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What’s On for Families: Week of May 4th

by Kendall Swanson

Art and Culture

Free drawing class from the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Grab your paper and writing utensil and celebrate the museum’s 150th Anniversary by creating your own masterpiece! The Metropolitan Museum of Art will be hosting this virtual course to help you hone in on your creative abilities.

Click here to learn more and find either the Youtube or Facebook link!

Google Arts and Culture App

Take some time to expand your mind with some art and culture. With this new app from Google, you can experience different museums, landmarks and art exhibits from all around the world!

Click here to learn more!

National Theatre UK 

The music and dancing of the theatre may not be enjoyed live at the moment, but there is still a way for you to experience the magic of performance. The National Theatre in the United Kingdom is streaming their plays on Youtube! Check out there variety of shows now streaming by clicking the links below.

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Find their Youtube channel here

Education and Learning

Luxembourg Science Museum Website

Science is all around us. The Luxembourg Science Center is here to help learn more about the beauty of the natural world. Check out the variety of activities and videos, and learn more about the mysteries of the world!

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Schoul Doheem

Looking for a way to practice your English? This platform from the Ministry of Education in Luxembourg has many learning tools and activities all in English! Visit their website to enter the digital realm of English possibilities.

Click here for the website


Online learning has been a challenge for both teachers and students throughout quarantine. Tune into this website, which offers many printable activities and resources for teachers and kids! 

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Virtual Visits

Disneyland Paris

The magic of Disney is only a few clicks away! Take the plunge into these famous theme parks by going to their website. You can feel like you are right there in Disneyland with these virtual activities and experiences!

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Cirque Du Soleil

Imagine being flexible enough, that you are able to to acrobatics for a living. Being in this group is one of the highest levels of acrobatics that one can achieve. Check out this YouTube channel filled with Cirque Du Soleil’s  behind the scenes videos and special shows!

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The World At Home virtual destination tours

Picture this, coronavirus is over and you can travel the world. Well, until that happens take a virtual tour of the world and immerse yourself in different cultures. A new channel called The World At Home by Get Your Guide is offering virtual and interactive experiences of things to do around the world!

Click here for their website and more info

Exercise and Outdoors

Make a family dance routine

Grab your family and learn a dance routine or make up your own! This will get you moving and help you bond. Record it and show it to other family friends to show off your skills. Tik Tok is as new and upcoming social media platform, that allows you to find new dances to choreograph for your family.

Click here to sign up for Tik Tok

Family bike ride or walk

Enjoy the outdoors by biking around your favorite place or taking a walk around your neighborhood! A great way to get some exercise and fresh air is go on a family walk or bike ride. It’s a great time to bond with your family and grow closer together.

Make a bonfire 

If you feeling adventurous, you can roast hotdogs over an open fire as a fun way to make your dinner! Build a fire in your yard and roast some s’mores. This could be a great way to stargaze at night or just spend time with your family!

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