During social distancing, you can keep the kids busy with yoga, arts, soccer skills, playgroups and more while staying connected and supporting these Hill businesses. Your child may get to see familiar faces from their favorite activities! This is a work in progress, to be updated as I find out about more. Email me at email@example.com.
Breathing Space is replacing in-person yoga with classes on Zoom for currently enrolled students. It is also working on launching classes that will be open to everyone, and it is seeking input on times, age ranges and formats. Fill out a survey.
Camp Shenanigans is registering now for an online version of “Play in a Day” for 6-10 year olds. Each day at 10 a.m. Ms. Shannon host a 45-minute Zoom call and work with kids to create and perform a story for the camp’s podcast. $48/week. Register.
- Smash painting
- Shaving cream marble prints (food coloring can substitute for liquid watercolors)
- Salad spinner art
- Scrape painting
In case you missed it:
- “End the Disconnect,” an Awesome Art Project and Fundraiser on the Hill
- Social Distance Diary, Day 6: Sprouting Joy
- Schools Closed Through April 24, Parks/Playgrounds to Close and More
- School Lottery Results to Be Released on Schedule, March 27
- See Cherry Blossoms Right in the Neighborhood
- News and Notes: School Announcement, Takeout/Delivery Lists, Fun Stuff and More
- Flower Hunt: New No-Contact Neighborhood Activity