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Coronavirus Diversions

You don't need to go stir crazy while practicing social distancing at home! Here's a few diversions suggested by some of our congregants to help you use your time enjoyably or productively (maybe even both!). Contact our office at if you have any ideas.

Get Outdoors while Social Distancing

Information on Park Areas Open in Loudoun County

If you are looking to get outdoors while practicing social distancing, some parks are open, or partially open, in Loudoun County. As of Wednesday, March 25th, the following parks remain open to the public: Ashburn ParkBanshee Reeks Nature PreserveBles ParkClaude Moore ParkEast Gate ParkElizabeth Mills Riverfront ParkFranklin ParkLyndora Park*, Trailhead Park at Belmont Ridge*, Woodgrove Park*, and Sleeter Lake Park . An "*" indicates that this park is known to have ADA accessible trail(s).  

Stay In for the Opera

Free MET Opera Streaming

Visit to view streaming Operas each evening. 

A Game of Games for All Ages

Download Ellen DeGeneres's Game of Games, for fun for congregants of all ages. This app takes you through games, like on Ellen's evening game show, the Game of Games. Free to play!

"What the World Needs Now" from Berklee School of Music

With universities and schools dismissed and students sent home, Berklee School of Music (Boston Music Conservatory), came together for this beautiful rendittion of Burt Bacharach's "What the World Needs Now." Click here to view and listen!

'Unorthodox' - Limited Run Series on Netflix

Once you've finished with 'Tiger King' you might want to check out this excellent and thought-provoking limited run series, which explores the world of Ultra-Orthodox Chasidim in Brooklyn through the eyes of a young woman who rebels against the constraints of an arranged marriage. Check out this 4-part series on Netflix.

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