My Plague Diary #3: What to do at Home in Montreal

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If you’re still looking for stuff to do while at home in your little life pod, we’re gathering events taking place around the city and sharing them. You can check our previous lists HERE and HERE.

Montreal Social Distancing Festival

Montreal is a city of festivals and this Covid-19 stuff is happening right when festival season is starting to pick up steam. Well, some clever Montrealers have decided to make the DIY, arts, digital game nights, museum visits, and everything to encourage online socializing. Click HERE.

Yoga with Alexandra on Facebook Live

Get out your mat and join Alexandra Cosentino who gives a course, free, every Monday and Thursday at 7 p.m. on her Facebbok page. Check it out HERE.

Bloc Shop Boot Camp

If climbing and bouldering are your jam, well, Bloc Shop facebook streamed its boot camp. Keep an eye on their facebook page to see if they offer it again. Info HERE.

Comedy Night Fight Top 38

Keith Waterfield and Leighland Beckman have been making off the cuff comedy together for years. For just the premium price of a roll of toilet paper (or nothing), you can check them out on Instagram on Saturday March 21 at 8 p.m. Details HERE.

Brunch Cabane à Sucre en direct sur Facebook

Sugaring off season is totally not happening right now. There is maple syrup products, but you can’t go gorge on eggs, pancakes, beans, and all that Quebec goodness? Or can you? La Chasse Balcon is offering a virtual Cabane à Sucre with a list of suggested take out places. This will take place March 22 from noon to 2:30 p.m., with pauses. Click HERE for details.

Virtual Party at the First Digital Nightclub

Yup, who could live without Crescent Street, St. Laurent, or the Old Port clubs? Not Montreal. So, they’ve gone virtual to create the first digital nightclub. As per instructions, make yourself a drink, join the event page, and a DJ will mix live tunes. There will be contests too, all on March 28 from 9 p.m. – 11 p.m. Info HERE.

Eady and Eddy: Live in Lockdown!

A swinging, singing couple from NDG will film live from their home Saturday night March 21 at 8 p.m. Sing along with them? Maybe? Or just listen. Details HERE.

If you know of anything going on in the city that is streaming or a way to adjust to the situation, send word and we’ll be happy to share it. Email us at montrealrampage@gmail.com,

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