It’s officially the last weekend in one of the toughest months of the year. Despite a continuing lockdown and difficult situation for many, the promise of longer evenings and the arrival of Spring are helping us look forward to brighter days. We hope our suggestions of top things to do will help to put a positive spin on your weekend.

 

1) Order Breakfast From Mr. Waffle

Mr Waffle is offering a delicious range of brunch options including mixed platters to enjoy from the comfort of your own home. From crepes and pancakes, to wraps and sandwiches, there are plenty delicious options to satisfy your sweet or savoury tastebuds! Give them a call to make up a personal order.

 

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2) Take a Virtual Tour of the Van Gogh Museum

The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam has made its collections, like Van Gogh landscapes, available online for you to browse on the museum’s website from the comfort of your couch! This is a lovely opportunity to get close up to magnificent works, such as ‘Almond Blossom’ or the famous ‘Starry Night’ without having to queue!

 

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3) Take Part in a Virtual Yoga Session

Orla Gaffney is hosting a slow flow, beginner friendly yoga session on Sunday at 10:30am to 11:30am. Spend an hour on yourself this weekend in preparation for the month ahead and to let go of any stress or worries.

 

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4) Take Part in a Cooking Webinar

Join the live ‘Taste of Latin America: Cheese Empanadas’ cooking class where you can learn how to cook cheese empanadas, a Latin American staple, discuss its culture and play some prize-winning games! The class, suitable for all the family, is running Saturday at 6.30pm is run by Cultured Kids Cuisine, a non-profit organisation whose mission is to educate children about culture through food and cooking.

 

 

5) Have a Documentary Marathon

If chilling on the couch is your aim this weekend and you have had enough of series and sitcoms, then why not try an informative documentary? Netflix or Amazon Prime have a huge range of documentaries. From true crime to nature or whatever niche topic or subject you might find interesting, you’re bound to find something that draws your attention.

 

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