While some parts of the everyday world may be on pause this summer, many of our best local activities are primed and ready to light up your living room. Set aside some summertime to deep dive into these powerful digital offerings.
Legends in Film
The Walt Disney Family Museum (WDFM) has launched the Happily Ever After Hours virtual series with Disney luminaries, including animators, artists, directors, and Imagineers who will discuss their careers and connections to Walt’s story. Hosted via Zoom webinar, audience members can submit questions in advance and watch them answered live, or enroll in a new series of virtual classes taught by a live instructor.
Wild and Wonderful Nature
Yosemite National Park and the surrounding forests and farms are beloved by the world. Adult outdoor lovers can stay connected to Yosemite through live programs on social media, park videos, webcams, art, and online learning options. Kids can download free puzzles, paper-doll crafts, and a storybook for some stay-at-home fun. Children of all ages will delight in the interesting species of birds, mammals, plants, and bees that take care of this beautiful region of the world.
The Best in Song
The San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus (SFGMC) has launched SFGMC TV, a free online platform showcasing exciting performances, dynamic interviews, singer spotlights, and more. SFGMC TV debuts with a video of “Truly Brave,” dedicated to first responders and medical professionals working to fight the COVID-19 pandemic around the globe. This performance marks the first-ever virtually recorded piece in SFGMC history and features more than 150 members of the chorus.