You know what they say about the proverbial April showers, so perhaps there really are brighter days coming soon.
In the meantime, make the most of however many days remain at home with a livestream yoga class from the SF Botanical Garden, a quirky jigsaw puzzle courtesy of Color Factory creative director Leah Rosenberg, custom-designed cake by Tartine's Liz Prueitt, and more fun stuff this week.
Take a virtual yoga class at SF Botanical Garden, weekly. // instagram.com
Get a free drink (eventually) from Boba Guys when you pre-order the new Boba Book. // thebobabook.com
Graze with the sheep at Napa Valley's Shafer Vineyards. // youtube.com
Purchase an e-ticket for a screening of The Booksellers, a Parker Posey–produced documentary about NYC's independent bookshops. // rafaelfilm.cafilm.org
Order a comfort meal kit or brunch from Gap Year at Nico. // exploretock.com
Order SF artist Leah Rosenberg's Pinhole Coffee color wall 500-piece puzzle ($30, ships May 1). // leahrosenberg.com
Drink wine with woodworking artist pals Katie Gong and Aleksandra Zee, Fridays at 5pm. // instagram.com
See how San Francisco Ballet dancers have transformed their shelters to keep training in place. // instagram.com
Display Jeremy Fish's "Stay Strong San Francisco" poster in the window at your home or business. // anchorbeertogo.com/stay-strong-sf
Artists, ready your works for the de Young Open, a juried community art exhibition in celebration of the museum's 125th anniversary; application opens June 1. // deyoung.famsf.org
Pick up the debut issue of Ayesha Curry's lifestyle magazine, Sweet July. // magazine.store
Take a live makeup class with Kjaer Weis founder Kristen Kjaer Weis, 2:30pm PST on Tuesday. // instagram.com/credobeauty
Donate $25 to Tartine's GoFundMe for a chance to win a cake custom-decorated by Liz Prueitt herself. // gofundme.com
Read Home Baked: My Mom, Marijuana, and the Stoning of San Francisco, the brilliant new memoir by local author Alia Volz. // greenapplebooks.com