Have an out of this world Mother’s Day weekend with our complete guide to the best virtual events you can enjoy live, plus fun activities to do on your own schedule. Read on for the details.

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Take a Story Break
Tune into Story Time with Miss Lauren of the Studio City branch library. Kids can join in on interactive songs and enjoy felt board stories, too. All the details.

Enjoy Recess
Every weekday at 11a.m., join Cayton Children’s Museum for #caytonrecess, with music, story time, art making and plenty of inspiration. All the details.


Learn to Juggle
The perfect project to get you and the kids through the rest of quarantine: master juggling—or at least try to—with Olga Kay, a former juggler with Ringling Brothers circus. She offers two one-hour live lessons on Sat. All the details.

Watch Balloon Request Live
Get ready to be amazed as LA-based balloon artist Shana Sharp twists and ties balloons into kids’ favorite characters, from Olaf to Poppy and Peppa Pig. All the details.


Make sure the weekend truly has a happy ending with  your character bedtime stories by Enchanting Events, on Facebook live every Sun. All the details.


Build a Rosebud Float
The Tournament of Roses and Kidspace Children’s Museum are hosting the first-ever virtual parade, featuring floats homemade by you. Submit your creation by May 11. All the details.

Make a Mother’s Day Craft
Kids can get in on celebrating mom with one of these last minute DIY craft projects. All the details.

Get Creative with Cardboard
From a rocket ship to a DIY maze, discover 17 epic creations made from cardboard boxes. All the details.

–Shannan Rouss


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