Whether you’re looking to venture out—while abiding by the latest Safer at Home regulations, of course—or you’d rather stay closer to home, we’ve got you covered. Read on for the latest can’t-miss virtual events (including a family walk for a great cause), plus get the scoop on which of LA’s outdoor spaces are open with with social distancing restrictions in place.

Friday

Yoga Storytime
For kids ages 3-7, Venice’s Abbot Kinney Library hosts this weekly stretch and read series. Practice fun and relaxing yoga poses, plus enjoy a story and a mindfulness exercise in this family-friendly program. All the details.

The Beat Buds Live Show
Kids can drum along to a live show by The BeatBuds during the week. The duo live-streams their performance every weekday at 9:30a.m., but you can also check out the concerts any time on YouTube. More details.

Saturday

Zumba for Kids
Get ready for a high-energy, super fun start to your day. Thanks to LA’s Friends of Mid-Valley Library, kids can Zumba (via Zoom) with awesome instructors Lula and Bianca. All the details.

Balloon Request Live
Tune in to watch master balloon artist Shana Sharp can make amazing cartoons come together before your very eyes. Watch her twist and tie balloons into a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle, Peppa Pig and more. All the details.

Sunday

Rock & Roll Playhouse Live
Kids can rock out with Rock & Roll Playhouse’s unique, interactive, and educational live music. Sunday morning’s event includes a livestream performance plus arts and crafts how-to. All the details.

Anytime

Work Out with Moana, Mulan & More
Disney Family has made a collection of fun exercise videos based on your favorite Disney films such as Peter Pan, Moana, The Incredibles and Mulan. The videos are each around 10 minutes long and feature iconic clips from the films. All the details.

Visit One of LA’s Botanical Gardens
Many of LA’s botanic and public gardens have either remained open or are now reopened, all with social distancing measures in place. Book your tickets in advance, go during the week if you can (when it’s likely to be even less crowded) and take a much-needed mini quarantine break. All the details.

–Shannan Rouss

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