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What you can do from home this weekend | March 20-22

Posted at 4:32 PM, Mar 19, 2020

TAMPA, Fla.—As more businesses temporarily close in light of the coronavirus, many of us are trying to find ways to keep entertained at home. Check out these activities you can enjoy this weekend!

Binge-watch shows that are based in Tampa Bay
Whether you are stuck at home or just looking for something new to watch, one of these 11 shows set in Tampa Bay and Central Florida might be your new favorite guilty pleasure!

Take a free-online cooking class
Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Cooking School is making its entire line of online cooking classes free!

Have a Christmas movie marathon
Hallmark is playing a 3-day Christmas movie marathon this weekend, because St. Patrick's Day is over and it's clearly time to get in the Christmas spirit, right?

Watch Facebook Live videos featuring your favorite sea critters
The Florida Aquarium launched "SEA-SPAN" this week. During its closure, the aquarium is going to have daily Facebook Lives to keep kids learning and adults entertained.

Join the Christmas light trend
Christmas won't come for more than nine months, but in recent days, several people on social media have said that they or their neighbors have turned on Christmas lights to lift the spirits of quarantined neighbors.

Skip the delivery fee and try a new local restaurant through Uber Eats
Uber Eats is waiving delivery fees on all orders from independent restaurants across the U.S. and Canada amid the coronavirus pandemic. What better time to try out a new local spot!

Let Olaf from Frozen read your kids a bedtime story
Josh Gad, the actor who voices Olaf, came up with an innovative way to connect with fans of all ages. Gad announced on Twitter that he will read a bedtime story every night during this time of hunkering down inside our homes.