7 fun things to do online in Seattle this weekend: April 24 to 27

Apr 24 2020, 10:08 am

Welcome back to another weekend of physical distancing.

At this point, you’re either used to self-isolating or desperately need something to do.

If you’re in the latter group, put down that hair clipper and immerse yourself in one of these seven activities.

Go on a South African Safari

 

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Embark on an epic journey to South Africa to see the unique and fascinating wildlife without having to compromise your social and physical distancing.

Experiential travel company &BEYOND, in collaboration with wildlife broadcasting company WildEarth, is providing users with a front-row seat to experience three-hour safari game drives twice a day from their Ngala Private Game Reserve and Djuma Private Game Reserve in a project called WILDWatch Live.

The virtual safari footage can be seen between 6 and 9 am CAT (sunrise dependent), and 3:30 and 6:30 pm CAT (sunset dependent), which translates to between 9 pm and 12 am, and 6:30 am to 9:30 am.

When: Any day
Time: Between 9 pm and 12 am and 6:30 to 9:30 am

PlayOn Festival

 

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Party your weekend away at the first-ever PlayOn festival.

The festival hosted by Warner Brothers will feature artist performances from Coachella, Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, Primavera Sound, Rock in Rio, and more.

Big names to look out for include Ed Sheeran, Rita Ora, Rüfüs Du Sol, Coldplay, Death Cab for Cutie, Alt-J, Portugal. The Man, The Flaming Lips, Tones and I, Cardi B, Lil Uzi Vert, Lizzo, Robin Schulz, Oliver Tree, Paramore, Twenty One Pilots, Kaleo, and more.

Set times for the three-day festival can be found online.

When: April 24 to 26
Time: All-day

Together We Sweat

 

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Join a variety of fitness studios from across the globe as they livestream workouts on ClassPass’ YouTube Live channel throughout the day on April 24.

When: April 24
Time: All-day

Virtually visit the Pacific Science Center

 

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Although their doors are closed, the Pacific Science Center (PacSci) is continuing to teach learners through Curiosity at Home: experiences and activities for the curious.

They’ve put together a series of entertaining live science shows, hands-on STEM activities, tutorials, interviews, and more for learners of all ages, and have developed a variety of engaging videos and projects for children who are short on things to do while at home.

When: Anyday
Time: All-day

Host a virtual happy hour

 

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With so many video calling apps available, there’s no reason to hold off on your Friday night beer club.

If you or your friends don’t have any beer left in the fridge, don’t fret, order some from Elysian Brewing. The Seattle-based brewery is offering delivery and donating $5 from each order to the Seattle Hospitality Emergency Fund, which helps those all over Seattle who’ve been impacted by forced business closures and job loss.

Enjoy Disney rides and attractions

Disney has posted multiple videos to the Disney Parks YouTube channel to provide fans with a behind-the-scenes experience as they wait for the parks to reopen.

From announcing the new arrivals at Disney’s Animal Kingdom to virtual tours of Walt Disney Imagineering to a front-row seat on some of the most coveted rides, the channel has something for any avid Disney lover.

With files from Emily Rumball.