As people self-isolate and social distance, there are activities happening digitally to help fight the boredom and redundancy.
Fairfax County Libraries announced closures through March 29, but people who normally visit local libraries can check out free online resources including audiobooks and e-books.
Anyone with a library card can log into a system called Overdrive, which allows people to choose from a wide range of works from all genres.
Though some titles have limited availability and a waitlist, the system offers a list of popular titles available now.
The Brews and Books event at Lake Anne Brew House will take place online this week from 7 -8:30 p.m. on Saturday (March 21), according to the Facebook page. This week people will be talking about “Boys & Sex: Young Men on Hookups, Love, Porn, Consent, and Navigating the New Masculinity” the page said.
People can log onto Zoom to attend the event. The meeting “ID” is 332 501 624 and the “password” is 649440.
Lake Anne Brew House also announced it will be able to deliver pretzels, food and beer to anyone who is interested.
Fans of musical theatre can stream broadway musicals online using Broadway HD, which lets people stream certain productions in the comfort of their own home. The company is offering a free 7-day trial but costs around $9 each month after that.
Photo via Daria Nepriakhina on Unsplash
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