Arts & Culture
- The Shows Must Go On on YouTube – Full-length Andrew Weber every Friday, then on for 48 hours for free.
- Globe player.tv – Shakespeare, some are free right now.
- The National Theatre on YouTube – Free one evening a week, then on demand for 7 days.
- The Metropolitan Opera
- Andrea Bocelli- Music for Hope on YouTube. A must see!
- Virtual tours of Buckingham Palace
- Cirque Connect on YouTube
- Storyline online – Children’s stories read aloud by actors and celebrities.
- English National Ballet – Live streaming performances.
- metmuseum.org – View art and exhibits
- National Film Board of Canada – Many free films.
- folkcloud.com – Listen to folk music from any country.
- YouTube – Rick Steve’s Europe – Tours of Europe
- YouTube – Bon Appetit! The life and times of Julia Child. Lots of fun cooking videos.
- YouTube – Flying over Italy 4K: Cinque Terre Coast by drone.
- YouTube – I love you Venice.
- travelandleisure.com – 13 Virtual Train Rides from around the world.
- iheart.com – 24/7 comedy
- Instagram – Savewithstories – Celebrities read children’s books.
- Free stories – stories.audible.com
- goodnewsnetwork.org – Fun, Positive stories.
- The Vienna State Opera – One free broadcast daily.
- JP Brewer – View classic painting.
- Houstonaudubon.org – Watch live bird cams.
- Great Bay National Wildlife Refuge on Facebook – Videos of wildlife.
- Grace Gorilla Cam – Watch Live gorilla cams.
- Houstonzoo.org – Watch live animal cams.
- YouTube-Visit Keukenhof – Tulip videos
- Oceangrafic.org – Very cool aquarium experience.
- Air Force Museum – Virtual Tours
- YouTube – 60 minutes of pure paddling (Tumblehome)
- YouTube- Leslie the bird nerd. Great videos of birds.
Fitness & Games
- YouTube – Yoga Vista Academy (mostly short and seated)
- YouTube – Actively Aging with Energizing Chair Yoga Dance for Parkinson’s – they are offering free archived classes. They are good for anyone and much of them are seated.
“My wife had dementia and needed to be placed in a memory care community in Louisville.
The Windhorse Care partners cared for my wife with compassion, patience and understanding. I felt Christine was safe and engaged and the team brought a person centered approach and contemplative practice. They were a special group.
The team meetings were always about how best to provide for Christine. WEC worked closely with the care community staff to compliment the care from both groups.
I think the most surprising part of this experience was how engaged WEC was from intake, supervision, team leadership, companions to the caregiver support group.” – Harry Lindmark