Virtual Activities from Tualatin Valley Businesses
With many destinations under “stay home” orders to help slow the spread of COVID-19, people across the world are being asked to do a simple yet monumental thing these days — stay home. It can be difficult but it doesn’t have to be boring with these virtual activities you can enjoy at home. Tualatin Valley businesses need support and one way to help them is to continue buying their products and joining their activities, even if it’s remote.
See some of our favorite sights from afar while you stay home and practice social distancing.
Local art studios are providing creative projects you can easily create at home through step-by-step directions or a virtual class.
Oregon wineries not only delivery and offer wine pickup, some are bringing the wine tasting you with online activities. .
With gyms closed due to COVID-19, you might be trying to get creative with workouts at home. There’s a wealth of apps and online fitness classes you can join from gyms and studios.
Restaurants, breweries and wineries are offering takeout and delivery while their dining rooms are closed.
Many live productions have been cancelled or rescheduled. In the meantime, local companies are putting on unique virtual performances online.
The pandemic hit small businesses hard with months of closures before gradual reopening was allowed in Oregon. Despite that, there are plenty of new restaurants and things to do in Oregon’s Tualatin Valley.
Signature Pinot Gris (pronounced “pee-know gree”) grapes thrive in the Tualatin Valley and produce delectable, award-winning wines. The next time you are in the mood for seafood, pair your meal with a bottle of Tualatin Valley’s Pinot Gris.
Oregon’s Tualatin Valley has a strong and rich Hispanic and Latinx community. The area is home to the largest population of Latinx people in Oregon. Several organizations hold the community together as cultural centers for Latinx families.