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    Here's A Bunch Of Virtual Events To Attend While You're Social Distancing This Week

    Celebrate Taco Tuesday, learn how to perfect an at-home mani, tour Rio de Janeiro — all without having to leave your couch.

    1. Join The Retreat by Free People x Who What Wear! You're in for a day of yoga, style, nutrionion sessions, dance parties, and more — plus, each ticket costs $20 with 100% of proceeds going to World Central Kitchen.

    2. Party 👏 it 👏 up 👏 in Barcelona with UNESCO World Heritage Site, Casa Batlló. This virtual dance party is taking place via the Elrow Facebook page and will feature interactive games *plus* DJ sessions by Paco Osuna, Tini Gessler, and De La Swing.

    3. Sonoma County’s Passalacqua Winery is offering virtual tastings, setting you up with a personalized appointment that'll *surely* turn you into a vino expert.

    4. Learn the art of an at-home manicure with Sundays Studio. They're offering virtual online classes that cover everything from nail art to the basics of buffing — whichever class you choose, trust me when I say that your cuticles will be grateful.

    5. Explore Rio de Janeiro with Google Arts & Culture. Take a walk (sort of) to iconic spots like Copacabana Beach and Christ the Redeemer (Cristo Redentor), plus take a gander at artwork and exhibits at the Museum of Modern Art.

    6. Analyze live camera feeds and 360-degree images during an online version of The Escape Game via Zoom. You and your teammates (along with a live host) will have 60 minutes to figure out how to ~escape~ from a virtual room — good luck!

    7. If your heart yearns for mozzarella, you simply *must* sign up for a mozzarella-making class with the iconic Big Mozz — they'll send you a pound of grass-fed and cultured cheese curd, salt, a prep list, access to a live Zoom class, and additional recipe guides.

    8. Pretend you're in Hawaii by learning a ton of new skills: Think everything from making banana cereal pancakes to learning the art of hula.

    9. Support local New Orleans businesses *and* listen to live music! A ton of NOLA bars and artists (including The Bayou Boogaloo, SideBar NOLA, and Luna Libre Live) will be streaming some truly impressive sets.

    10. Throw your own Taco Tuesday with @TravelTex, where celebrated chefs (think chef Fernando Aguila of F&W Culinary Adventure in Fredericksburg and chef Alex Padilla of Ninfa's in Houston) give you the lowdown on some awesome taco recipes.

    11. If spiked hazelnut coffee ice cream and boozy raspberry limoncello sorbet speak to your soul, then you'll *definitely* want to sign up for a virtual ice cream cocktail class with NYC-based Tipsy Scoop.

    12. Pretend you're on an eighth grade class trip (CC: Lizzie McGuire) and explore Italy with Google Arts & Culture. You can take a 360-degree walking tour of iconic landmarks such as the Colosseum in Rome and the Leaning Tower of Pisa.

    13. Do an at-home dinner and show with Rhode Island-based Wilbury Theatre Group: they'll be streaming concerts and plays that cover everything from Shakespeare to superheroes.

    14. Cheese, cheese, and more cheese. The NYC-based Murray's Cheese Bar is hosting a ton of ~cheese tasting~ courses throughout May, so the time to break out that charcuterie board? It's now.

    15. Experience the magic of Disney (sans having to peer over massive crowds) with their release of the Not-So-Spooky Spectacular. This fireworks show is ~hosted~ by Jack Skellington and was released to celebrate the halfway mark to Halloween.

    16. From livestream interviews and virtual tours to a collection of digital guides, experience the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (and its famous rotunda) while also practicing the ~art~ of social distancing.

    17. Interested in a tour of Japan? #Same. You can now travel the country ~by rail~ at your leisure with the help of Google Earth — simply check out this list (put together by JRPass.com) to visit 20 iconic destinations.

    18. Spend the ~day~ at the American Museum of Natural History by browsing through extensive research collections, taking a virtual tour, or downloading the Explorer app to learn more about your favorite exhibits.

    19. Skip the airfare (turbulence included) and tour Machu Picchu by internet — a special 360-degree technology allows you to feel as if you're exploring this Inca citadel by foot.

    20. Learn how to make your favorite cocktail with Emirates. Easy-to-follow video guides will give you the lowdown on how to make everything from a mojito and cosmopolitan to a breakfast martini and negroni.

    21. You can still enjoy spring whilst being stuck indoors! The New York Botanical Garden is here to offer a floral escape through virtual activities that can be experienced from your living room.

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