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The Best Online Events to Attend Without Leaving Home
The Best Online Events to Attend Without Leaving Home
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Being an avid event-goer isn’t something you have to give up while staying at home. You can still learn new skills, participate in group activities, or get some exercise without ever stepping foot outside. We've rounded up the best virtual events that you can join from anywhere, as long as there's Wi-Fi.
The Best Online Events to Attend Without Leaving Home
The Best Online Events to Attend Without Leaving Home
The Best Online Events to Attend Without Leaving Home
The Best Online Events to Attend Without Leaving Home
Collection by Eventbrite
Being an avid event-goer isn’t something you have to give up while staying at home. You can still learn new skills, participate in group activities, or get some exercise without ever stepping foot outside. We've rounded up the best virtual events that you can join from anywhere, as long as there's Wi-Fi.
Being an avid event-goer isn’t something you have to give up while staying at home. You can still learn new skills, participate in group activities, or get some exercise without ever stepping foot outside. We've rounded up the best virtual events that you can join from anywhere, as long as there's Wi-Fi.

Tune into this virtual workshop to master the beloved Portuguese pastry: Pastéis de Nata.

Enjoy a Qigong-infused online yoga class via Zoom that will induce the relaxation response in your body, strengthen your immune system, and improve your physical and emotional health during these stressful times.

Every Sunday, join yogis from around the world for a one-hour flow class to start your week off with chill vibes and an open heart.

Learn the secrets of Jamaican cuisine with teacher, chef and storyteller Delores, who will share everything you need to know to master two traditional Jamaican dishes: Jamaican curry chicken and fried plantains.

Afroindigenous chef Vanessa Opal June shares her favorite hand pie recipes with you, made with summertime herbs and fruits. Vanessa Opal is passionate about seasonal cooking and sustainable, zero-waste practices.

If you've never seen Michelangelo's jaw-dropping ceiling in person, here's the next best thing. Join a professional Vatican guide as they walk through the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel, and Saint Peter's Basilica. It's like a trip to Italy without leaving your home.

Spring is a time for new life, so get your home ready for a new houseplant (or five) this season with a workshop on basic plant care to turn your thumb just a little greener.

Up your improv game (consistently!) with this free workshop, offered nearly every day of the week.

Financial planning coach and mentor, Danielle Tucker, hosts financial literacy workshops that will help students understand their current financial situation and future financial needs while helping them to make informed financial decisions moving forward.

Calm your mind, deepen your breath, and open your heart in this 30-minute virtual meditation class led by Christina Tasooji, who is certified in Kundalini Yoga and Reiki energy healing. Enjoy a relaxing class that will help you develop more compassion for yourself and others.

Explore the wellness wheel's components of wellness and balance, and get encouragement toward developing a healthier and more meaningful life (even now), in these events funded in part by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

Take a look at how rubbing out, drawing over, tearing, smudging, folding, screwing up, burning, and nearly completely destroying your work is a well-used method of many artists in this mixed media class.

"Don't Stop" and get "Savage" in this class, as you do calisthenic workouts and varying styles of High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) to the sounds of songs like these from Megan Thee Stallion, Lil Baby, Cardi B, and more.

Discover the cathartic benefits of poetry in this workshop, in which participants will experiment with their own work and explore the words of others.

London-based drag susperstar Dolly Trolley will get your blood pumping with a campy aerobics workout and your abs sore from laughing.

Get ready to warm your heart in this event combining story time with a virtual pet visit. Because dogs and cats also love being read to, and loving being visited over Zoom by kids everywhere.

There's more to life than peanut butter. Remind your kids — and get tips on developing an appropriate meal plan for the picky ones — at this event.

Indulge in a restful and restorative meditation sessionled by a women-owned brand intent on uncovering the best version of you.

Learn how to make a great cup of coffee with a Chemex from the pros at Intelligentsia Coffee during this hands-on virtual pour over demonstration. Each ticket includes a bag coffee shipped to your door!

Atlas Obscura hosts a weekly trivia night, so gather your teammates and compete for a secret prize that will be mailed right to your home.

Experience an astrology meditation, followed by a ceremonial blessing with crystal singing bowls, all accompanied by soundscapes, nature sounds, and vocals. Get ready to be taken on an inner journey.

While we (sadly) still can't hop a flight to Paris to see the Lourve in person, this is the next best thing: A Parisian guide will take you on a virtual exploration of the museum and answer all your questions.

Give yourself the gift of creative self-expression with this online class, which explores art therapy by way of painting, sculpting, coloring, and drawing.

This virtual walking tour explores graffiti and street art all over Brooklyn, from the Bushwick Collective, the largest outdoor street art gallery in the US, to the Wall of Justice, a new space devoted to a powerful art movement.

It's clearly a must-try: Kids age 7 to 12 can create this classic connection as they learn about science and problem-solving.

Why does mozzarella turn brown when heated? Why does Halloumi keep its shape when cooked? Learn about various cheese-y reactions, and how we can use this science to select cheeses for the best cooking adventures.

Social change goes beyond mere words. Learn what actions you can take to support racial equity and which leadership role may be a fit in this interactive session.

Make your new favorite cookie and learn the secrets to perfect homemade ice cream sandwiches with Milk Street’s Food Editor Bianca Borges. Learn a few simple techniques to master ice cream sandwich technique.

