The de Young's much-anticipated Frida Kahlo exhibit may be on hold, but now you can take a virtual tour of Kahlo's Mexico City home and museum. (Courtesy of @mochileromx)

24 Fun Things to Do at Home This Week

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Wow! Two thumbs up and extra kudos to everyone out there who's getting hella creative in coming up with truly cool things to do while we are all stuck safe at home during shelter in place.

This list includes ways to stretch your minds and bodies with everything from virtual monologues and Litquake readings; online film and music festivals; dance and yoga classes; #museumathome tours; tea time with Boba Guys; fermentation lessons; record recommendations; and so much more. There's no excuse not to find some me time and enjoy your days at home.



Learn more about famed New York cartoonist and illustrator Saul Steinberg and enjoy his works in Pace Gallery's online gallery exhibition, Saul Steinberg: Imagined Interiors, through April 6th. // pacegallery.com


Borrow from more than 1.4 million free e-books at the new National Emergency Library. // archive.org


Watch flicks and catch filmmaker Q&A's with Alexander Valley Film Society's Shelter in Place Series. // avfilmsociety.org


Take a Zoom yoga class with Mark Morford (9am Tues, Thurs, Sun; 4pm Weds). // zoom.us


Were you looking forward to the de Young's Frida Kahlo exhibit? Take a virtual tour of Mexico City's popular Casa Azul Museum, once home to Frida and husband Diego Rivera. // recorridosvirtuales.com


Submit your own shelter in place video to the New Parkway Theater's Quarantine Film Festival. // thenewparkway.com


Hear 192 bands from across the country play in Balanced Breakfast's first-ever Online Music Fest, on Sundays, March 29th through April 19th. This Sunday, look out for local music from Oakland, Napa, and San Jose. // facebook.com/events



Get daily record recommendations from Oakland's Bar Shiru, and look out for virtual happy hours via IGTV. // instagram.com/barshiruoakland


Check out Neal Peterson's photo collage mandalas of San Francisco and Oakland, comprised of such iconic imagery as the Golden Gate Bridge, Transamerica Pyramid, and Chinatown. // nealpeterson.com


Learn all about fermentation from Chabot Space & Science Center. // youtube.com


On Friday April 3rd, spark up a doobie and groove out to Tahoe's WinterWonderGrass Festival. // facebook.com/winterwondergrassfestival


Take online dance classes—think salsa, hip hop, bhangra, samba, and more—with Dance Mission Theater. // dancemissiontheater.org


Join SFJazz for Fridays at Five concerts ($5), featuring Lizz Wright (April 3) and Pink Martini (April 10). // sfjazz.org


Tune in to Another Planet's WFH Jukebox. // open.spotify.com



Put your pinkies up for Tea Time with Boba Guys, daily at 3pm PST on IG Live. // instagram.com


Take Goorin Bros.' advice and make your own hat wall; post it to IG with #myhatcastle.


Get your literary fix with readings by the likes of Beth Lisick and Alia Volz with Litquake on Lockdown, evenings beginning Tuesday, March 31st. // litquake.org


ICYMI, watch Stephen Curry's Q&A with Dr. Anthony Fauci. // instagram.com


See BAMPFA's Rosie Lee Tompkins retrospective. // instagram.com


See Blindspotting actor/creator Daveed Diggs perform "I Got the Hat" in #24viralmonologues, for 24 Hour Plays. // Instagram.com


Shop Heath Ceramics' cheerful summer collection. // heathceramics.com


Spruce up your Zoom conference call with a pretty Sonoma background. // sonomavalley.com


Take a virtual makeup lesson with SF-based Christina Choi Cosmetics. // christinachoicosmetics.com


Find STEM activities and more from Cal Academy of Sciences' Academy @ Home. // calacademy.org

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