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Streaming Seattle: What To Do [Online] This Weekend

Although much of Seattle is on hold, there’s still plenty happening across the city. And while you may not be able to go out, you can still get involved with your community thanks to the internet! Streaming content from across the city is a great way to give our local artists and businesses some love while we’re taking a break from the bustle. This week, we’re highlighting some of the best things to do from the comfort of your couch.

Stay Home with SAM

If you miss wandering Seattle’s art galleries, Stay Home with SAM has you covered. With this online experience, art lovers can enjoy the top exhibitions from their living room.

This week, up your art game with a virtual tour led by local creatives who share their favorite exhibitions. Or explore the newly revamped Asian Art Museum with SAM’s curators without having to leave your bed. Interested in learning about specific artwork? The Object of the Week series highlights the history, theory and craft behind a chosen piece. You’ll be an art connoisseur in no time!

Georgia O'Keeffe: Abstract Variations

SAM releases online art experiences throughout the week, so stay connected through their website.

Urban Yoga Spa Gets You on Your Mat

For yogis who are craving some semblance of a routine, join Urban Yoga Spa for a donation-based class. Live-streamed daily and ranging from slow flow to high intensity sculpt movements, there’s a class for everybody.

Thursday, April 9 at 5:30 pm: Urban Flow with Hannah
Friday, April 10: at 7am Urban Flow with Lexy, 12:30pm Urban Flow with Urban, 5:30pm Urban Flow with Hannah
Saturday, April 11: at 9:00am Urban Hatha with Meghan, 10:30am Urban Flow with Trent

Grab your mat and get your blood flowing.

Spend an Evening at the Symphony

Throw on a lush evening gown, pour yourself some bubbly and get ready for an elegant night on the couch. Seattle Symphony musicians perform daily for quarantined classical music lovers in free broadcasts streamed to the Symphony’s social media channels. This is a prime opportunity to be serenaded by flautists, violinists and even piccoloists!

Thursday, April 9, at 7:30pm: R. Schumann Symphony No. 2 (On YouTube or Facebook)
Saturday, April 11, at 8pm: R. Schumann Symphony No. 2 (On YouTube or Facebook)
Sunday, April 12, at 2pm: R. Schumann Symphony No. 2 (On YouTube or Facebook)

Get Motivated with The Riveter

A side effect of isolation is struggling with productivity and maintaining a sense of community. The Riveter, a local co-working and community space aimed toward working women and allies, is getting creative with their newly launched online community. It’s free to use and offers support for your career, access to networking groups and digital entry into daily online events with experts.

Friday, April 10
10am: The Coffee Shop: Bridget Todd and Cameron Esposito
12pm: Women@Work: Welcoming FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel to our Community
3pm: Wine Down Friday

Check the schedule for more details.

Stream the Sounders’ Top Matches

Although it’s not quite the same as cheering on your team with a beer in hand and friends by your side, a virtual soccer match is as close as you’ll get to a stadium right now. Sounders FC is re-broadcasting epic games every Saturday night based on fan votes. We know you’re missing the real thing, but watching the Sounders win is always a solid Saturday night plan.

Saturday, April 11: Sounders FC dominate in the 2019 Western Conference Final at LAFC

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