Virtual leisure activities include audiobook clubs, game nights, and social opportunities for adults and youth to engage with others.
Virtual activities typically run in the fall and spring when weather and transportation become more challenging or unsafe for participants to engage in activities in person.
How it works
Once registered, the recreation program coordinator will contact participants. Some virtual game nights require game cards or other pieces such as dice, bingo cards, etc., to be sent to the participant.
All activities are made as accessible as possible. Game cards and such items are available in large print or Braille. Examples of games include trivia, Family Feud, Apples to Apples, and Cards Against Humanity.
Once finished, the participant will mail or return game elements to the recreation program for future use. This ensures the participant will receive a variety of cards for the next round of each game.