Online museum adventures for kids, virtual food events for every palate, how one woman is using her bread-baking skills for good, and the best amateur canine crossing guard you’ve ever seen. This week’s Good News.
Looking for a fun way to keep the kids entertained this summer? Most in-person summer camps and programs have been cancelled due to COVID-19, but many museums are offering digital field trips and online adventures for kids on their websites. Check out this round-up from the New York Times to find out what some of the biggest museums have to offer. Looking for something a bit more local? Take a look at these online activities and resources from the ROM.
Interested in broadening your culinary expertise? This collection of virtual food and drink events from Eventbrite is a good place to start. They’ve got everything you need to bring the restaurant scene home with you, from virtual cooking workshops to food history classes (and just about everything else in between).
Speaking of food, a Toronto woman who lost her job as a chef due to COVID-19 has baked and delivered over 800 loaves of bread to people in need during the pandemic. She calls them “loaves of love” and carves a heart on each one. Sometimes it only takes one person to make a huge difference!
Awww of the week: A stray dog in Georgia has made it his daily mission to help this kindergarten class cross the street safely. Check out the link for a video of the little hero in action.
See you next week!
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