Plan Your Weekend at Home: March 26 to 29, 2020

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Find the perfect things to do at home in Houston this weekend with our At Home Houston Weekend Guide for Thursday, March 26 to Sunday, March 29, 2020. 

Given instructions from the CDC, City of Houston, and health professionals, all official public gatherings have been effectively canceled or postponed, in order to hopefully slow the spread of Coronavirus/COVID-19.

But with the recent influx of virtual events online, that means there are plenty of community events that do not require in-person attendance that you can take part in from the safety of your own home.

That said, be sure to check back in the coming days, as this list is a work in progress that we’ll be adding to in real-time as new events emerge. If you know of a virtual event, please email us at [email protected] with a link to the official event details.

So kick back indoors, log on, tune in, and check below to find great things happening online at your fingertips in Houston from Thursday, March 26 to Sunday, March 29, 2020.

Click here for health guidelines, recommended actions, ways to help, restaurants offering curbside service, things to do at home with the kiddos, and more.

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Things to Do at Home All Weekend

Thursday, March 26, 2020

  • Greenway Plaza Toastmasters Virtual Meeting on Zoom | FREE – Greenway Plaza Toastmasters is hosting a virtual, online edition of its weekly Thursday noon programming. Live in-person Toastmasters meetings involve one to three members giving a scheduled five to seven-minute speech on their topic of choice. Audience members then write short evaluations of the speech and forward them confidentially and anonymously to the speaker. For the virtual meeting, the group will be using Google Forms. Due to the nature of the online application, one person besides the speaker will be able to view the feedback, but otherwise, votes and comments will be anonymous. The meeting is free to attend and participate. If you’re interested in going, email the club’s VP of Membership. Noon.
  • Fresh Arts presents Virtual Workshops: How Artists Can Survive Economic Downturns | FREE – Fresh Arts share resources and launch a series of online conversations related to how artists can work through economic downturns. Topics will include crisis communication, emergency grants available to artists, applying for SBA loans, unemployment eligibility for freelancers, healthcare for artists, etc. The event will be held live online on Fresh Art’s Facebook page. No in-person attendance. Noon.
  • The Jung Center presents How We Meet a Pandemic Live Stream | FREE – In this online class, The Jung Center will use Albert Camus’ gripping, classic novel The Plague to explore questions of resolve, fear, acceptance, denial, and compassion together. The event will be held live online through The Jung Center. No in-person attendance. Guests must register for this event. 12:30pm to 2pm.
  • Startup Grind Houston’s Virtual Happy Hour on Zoom Pour yourself a drink at home and join an informal online conversation with Houston entrepreneurs. $5 admission supports the Houston chapter of Startup Grind. 4pm to 6:30pm.
  • Discovery Green presents Nick Gaitan in Concert on Facebook Live | FREE – Discovery Green premieres an acoustic concert by Houston’s Nick Gaitan, with Robert Rodriguez. After the premiere, the show will remain viewable on Discovery Green’s Facebook page. 6:30pm.
  • Virtual Music Fest hosted by CAMH’s Teen Council | FREE – Join CAMH’s Teen Council for this one-night-only live music event that showcases the talent of young Houston musicians on Facebook Live. No in-person attendance. 6:30pm to 8:30pm.

Friday, March 27, 2020

  • Houston Center for Contemporary Craft presents Virtual Programming | FREE – Get creative with HCCC on Facebook and Instagram Live while enjoying fun art-making activities you can do at home. No in-person attendance. 1pm.
  • Houston SPCA presents Cori and Critters on Facebook Live | FREE – Join Cori Beach, the Youth and Humane Education Program Manager from Houston SPCA, for a brief lesson about protecting animals and two activities to inspire and keep your kids busy. The event will be held live online on Houston SPCA’s Facebook page. No in-person attendance. 3:15pm.
  • Artists for Artists presents Adaptation: A Virtual Exhibition Opening | FREE – Presented by Artists for Artists, Adaptation is a curated virtual art exhibition that will feature artwork from emerging to highly collected international artists working in a variety of mediums. The viewer can step into a 3D reality where they can walk through a virtual art exhibition. Each piece showcased in this exhibition will be available for purchase online. No in-person attendance. 6pm.
  • Bud Light presents Dierks Bentley in Concert on Facebook Live | FREE – Country music superstar Dierks Bentley stops by the Bud Light Dive Bar Tour: Home Edition for a live stream performance on his Facebook Live and Instagram channels. 8pm.
  • Classic Numbers Friday Live Stream on Facebook Live | FREE – Dance from the comfort of your home to ’80s, goth, industrial, new wave and more, as Numbers Nightclub and resident DJ Wes Wallace hosts their long-running Classic Numbers Friday dance night on Facebook Live. Though free, an optional cover charge can be paid on Venmo with the Numbers300 username. No in-person attendance. 9:30pm.

Things to Do at Home on Saturday, March 28 and Sunday, March 29, 2020.

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Cody Swann is a writer and musician born and raised in Houston. When he isn't recording or touring the country with his band, Wild Moccasins, he can be found covering live music and arts events for 365 Things to Do in Houston.