Earth Hour 2020, Saturday, March 28, 8.30pm to 9.30pm, everywhere
Join millions of people around the world and switch off your lights for one hour in support of nature and the planet. Earth Hour 2020 is back on Saturday night. Millions of people in 700 cities in more than 180 nations take part in the global conservation movement. Earth Hour actually started in Sydney during 2007. Play a board game with the kids by candlelight. Learn about Earth Hour activities on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Boomerang Bags Albury-Wodonga and Surrounds, virtual sewing bee, any place, any time
Feel like sewing at home? Collect material, printed pockets and instructions from 69 Hovell Street, Wodonga, on Wednesdays from 10am to 1pm. Alternatively, message their Facebook page, Boomerang Bags Albury-Wodonga and Surrounds, to arrange delivery of sewing kits. This is a great way to keep busy and support our community.
Albury Wodonga Farmers' Market, Gateway Village, Wodonga, Saturday, March 28, 8am to noon
Running low on homegrown produce? Stock up at Albury-Wodonga Farmers' Market. There will be seasonal fruit and vegetables, fresh herbs, tomatoes, honey, free-range pork, lamb, kimchi, artisan cheese, bread and pastries, locally-roasted coffee beans, homemade pasta and sauces, pasture-raised free-range eggs, small goods, smoked meats and trout, preserves, cakes, sweets and handmade soaps. Enjoy the famous market breakfast. Please observe social distancing, refrain from handling food and have your card ready to pay. There will be hand wash stations and sanitisers.
Dymocks Albury, Myer Centrepoint Albury, Olive Street, Albury, or follow them on Facebook
There is no better time than now to make a dent on your reading list! Dymocks Albury staff can get you on the right track. Staying in? Check out their Facebook page. The Spanish Where's Wally? Coronavirus Edition may help!
TV viewing, in your own home, any time, with or without popcorn
Suddenly Netflix recommendations are worth their weight in gold! Lots of people are talking about the Tiger King documentary series. Need a new Scandi noir? SBS on Demand has Norwegian TV series Seizure. It's a bit on the dark side as you'd expect from the genre.
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Zoos around the world, keep up by following their Facebook pages
Need a virtual quokka cuddle? Want to feed the crocodiles? WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo is leading the way in livestreaming some of its daily activities around the enclosures. Kids are encouraged to share what they've learnt as part of the virtual tour in the Facebook comments field.