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The Best Virtual Events You Can Attend From Home
The Best Virtual Events You Can Attend From Home
Collection by Eventbrite
Don’t feel like leaving the house? You can still attend a comedy workshop, join a yoga class, or discuss a recent page-turner with a book club — virtually, of course. Eventbrite’s experts have curated the best online events and experiences where you can log on, learn something new, and make new friends, all from your couch.
The Best Virtual Events You Can Attend From Home
The Best Virtual Events You Can Attend From Home
The Best Virtual Events You Can Attend From Home
The Best Virtual Events You Can Attend From Home
Collection by Eventbrite
Don’t feel like leaving the house? You can still attend a comedy workshop, join a yoga class, or discuss a recent page-turner with a book club — virtually, of course. Eventbrite’s experts have curated the best online events and experiences where you can log on, learn something new, and make new friends, all from your couch.
Don’t feel like leaving the house? You can still attend a comedy workshop, join a yoga class, or discuss a recent page-turner with a book club — virtually, of course. Eventbrite’s experts have curated the best online events and experiences where you can log on, learn something new, and make new friends, all from your couch.

Discover the cathartic benefits of poetry in this workshop, in which participants will experiment with their own work and explore the words of others.

London-based drag susperstar Dolly Trolley will get your blood pumping with a campy aerobics workout and your abs sore from laughing.

Up your improv game with this comedy workshop, which happens every weekday afternoon — ensuring plenty of opportunities to practice.

Zumba is still going strong. Can you keep up? You can try when you join this class mixing low-intensity and high-intensity moves to help you burn calories while you dance.

Love astrology but not sure how it actually all works? This workshop will show you how to find a birth chart, understand astrological signs, learn about the roles that planets play in birth charts, and understand the difference between sun, moon, and rising signs.

Want to meditate but just can't seem to do it on your own? This event series is the answer. Log on and meditate with others with instruction. Calm your mind and open your heart.

Experience an astrology meditation, followed by a ceremonial blessing with crystal singing bowls, all accompanied by soundscapes, nature sounds, and vocals. Get ready to be taken on an inner journey.

The next time you can't sleep, forget mindless social media scrolling. Instead, join this group of night owls, whip out your supplies, and socialize as you create.

Hello yoga beginners! If you want to the stress relief of yoga and meditation but don't know where to start, this super welcoming (but still challenging) Saturday morning class will introduce you to warm-up stretches, prayer meditations, and breathing techniques.

Give yourself the gift of creative self-expression with this online class, which explores art therapy by way of painting, sculpting, coloring, and drawing.

Enjoy a Qigong-infused online yoga class via Zoom that will induce the relaxation response in your body, strengthen your immune system, and improve your physical and emotional health during these stressful times.

Every Sunday, join yogis from around the world for a one-hour flow class to start your week off with chill vibes and an open heart.

Washington D.C. bakers Velvel Breads host this 90-minute workshop, which focuses on babka, the beloved braided bread. Learn how to prep, shape, and bake your babka — and get answers to your questions about ingredients and techniques.

You're no scaredy cat, right? Join Northwestern scholar Dr. Robin R. Means Coleman to hear about her thoughts on what horror books and movies can teach us about social justice — and the unique contributions of Black women to the genre.

Draw inspiration from the National Portrait Gallery's collection. Via prompts and visual art, you'll be guided to write and create.

When it comes to edible insects, crickets are often called the "gateway bug" due to their approachability and accessibility. Chef Joseph Yoon shows you how to start cooking with whole crickets and cricket powder during this class, incorporating the insect into familiar dishes.

It's time to conduct a spring cleaning on your wardrobe with this workshop geared to help you keep the things you love and say goodbye to the clothes that no longer serve you.

Do you know the history of Black superheroes? Comic book aficionados reveal how these fictional heroes were created, and how these characters have affected real-life presentations of Black people in the media.

Worried about saying the wrong thing about diversity? If so, and you've chosen instead to be silent, learn why speaking up is important for leaders — and how diverse insights can bring more collaboration.

Author Ava Chin discusses the process of writing her memoir "The Way to Mott Street," which examines the history of Chinese Exclusion laws in America and their impact on multiple generations of her family.

Milk Street's editorial director J.M. Hirsch demonstrates how to make a seasonal cocktail menu, which features several fall-inspired riffs inspired by apple pie, pumpkin spice lattes, and buttered rum.

Creating a safe, lively, and welcoming space for LGBTQ AAPI people, this monthly gathering starts with a short mindfulness exercise and then shares stories, struggles, laughter, and tears.

If you're intimidated by pie but love to dig in, try your hand at simpler but equally delicious desserts like Italian crostata and French galette. You'll perfect the pastry dough for a fruity galette and then bake a chocolate-hazelnut crostata from scratch.

Amber Tamblyn discusses her new anthology "Listening in the Dark," a book about the power of listening to our intuition that includes essays by Lidia Yuknavitch, Samantha Irby, Amy Poehler, and America Ferrera.

This virtual walking tour explores graffiti and street art all over Brooklyn, from the Bushwick Collective, the largest outdoor street art gallery in the US, to the Wall of Justice, a new space devoted to a powerful art movement.

Put words on the page and find the musicality in your prose by joining this writing workshop, led by author and Middlebury College English professor Robert Cohen. You'll explore the art of arranging words into sentences that that sing and become a better reader of your own work.

If you identify as Asian American and are in search of a safe space, attend this session to participate in guided meditation, reflection on mindfulness, and open discussions about what's on your heart.

Don't leave financial health out of your self-care regimen. Learn new business and finance skills from a host of experts during this monthly series of talks, with new topics covered every month.

Learn how to make the ultimate stir fry with chef and food writer J. Kenji López-Alt, who leads this virtual class. You'll learn how to choose the right pan before covering an array to quick recipes, including perfectly-cooked garlic shrimp as well as a veggie and egg fried rice.

Meryl Feinstein — a professional pastaia and founder of Pasta Social Club — guides this intimate virtual workshop, in which she showcase techniques for making stuffed pastas from scratch, including often-overlooked noodles like scarpinocc and caramelle.

Realize your potential in the kitchen with chef Andy Baraghani, who guides participants through a recipe for ricotta-stuffed jumbo pasta shells. You'll also learn gain confidence in your culinary skills by learning how to personalize this dish on the fly.

Join an art therapist for an introductory workshop that shows you how to channel the process of creation into a habit that helps your overall wellness. Just bring along some art-making materials of your choice and prepare to express yourself.

Chef Naomi Duguid leads this online class, which focuses on the versatility (and necessity) of salt. Learn a handful of recipes highlighting the kitchen staple, including Nova Scotian salted scallions and Brussels sprouts and potatoes sautéed with salt pork or pancetta.