Congrats, parents! We’ve officially made it to June. This weekend, be sure to check out this Lincoln Center live broadcast, this virtual family art project courtesy of Wave Hill, or this kid-friendly stand-up comedy show. Scroll down for all of our top picks for the kids this weekend!


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Sing-Alongs with the Deedle Deedles

Dance along to rock-n-roll tunes inspired by history, science, and folklore and help support independent musicians!

Songs for Seeds Music Class

Enjoy NYC’s most popular music class with super fun music that also has kids learning shapes and colors, matching backs and fronts of animals, “traveling” to a new country every week, learning a number through a silly magic trick and more.

Snapology Movie (featuring Toy Story)

Have a blast and explore your favorite Toy Story characters and their amazing adventures! Create your favorite 3D LEGO® characters such as Sheriff Woody and Buzz Lightyear.

Lincoln Center Pop-Up Classroom

In this live broadcast, Pop-Up Classroom Teaching Artists are challenged to improvise on the spot!

Family Art Project: Depth in Distance

Explore Depth in Distance together through weekly videos that are based on previously planned projects and made relevant to the current situation. Everyone can do these projects at home with a little bit of creativity and imagination!

Virtual Drag Story Time

Join Londyn Bradshaw and friends for this popular story time virtually through the Seattle Public Library’s YouTube page.

Superheroes & Villains Yoga

Join some of your favorite superheroes and villains for an action-packed yoga class! Go through important training to strengthen your bodies, explore your own superpowers as well as wicked ways through fun yoga games and activities and you might even have a chance to save the city from some real bad guys.

Visit the Grand Canyon Virtually

Take a virtual rafting trip through the Grand Canyon, go on a virtual hike and more.

Bring Ya Mamma Comedy Show

Eugene Barnes hosts an all ages clean stand-up comedy show. Watch comedians from clubs and TV for a live interactive fun event where they do their best clean jokes.

Visit the Virtual Science Center

Check out the virtual science center from the Arizona Science Center! Explore DIY activities, virtual demonstrations, hands-on tutorials and more.


There are tons more virtual events on our calendar – be sure to check them out all week long!


–  Jesseca Stenson


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