Welcome to the Carrboro Recreation, Parks, & Cultural Resources Virtual Programming page! The links below are being provided to offer programming and activities that allow participants to engage in recreation and leisure while practicing social distancing. Please continue to check this site for updates and new programming opportunities.
- Get Outside Series - Youth Baseball Instructional Videos - Join former Chapel Hill High School and UNCG standout, and former Minor League baseball player, Patrick Currin as he leads instructional videos for youth participants. Videos are presented via PC Baseball’s YouTube Channel.
Video #1 - Glove Work: A Player’s Best Friend!
- Start Smart Baseball at Home - A program of the National Alliance for Youth Sports
- Ballparks of Baseball - Learn about past, present, and future fields of Major League Baseball
- Stadiums of Pro Football - Learn about past, present and future professional football stadiums
- The Florida Aquarium - Join aquarium staff for a Facebook Live! presentation every morning at 10:00am
- Georgia Aquarium - Follow the link for the aquarium’s webcams
- Monterey Bay Aquarium - Follow the link for the aquarium’s webcams
- New England Aquarium - Virtually tour and view activities of the New England Aquarium in Boston
- National Aquarium - Take a virtual tour of the National Aquarium in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor
Health and Wellness
- American Heart Association’s Beginner Walking Plan - This six-week program is for the beginner walker who wants to improve overall health and increase energy
- Vegetable Gardening for Beginners - Basic information to start growing your own vegetables
- American Museum of Natural History - Explore virtual exhibits and learning opportunities
- Boston Children’s Museum - Take a virtual tour of this museum for kids
- The British Museum - View museum exhibits and distance-learning opportunities
- Guggenheim - Visit the Guggenheim from home
- The London National Gallery - Virtually tour the gallery’s collections
- The Louvre - Experience the world’s largest art museum from right at home
- The Metropolitan Museum of Art - MetKids site created by kids and for kids
- National Gallery of Art - Browse the collection and make connections among objects you know and newly discovered masterpieces.
- National Museum of African American History and Culture - Tour the exhibits and online resources of this Smithsonian Institute museum
- National Museum of Natural History - Take virtual tours of this Smithsonian Institute museum
- National Women’s History Museum - Virtual programming and distance-learning is being offered during the COVID-19 crisis
- Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum - Take virtual tours of this Smithsonian Institute museum
- The Van Gogh Museum - View the virtual collections of this Amsterdam institution
- Carolina Tiger Rescue Kids - Check out fun activities for kids from this Pittsboro non-profit
- Carolina Tiger Rescue Kid-Friendly Videos - Check out recent videos and activities
- Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden - Check out their Facebook page for current events and activities
- Houston Zoo - Follow the link for the zoo’s animal webcams
- North Carolina Zoo - Virtual tours and distance-learning activities
- San Diego Zoo - Follow the link for the zoo’s animal webcams
- Zoo Atlanta - View their "World-Famous" Panda Cam!
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