By Kristina Paul and Katie Kerwin McCrimmon
Take a virtual trip to Yellowstone National Park
Virtual “Love Sweet Love” from Quarantined Berklee College of Music Students
Shelbie Rassler, a student at Berklee College of Music, was eager to bring her community together amid and show that quarantines don’t have to mean isolation. She organized a massive performance of the classic “What the World Needs Now is Love” and put it on YouTube.
Get ready to be dazzled. Watch below.
Some Good News from John Krasinski
Do you need a laugh? Want to see some cute kids or some health care workers sporting cool dance moves? Check out Some Good News, a new YouTube show from John Krasinski, famous from his roles on The Office and Jack Ryan. There’s nobody else in John’s office right now and he’s certainly not a globe trotting spy, but Some Good News will make you feel like the world is a smaller place full of many good souls.
Click below to watch.
Cozy up for stories with Dolly Parton
Dolly Parton is one of the most beloved musicians in the world. She’s also a lover of books. She has long given away free books to children through her Imagination Library program. Cozy up with a child you love (in person or virtually) and nestle in for some sweet stories. You can start by listening to her read a favorite classic. Click below to hear Dolly read The Little Engine that Could.
And, here’s a bonus for adults who love Dolly Parton. Check out a wonderful podcast that explores the musician’s ability to bring people together: Dolly Parton’s America.
Cure your miseries by listening to a lovely rendition of “Bring Him Home” from Les Misérables
Sung by Alfie Boe, John-Owen Jones, Barricade Boys and more.
Click below and sing along.
Have a dance party
Let some older adults inspire you. Blow some bubbles. Dance and sing. That’s what the residents of Springbrooke Senior Living did on a recent spring day. Check out a video of them in action from Denverite.
Go on a ‘Denver Zoo To You Virtual Safari’
The Denver Zoo may be closed during the coronavirus outbreak, but staffers there are still hard at work, caring for nearly 3,000 animals.
Click here to tune in for daily Virtual Safaris.