Even with so many things postponed, canceled or closed, there are many things you can do to stay active and engaged in your community. Here are a few ideas. Send us more at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tempe is taking all steps possible to help slow the spread of coronavirus, including encouraging residents to stay at home whenever possible to practice physical distancing. But staying connected during this challenging time is also important. City staff is committed to providing content that helps keep us together while staying part.
Tempe at Home is a series of virtual content that mirrors activities from Tempe’s parks and recreation, library, arts engagement and Tempe Center for the Arts programs. There are daily activities, videos, arts and crafts and game ideas to help keep the whole family entertained.
- These are free resources.
- They are designed for in-home enjoyment.
- They help keep minds and bodies active.
Subscribe to the Tempe at Home playlist on You Tube to see all the videos.
Follow these social media accounts to see all virtual content:
Use #TempeatHome to share your online experiences with videos or pictures.
Check out the fun Tempe Town Lake Safari Guide coloring and activity book for the kiddos.
Put up a tent in your backyard with your kids just for fun.
Superhero pretend time!
Check Scholastic Learn at Home for more kiddo learning activities.
Engage with water STEM and conservation virtual resources for parents and kids.
Do some online shopping to help a local business.
Spring cleaning! Organize your closets and cabinets.
Find conservation recommendations at tempe.gov/watersmart.
Sign up for a Virtual Water Consultation to learn how to conserve.
Attend a LIVE online landscape workshop.
Get a rebate for planting a new desert lush plant.
Tempe's golf courses are still open for playing. Grab and go food is available, too.
Use the Tempe Public Library's digital library to check out an audio book, video or e-book.
Download library coloring books from around the world.
Spring is a time to garden. Learn what to plant and when from this planting guide.
Take a walk around your block.
Volunteer to foster a pet.
Stroll around Tempe Town Lake or your neighborhood park. Check the Parks Information section for social distancing policies. Park amenities are closed, so find an open space to relax.
Identify desert lush plants while on a neighborhood stroll using the Landscape Plants for the Arizona desert guide.
Call a friend or video chat with them.