Congratulations on making it through another week. That’s no small feat in these times. OK, for this week, we’ve got a bunch of terrific events (whether you’d prefer to go out or stay in), and some relaxing yoga for kids, which, we gotta say, is just as good a midday brain break no matter how old you are.
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Stay healthy, stay safe, and, as much as possible, it’s still a good idea to stay home.
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Here are some of the best ways to keep busy this week, with a few selections from our weekly events calendar:
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Need to get up from your computer? You’re not alone. It’s not just the grown ups who are Zoomed out: Most kids are are spending their days at home in front of a screen. Remember: recess is important. Grace Dickinson put together some yoga poses that are easy enough for kids (and still helpful for adults). They’re a good break for everyone to get moving and keep them focused.
There’s been some heavy rain in the forecast, so now’s as good a time as every to learn about what to do if you have flood damage to your home. Grace Dickinson gathered some tips for how to deal with flooding if and when it happens to you: