11 Nashville Based Virtual Events To Know This Week – March 25, 2020

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Staying at home can easily turn from the best thing ever to the most boring thing ever. Days start to blend together and routines become mundane. However, we’ve got you covered with Nashville-based virtual events to keep you entertained while you quarantine. You may even pick up a new hobby!

Virtual Cooking Class with Chef Sean Brock

Nashville chef and restaurant owner Sean Brock is offering virtual cooking classes via FaceTime! All money earned from the classes will go toward paying his staff members as they are quarantining like the rest of us. If interested, send an email to info@chefseanbrock.com.

Virtual Family Paint Party

Yaymaker is hosting a virtual family paint night on March 29. Grab a few canvases, your favorite paints, and some brushes for a night of creativity and fun! Tickets for the event are $15 and stay connected to Yaymaker for more family fun.

The Original Paint and Sip Party

Yaymaker is also hosting virtual paint and sip parties! Pop in a movie for the kids, grab some wine, relax, and let the creativity pour out. Try out their April 2 event for $15.

Music City Kids

Are your children out of school right now? Get together and tune into the Music City Kids online shows via Facebook Live, Music City Kids helps children ages 5 through 12 grow in mind, body, and heart. The group goes live at 11am every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.

#CottonDuzIt Live Mix

Nashville is all about great live music even while we quarantine. Check out TSU alum DJ Cotton Here on IG and Facebook Live for some nice spins of your favorite throwbacks and good vibes.

Cocktail Making with Perfectly Cordial

Learn how to make tasty cocktails via IGTV with Perfectly Cordial. Learn how to make spritzers, margaritas, a classic hot toddy, and more. Her lessons will teach you how to quarantine and chill the right way.

Nashville Tech Council Virtual Events

The Nashville Tech Council is working to keep the technology community connected. Check out their site for the latest information on hosted virtual tech talks and Q&A’s, others sharing their remote work transitions, and technology programming for students.

Meditation with Mindful Nashville

Mindful Nashville has transitioned to online sessions for guided group meditation. Don’t let boredom steal your peace of mind. Log in and return to balance with the help of Mindful Nashville.

Supper Club Live

TRILUNA Wellness is taking their physical Supper Club meet ups to the online arena. Tune in on March 27 at 6:30 for an awesome discussion about the state of life right now and how to make the most of our current circumstance. Grab some food and a drink and chill out.

Hip Hop CAREaoke

The Hallway is hosting a virtual hip hop karaoke night on Thursday, March 26 at 8 pm in honor of Bastion, a local neighborhood bar. Since karaoke night can’t take place at Bastion, patrons have taken matters into their own hands. Donations will be accepted at the event and will go toward Bastion staff members as a “thank you” for always providing good times. Check it out!

Virtual Power Hour for Moms

March 27, 2020 – Dominique Townsend is hosting a virtual event for moms across the nation to co-work and complete personal goals while motivating each other. Get ready for an opportunity to connect with others, ask questions, and maximize your productivity!

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