You’re Virtually There

A guide to (mostly) live-streaming locally

If you’re anything like us, you’ve been feeling cooped up—but thanks to the window-to-the-world that is the Internet, we’ve found plenty of ways to lift our spirits:

(Note: Know of anything we should add to the list? Drop us a line at hello@arkansaslife.com)

 

Argenta Reading Series:

What: Need some story-time? Founder Guy Choate has been live-streaming readings of ARS alums’ work on the ARS Facebook page.

When: Posted every day, 12:30 p.m.

Where: facebook.com/argentareadingseries


Barefoot Yoga Studio:

What: Need that namaste? Barefoot Yoga Studio is posting video classes to their website.

When: New classes are posted every day

Where: barefootstudio.com/live-class-schedule


Arkansas Symphony Orchestra:

What: Need some serenading before you drift off for the night? ASO members have been live-streaming a Bedtime with Bach series on the symphony’s Facebook.

When: Posted every day, 9 p.m.

Where: facebook.com/arkansassymphony


Rock City Eats:

What: Need to get your social time while still distancing? Rock City Eats has started a Social Distancing Happy Hour.

When: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4:30-5:30 p.m.

Where: facebook.com/RockCityEats


Handmade Moments:

What: Need some spirit-lifting tunes from some of the cheeriest local musicians you’ll ever know? Handmade Moments has got you covered.

When: Posted Wednesdays, 4 p.m.

Where: facebook.com/handmademomentsmusic


Wednesday Night Poetry:

What: Need something beautiful and poetic in your life? Hot Springs-based WNP is kicking off their first Virtual Open Mic tonight.

When: Posted Wednesdays, 6:30 p.m.

Where: facebook.com/WednesdayNightPoetry


And because sometimes you just want to get out of town …

Window(s) shop at the 2020 Round Top Antiques Fair Online Shopping:

facebook.com/groups/209002700458713/

Head to the opera with the Met:

metopera.org/season/on-demand/opera/?upc=811357011737

Museum hop through a selection of 13 museums:

buzzfeed.com/andyneuenschwander/13-museums-you-can-visit-online-during-your-quarant