Now that schools are officially all virtual through the end of the year in PA, are you looking for some fun STEM activities for your younger kids? The North Museum is offering weekly STEM Learning Activity Packs for Pre-K - Middle School, at Home STEM Boxes, and Virtual Tours. Check them out!

Want to learn more about Copperheads, Alligators and more wildlife?? Check out Refreshing Mountain's Wildlife Center Director who will give you an up close look at their amazing animals on Wednesdays at 1 for Wildlife Wednesdays!

For more STEAM at home with the kids, check out the Whitaker Center's Facebook Page where they're posting daily hands-on activities, and sometimes even pairing the activity with a documentary to learn more!

Love Sight & Sound shows, and missing not being here? Did you know you can purchase the shows on DVD to enjoy from home? Enjoy catching up on some previous shows, and be inspired for when you are able to visit and see ESTHER later this year.

The Hands-on House is also rounding up some great resources for your younger kids at home - from story time to printable coloring pages, you'll find fun activities for your children to enjoy right from your house!

The Trust Performing Arts Center is rounding up streaming concerts, both of previous performers at the Trust, as well as Broadway World and more. Check out their Facebook Page to enjoy a wide variety of performances.

Learn to speak like the Amish with lessons from The Amish Farm & House. They'll be posting words each day for you to practice and learn! You'll be super prepared for your next visit to Lancaster County.

Learn more about the inner workings of American Music Theatre with their "Pulling Back the Curtain" video series on Facebook - you'll get to access things you normally wouldn't get to see when attending a show!

Break out your LEGOs with Snapology's LEGO challenges - you can compete with your family and friends at home in building a boat that floats, your favorite cartoon character, and more.

Check in with Servant's Stage each week to get access to plays like Sherlock Holmes and Around the World in 80 Days, music and songs of inspiration, and more. These are sure to lift your spirits while stuck in quarentine!

Even though LancasterHistory facilities are closed, you're welcome to enjoy nature and take relaxing walks on the grounds while social distancing. And you'll have an opportunity to opt-in for some history! A free audio tour is available, and signs have been posted at each stop. You can also enjoy this tour from home!

Right now, you can’t get up-close to the AACA Museum’s world-class collection. So they're delivering the best of the Museum to you. The “Virtual Visits” series takes you on guided tours led by our Executive Director Jeffrey Bliemeister.

The Lancaster Science Factory is offering at-home resources for your children to continue to learn and enjoy science, with things that you already have at home!

Enjoy a fresh series of streaming concerts and theatre from Prima At Home. Support local theatre and performers, and experience exclusive content.

The Strasburg Rail Road installed two high-resolution webcams - one at each end of the line. Their freight trains are still running, so see if you can catch one on the line, or check out their Google Street View of the rail line!

Get cooking with Olde Square Inn in Mount Joy - you'll join Nancy, the Innkeeper in learning how to cook various dishes each Friday. From shortbread & frittata to blueberry muffins, you don't want to miss out on these wonderful treats!

The Fulton Theatre is offering free cabarets featuring performances recorded in the homes across the country of actors from previous Fulton Shows. The'll be streaming live on their Facebook page each Thursday at 7:30 p.m., with a host introducing each new video.

The Lancaster Symphony Orchestra will be releasing a series of videos of our “Musicians at Home.” They plan to release a unique and inspiring video each week and hope you will enjoy and share them with your children, family, and friends. Our first video will go live on Facebook Thursday, May 14 at 6:30PM.

Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre is offering virtual cabarets of music and dance on their Facebook page. Tune in every Saturday at 6 p.m. for the live stream or visit their page any time for past performances.

Artistic director, Edward Fernandez, of the Ephrata Performing Arts Center is hosting a virtual series titled "Quarantine Chats". Join EPAC performers and creative team members and music and artistic directors from other local theatres on the EPAC's Facebook page.

Challenege your artistic ability or just have fun with it, either way, get your favorite bottle of wine and enjoy Painting with a Twist "Twist at Home Kit". Order online and stop by for curbside pick up.