescue home. All the details.

Make a Masterpiece with CAAM
In this interactive family workshop from thhe California African American Museums, kids will create cut paper lanterns from LED lights and materials found around the house. The project is inspired by CAAM’s Nikita Gale: PRIVATE DANCER. All the details.

Experience Star Wars on the Big Screen
Ready to watch a movie in the great outdoors while staying safe and cozy in your car? Join Street Food Cinema at the Brandeis Bardin Campus for Star Wars: The Force Awakens. All the details.

See an “Indy” Movie
Tis the season for pop-up drive-ins and we’ve got another one happening this weekend at The Valley Cultural Foundation Drive-Up Movies series. Catch classic adventure flickIndiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull from the comfort of your car. All the details.

Create a Flower Crown
The Beverly Center is getting in on the at-home kids crafting game with its new Kids Crafting Series. Pick up all the materials at the mall’s Curbside Service area (3rd Street Valet). Then watch a new crafting video from your home every other week on Instagram @beverlycenter. All the details.

Go On an ODDysey
The Getty Museum and the Troubadour Theater Company bring you a slapstick, family-friendly retelling of Odysseus’s epic adventures in The ODDyssey. Tune in on Sun. at 3p.m. for the 15-20 minute Zoom webisodes, featuring a cast of kooky mythical characters. Event details.

Take a Hike
Pack up your little trekkers and head to one of these off-the-beaten path LA trails where the views are still Instagrammable, but the crowds won’t overwhelm you. From a hidden 58-acre park in Culver City to a natural preserve in Pasadena, discover the best easy-to-moderate hikes the whole family. Fri.-Sun. All the details.

–Shannan Rouss