You’re more than likely familiar with our weekend guide, but there’s still a lot to mark down on ye olde calendrier during the weekdays. Hence this pocket guide! We’ll cover everything from tunes to books to art to…you name it, basically; if it’s virtual, and good, we’re gonna talk about it:
Monday November 2nd
- Catland’s popular Tarot 101 series kicks off anew today with Introduction to Tarot at 7pm ET; the classes will meet virtually every week this month, and the full package will run you $85.
- Air and Space Museum, meanwhile, will host a virtual conversation with NASA astronaut Sunita Williams tonight at 8pm ET as she talks about her experiences.
Tuesday November 3rd
- Need to laugh to keep from crying? Catch Abortion Access Front’s Vote. No Joke. starting at noon; lineup includes Baron Vaughn, Alonzo Bodden, Jenny Yang, Judy Gold, Jes Tom, Naomi Ekperigin, Chanel Ali and many more.
- Or if tunes are what you need, you can also tune into iVoted Festival starting at noon, which is set to feature appearances from a HUGE cross section of people – The Decemberists, Julien Baker, The Polyphonic Spree, Billie Eilish and Jeff Tweedy, just to name a few; to gain access, just RSVP with a selfie of you and your ballot/sticker/some other proof you voted.
Wednesday November 4th
- If there was EVER a time to tune into Phillips Collection’s free online guided mediation, today would DEFINITELY BE IT. Starts at 12:45pm ET.
- Later, you can catch Hinds going live on KEXP’s YouTube channel starting at 6pm ET tonight.
- More in the mood to learn? Brooklyn Brainery is hosting a $22 virtual fermented condiments class at 7pm ET.
Thursday November 5th
- For starters, catch a free Phillips Talks at 5:30pm ET; writer and curator Valerie Smith will be in conversation with Lily Siegel, guest curator, Moira Dryer: Back in Business, and Klaus Ottmann, Chief Curator and Deputy Director for Academic Affairs, on the life and work of Moira Dryer.
- More into culinary vibes? Brooklyn Brainery is hosting a $22 virtual stir fry class at 6pm ET.
- In terms of tunes, we’ve got Ted Leo going live on NoonChorus starting at 9pm ET for $15.
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