Events Roundup: Online Activities to Get Rid of Summer Boredom
Events Roundup is back! Much like the rest of the world, events are starting to regain a sense of normalcy, even if that normalcy is sticking to internet activities for a little while longer. Stay tuned to find out the latest information about (online) events near you!
If you know all seven Potter books from front to back, this is a trivia event just for you. Join Trivia AD on Instagram Live for a little bit of fun and distraction while maintaining social distance. The game is scheduled for Thursday, June 25 at 7:30 p.m. EDT. It’s free to join and everyone is welcome. Simply hop on your Insta, join, and play! For more instructions and details, check out the event page.
In case you’re more into the movies than the books (it’s okay, we don’t judge), then this movie trivia event might be more your speed. Also hosted by Trivia AD, this Facebook Live game will cure that social distancing boredom. Log on to your accounts on Monday, July 27 at 8:30 p.m. EDT for some well-deserved fun. For more information, check out the event page.
Harry Potter Online Writing Camp
Summer is all about the fun activities you can do until school starts again, even if they’re online, and even if they’re about creative writing. The Harry Potter Online Writing Camp is great for kids who want a creative outlet and also love Harry Potter! The camp is hosted by two university students, and kids will be able to join to make their own spells and potions. Not to mention, they’ll be able to write using creative and magical writing prompts. The camp is $90 per child and is conducted over Zoom starting on Monday, June 22, running through Friday, June 26. Check out the event page for details and registration.
The ROCK’s Virtual Summer Camp
Each week, the ROCK Center for Youth Development hosts a themed summer event. This week – you guessed it – is Harry Potter! Camp begins on Monday, June 22 and continues through Friday, June 26. Registration is free for kids who wish to participate, and they will receive a virtual camp kit for all activities. Many of these activities will have a STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) focus. All necessary instructions and registration information can be found on the event website.
Hour of Code
You can pretty much be a wizard of the internet these days if you know how to code. This virtual workshop allows kids to have an hour of introductory coding education. The event is hosted by the Microsoft store at Pioneer Place and allows students to choose between dates. One will be on Monday, June 22 at 2:30 p.m. PDT, while the other is on Wednesday, June 24 at 2:30 p.m. PDT. Registration is free, and all information can be found on the event page.
Teen Cooking Workshop
Grab your measuring cups, bowls, and whisks because we’re making butterbeer mug cakes! The Dover Town Library and Chef Julie will be teaching you how to make the delicious treat online. The workshop is scheduled for Friday, August 21 at 4:00 p.m. EDT and is free to join. Everything you need is listed on the event page, so you have plenty of time to collect your ingredients. For more information and event details, check out the website.