Online events to enjoy at home - Week of 5/4/2020

During this time I know a lot of us are spending more time at home in an effort to combat the spread of the Coronavirus, COVID-19. Many businesses, brands, and entrepreneurs are offering events that you can enjoy at home! Each week I'll round up online events you can attend to help you "live & love" better from the comfort of your couch! If you would like your online event featured in this list contact me at Let's try to make the best of this situation and continue to "live & love!"

Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays

Get in Motion with tWitch and Allison!

The American Heart Association is sponsoring a dance party and you are invited! Get moving with a live streaming party starring celeb dance expert couple Sir tWitch Alot and Allison Holker. Tune in at this link at Noon CT/1pm EST. #MoveMore

Monday, May 4th - Thursday, May 21st

Filmfest DC at Home

DC International Film Festival is pleased to present a virtual series of films, Filmfest DC at Home, to our many patrons and friends. Here's an opportunity to see films you may have missed in previous Filmfest DC programs.Viewing is free-of-charge and films include recent audience favorites as well as some surprises. Filmfest DC at Home offers the quality of innovative and entertaining films you have come to appreciate during their annual festivals. Check out the films at this link.

Mondays, May 4th & May 11th

Read-Along Mondays with Michelle Obama

Join former First Lady Michelle Obama for a read-along each Monday from April 20th - May 11th at 12pm EST. You can watch on Facebook at PBS Kids and Penguin Random House.

Tuesday, May 5th

A'Lelia Bundles Live - Madam C.J. Walker biographer

Have you seen Octavia Spencer in “Self Made” on Netflix? The series is based on the biography of Madam C.J. Walker, written by author and historian A’Lelia Bundles––who happens to be a longtime member of the National Archives Foundation! Join Foundation Executive Director Patrick Madden and Bundles for our next livestream program, a behind-the-scenes conversation about Walker’s life and how much fact and fiction made it into the film series. Queue up your questions for our own “self-made” star and register for this event at this link. The discussion begins at 5pm EST.