"Saturday Night Live" cast member Cecily Strong discusses her deeply personal memoir about death, grief, and change with author, artist, and activist Chanel Miller.

Worried about saying the wrong thing about diversity? If so, and you've chosen instead to be silent, learn why speaking up is important for leaders — and how diverse insights can bring more collaboration.

Join New York Adventure Club to explore the past, present, and future of New York City's most controversial art pieces. This virtual journey around NYC will be led by Sylvia Laudien-Meo, art historian, museum educator, and NYC tour guide.

Get up close to a legend: writer Joyce Carol Oates, as she reads from her latest book, "Breathe," in discussion with Jonathan Santlofer.

Learn about objects that tell stories of the long history of giving by Black Americans, in this session sponsored by the National Museum of American History, including "Pancaked" ballet shoes from principal dancer Misty Copeland.

In this interactive class, L.A.’s Ice and Alchemy owner and cocktail creator will lead a virtual cocktail deep dive. Explore flavor combinations, spirit pairings, and the techniques to execute an amazing drink every time.

Learn how to turn your summer kitchen into a home canning paradise! In this class, you’ll make apricot jam with vanilla and homemade earl grey syrup. It’s delicious on toast, with charcuterie, and glazed on or filled in pastry.

If you're thinking of buying a house but don't know where to start, let this HUD- approved workshop from Operation Hope be your guide to help you find the home of your dreams. This is the first part of a two-part workshop.

It's time to conduct a spring cleaning on your wardrobe with this workshop geared to help you keep the things you love and say goodbye to the clothes that no longer serve you.

Set goals and see to their success with this vision boarding workshop, a chance to reflect and recalibrate.

Join a virtual street food tour of Bangkok by learning to cook three authentic Thai Street Food favorites: chicken larb, red panang curry, and banana fritters with Chef Gill.

Creating a safe, lively, and welcoming space for LGBTQ AAPI people, this monthly gathering starts with a short mindfulness exercise and then shares stories, struggles, laughter, and tears.

Get wild when you do hand stitching without a preset pattern or design. Okay, wild may be a little strong, but you can definitely feel free.

The team behind London's Honey & Co. discusses "Chasing Smoke: Cooking Over Fire Around the Levant," their cookbook featuring flame-fueled fixes like grilled sardines and tahini BBQ lamb chops.

Art lovers and science lovers unite: This life drawing class will teach you artistic techniques as you learn about the animal kingdom and how these creatures move.

James Beard Award–winning food writer Alexander Lobrano discusses the culinary adventures stemming from his debut memoir "My Place at the Table: A Recipe for a Delicious Life in Paris."

Even beginner artists can learn how to paint stylistic watercolor florals on postcards at this step-by-step workshop. Give them to a loved one, or send them to care home addresses provided by the instructor. 10% of the proceeds will be donated to Stop AAPI Hate.

Celebrate Katarina Cermelj's debut cookbook, which features several showstopping recipes for gluten-free finales (think marshmallow brownies and coffee cream puffs).

Contribute to your local chapter of this initiative, which assembles and distributes care packages to women in need.

Gain inspiration (and some inventory) at this virtual market, which spotlights several Chicago artisans and makers.

If you're thinking of buying a house but don't know where to start, let this HUD- approved workshop from Operation Hope be your guide to help you find the home of your dreams. This is the second part of a two-part workshop.

Chef Lachelle honors soul food through history, her personal food story, and delicious plant-based recipes. Join her to press fast-forward on today and look closer at how soul food is evolving and where it is going.

If you identify as Asian American and are in search of a safe space, attend this session to participate in guided meditation, reflection on mindfulness, and open discussions about what's on your heart.

Why is Frida Kahlo wearing a man's suit? And why did Robert Rauschenberg stick a stuffed eagle into his painting? Join George Benson on a tour of New York's Museum of Modern Art to find out what exactly makes an artwork queer.

Poke fanatics, rejoice: This workshop is a detailed how-to on the ocean-fresh Hawaiian specialty.

This virtual comedy experience will have you belly-laughing in the comfort of your own home with jokes from Debra DiGiovanni.

From Monet to Van Gogh, Cezanne to Degas, your expert guide will lead you through the upheavals and revolutions that grasped this amazing age of art during this virtual tour of Paris’s Musée D'Orsay.

Join famed dessert crafters Michel and Augustin for a Mother's Day edition of their monthly Baking 101 class.

Feed your soul and body with folklore, fairy tales and food! In honor of Sarah Robinson's new book, "Kitchen Witch," listen to stories by candlelight and get ready to make some healthy, nourishing veggie dishes.

Tune in for an evening of insights from Cheryl Strayed, author of "Wild" and "Brave Enough."

Flex your impromptu-living muscles (and social skills) with this workshop, which centers on a crux improv idea: the art of "yes, and."

Create your own little wire bird sculpture with a pair of needle nose pliers in this live demo led by Zack Mclaughlin of Paper & Wood.

Join New York Times bestselling author Jason Reynolds ("Ghost," "All American Boys") for a discussion on the power of literature.

Enjoy special readings of Octavia E. Butler's works, including November's rendition of "Wild Seed."