Here is an ever-evolving list of activities — online and off — for kids and families to enjoy during the coronavirus pandemic. There are, of course, endless opportunities out there in the wider world, but we’ve tried to limit our list to just Vermont-based or locally created activities.
Magic At Home: Live and interactive magic shows by Vermont-based Magicians Without Borders
Crown Point State Historic Site: Explore the fort ruins along Lake Champlain.
Open Air Cinema at Kesin Gardens: Movies showing in Bridport on Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays through October 31.
Ponies & Poses Outdoor Yoga: Rachel Klatzker teaches this outdoor class; snacks and babysitter (for $5) provided.
Trail Around Middlebury: take a hike!
SHOPPING FOR KIDS CLOTHES AND TOYS
Junebug: Middlebury’s children’s clothing resale shop is open to the public. Face coverings are required; only 10 people allowed in the store at once. The playroom has been removed.
They also offer personal shopping services for curbside delivery. Send a facebook message or call the store (802.388.1055) 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Monday through Saturday to place an order, schedule a Zoom meeting or request pictures.
Simon Says: The “general store for kids and families” in Bristol is closed to in-person shoppers but maintaining a well-stocked online store full of toys, games, treats and more.