Start Your Week Off Right, AV!

Happy Monday Everyone!

With another week of social distancing under your belt, it's no surprise if you're starting to feel a little stir crazy. Why not spend this week finding new ways to connect with your community while staying 6 feet away?

Look below to discover popular series to binge-watch and in-home activities!

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Weekend Watch List

Inspirational: Miracle

U.S. hockey coach Herb Brooks unites a motley crew of college athletes and turns them into a force to be reckoned with at the 1980 Winter Olympics.

Family: Mary Poppins Returns

In 1930s London, Michael Banks and his three children get some help turning their topsy-turvy world around when his magical childhood nanny reappears.

Comedy: The Other Guys

New York cops Allen and Terry toil in obscurity as lowly desk jockeys until a big break finally gives them a chance to tackle real police work.

Reality TV: Next In Fashion

Talented designers from around the world compete for $250,000 and the chance to become the next big thing in fashion.
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Stream Your Favorite PBS KIDS Shows 24/7!
With PBS offering increased access to their award-winning PBS KIDS content, you can easily watch all your favorite shows on the 24/7 LIVE TV stream!
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What Is The Best Order To Binge-Watch The Harry Potter Movies?
Whether you enjoy exploring the halls of the Hogwarts in order of release, chronological timeline or a hybrid of both. Techradar has outlined the most popular Harry Potter viewing orders to help you make the most of your magical experience. 
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Fun Things To Do While Social Distancing!

Experiencing a bit of cabin fever after being cooped up for weeks? Here are some fun ideas on how can you spend your time instead of climbing the walls!

Howl At The Moon

Whether you're howling to break the monotony of being stuck at home or to thank 1st responders, join the Facebook group "Go Outside and Howl at 8 p.m." and participate in the movement! It has members from every state in the U.S. and has gone international with people joining from 99 countries in the night song.

Participate In The Bear Hunt

With kids out of school and so many families practicing social distancing, neighborhoods across the United States are organizing bear hunts. The idea is that while you're out on a walk, your kids can be on the lookout for teddy bears in the windows of homes. Post your results on Twitter using #bearhunt.

Make A Mask

In light of recent announcements made by the CDC, masks are now in short supply. Why not take a moment to make your own by following the instructions in this helpful Youtube Video.

Pick Up A New Instrument

Fender announced three free months of lessons on Fender Play. The company will teach you how to play acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass or ukulele. All you have to do is sign up and find an instrument.

Creative Craft Ideas to Keep You Busy at Home!

Keep your hand and mind busy with some of these creative craft ideas you can do from home.

Learn How To Knit

Why not come out of quarantine with a homemade blanket, scarf, or even sweater? On Wool & the Gang, you can download free patterns and tutorials to learn how to knit or crochet pretty much anything.

Try Candle-Making

A pretty candle is the focal point of every Insta-worthy self-care setup, so how about making one of your own? You can concoct custom scents and add dried flowers or coloring to make them unique

Create A Painting

Maybe you’re the next Jackson Pollock… or maybe not. Either way, painting can stimulate your creative brain and pass the time. Don’t forget to pick up some canvas if you go the acrylic route or watercolor paper if you’d like to try that method.

Try Pottery and Sculpting

You don’t need a professional pottery class to craft some bowls or planters. Pick up oven-bake clay and a small tool kit, and you’ll be all set.
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