8 things to do at home this week in Vancouver (Mar 30-Apr 3)
Happy Sunday, Vancouver! We hope that you enjoyed your weekend and at least got up to some fun stuff while staying safe. Hopefully, our list of things to do helped you out, because we’re back with more suggestions! We’re devoted to this stuff.
Here are 8 things to do this week in Vancouver.
Or the ukulele, or the bass… Because Fender is offering 3 months free for their super-popular teaching program Fender Play. If you’re trying to learn a new skill in your downtime, check this out for sure.
You could use this time to expand your skillset. Entertain whoever you’re stuck in quarantine with a magic trick or two. Tons of tutorials are available on YouTube. While you’re at it, see if you can find a trick for making COVID-19 disappear…
We’ve been covering all the new delivery services springing around Vancouver. The most recent one? A new initiative from Luppolo Brewing Company and a handful of other brewers. Stocking up on beer while supporting local businesses? Perfect.
Courtesy of a beloved Canadian brand- Cirque du Soleil. That’s right, the famous circus show is offering a behind the scenes look at the show. Start off with a 60-minute long special, then explore music playlists, instructional videos, and much more.
But safely, using the National Parks Services wildlife webcams. Bears, eagles and aquatic animals are currently being featured, and it’s a great way to spend an hour. Very calming vibes.
Except, explore the weirdest screencaps that have ever been found on there. You’d think that sending people around the earth with cameras strapped to their heads would produce some silly results. And, you’re absolutely right. Click the link above to see the best of the best (slightly NSFW)
April begins this week, and you know what that means. That’s right, there’s going to be a massive influx of new content coming to Netflix. Check out the full list and make your plans accordingly, folks.
Each week, we’re realizing how important this is, so it’s sticking around. A lot of independent businesses are going to be under pretty intense financial stress for a while. So if you’ve got some spending money, support them. Order takeout/delivery, buy that shirt off Etsy, get a book delivered from a local store… whatever it is, your extra buck or two is more important than ever.
And that’s our list of the best things to do in Vancouver this week. We’re going to teach ourselves some magic tricks we think, then hustle people at the bar when this is all over.
Have a great one, folks!