It can be difficult to think of things to do at home in Montreal, so we're here to help you out.\nFrom virtual clubs to language learning, this list is sure to keep you occupied.\nSee what's up online this weekend below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nMontreal is a city that has always been full of life, even throughout the darkest of times. The current pandemic has left us all practicing social distancing, but that does not mean that we still can't find ways of enjoying our weekend — from inside, of course. This quarantine period is allowing us all to reconnect with ourselves, organize our closets, and binge-watch tons of movies. And once we're done all that, we have this list of things to do at home in Montreal this weekend to rely on.\nNow more than ever, we need to stay home in order to try and lessen the curve as the coronavirus in our city, and in the rest of the work. This is indeed a scary and uncertain time but that does not mean that we can't find ways of having a little fun.\nFrom virtual nightclubs to amazing at-home workouts, Montreal locals are keeping you occupied with a ton of amazing things to do from the comfort and safety of your home.\nAs Legault keeps reminding us, the sooner we all cooperate, the sooner things will get back to normal. and hopefully, we will be able to celebrate together soon.\nUntil then, cherished readers, we hope you find entertainment this weekend within this list!\nRelax With Some Art Therapy\nView this post on Instagram Chère communauté, on sait que vous allez être nombreuses et nombreux à rester chez vous dans les prochains jours. Parce que l'Art adoucit les périodes troubles, on vous déposera ici, chaque matin, une proposition culturelle pour égayer votre journée. Que vous soyez seul(e)s ou à plusieurs, avec ou sans enfants, vous trouverez ici chaque jour un sujet pour vous évader jusqu'à ce que l'on puisse se retrouver, pour de vrai, au #MBAM. D'ici là, prenez soin de vous et de ceux que vous aimez. A demain matin ☀️ --- Dear Community, We know that many of you will be staying close to home these next few days. . Because art can be soothing in troubled times, every morning, we’ll post a cultural proposal to brighten your day. . Whether you’re alone or with others, with or without children, immerse yourself in new topics until our paths cross at the #MMFA. In the meantime, take good care of yourself and the ones you love. See you tomorrow morning! ☀️ A post shared by Musée des beaux-arts (@mbamtl) on Mar 16, 2020 at 4:10pm PDT\nGet more details!\nParty The Night Away The 1st Digital Nightclub In Montreal\nView this post on Instagram Digital eye for a digital party. . Follow 👉 @digitalnightclubmtl Follow 👉 @digitalnightclubmtl Follow 👉 @digitalnightclubmtl . . . . . #digitalnightclubmtl #montreal #quebec #canada #remoteclubbers #nightclub #virtualparty #fridaynightfun #keepbusy #thenewnormal #nightliferevolution #quarantine2020 #stuckinside #clubbers #clublife #nightlifephotography #nitelife #nightlifestyle #partynights #missyouguys #bestdj #topdj #djlive #makingthebestofit #socialisolation #socialdistancing #staysane #crazytimes #stayingpositive #montrealblog A post shared by Digital Nightclub Montreal (@digitalnightclubmtl) on Mar 22, 2020 at 10:25am PDT\nWhen: March 28; 9 p.m. — 11 p.m.\nFind out what's up here!\nDraw A Rainbow & Put It In Your Window\nView this post on Instagram Malgré tout l'envergure du corona virus... ca va bien aller que j'ai dis à mon plus grand qui fait bcp d'anxiété. Donc Théo et moi lui avons fait une petite peinture pour calmer l'ambiance et se souvenir que ca va bien. #cavabienaller #anxiete #arcenciel #coronavirus #famille #peinture #calme #restealamaison A post shared by Isa ⭐ (@izagagner) on Mar 20, 2020 at 9:32am PDT\nRead about rainbows around the city here.\nLearn A New Language\nView this post on Instagram Looking for a hobby? Learn a language! 😂🤣🇫🇷#languagelearning #lovelanguages #learnfrench A post shared by Busuu (@busuu) on Mar 16, 2020 at 11:18am PDT\nSee which apps can help you do so here!\nTake A Look At SQDC's New Products\nSQDC\nRead our opinion on its CBD sparkling water here.\nHave A Romantic Date At Home\nView this post on Instagram bachelor monday 🍷🌹 encore un bon vin et froms comme j’aime 🖤 A post shared by Kamélia ❀ (@kameliagill) on Feb 24, 2020 at 4:58pm PST\nGet ideas for indoor date nights here.\nRead A Book Written By A Quebec Author\nView this post on Instagram Heather O’Neill is a Canadian author who clearly has Montreal in her veins. Like her other books, ‘Lullabies for Little Criminals’ presents the dispossessed population of French Canadians who live in the city’s poorest districts, dealing daily with trauma, addiction, mental illness, poverty, and crime. Contrary to the seemingly bleak context, though, these characters burn bright and beautiful. They are romantic just as they are troubled; hopeful even when the are all the way down at rock bottom. Baby, the book’s thirteen-year-old protagonist, is the best of them: sweet, funny, observant, and with similes like no other (aside from Atwood, of course!), she shows readers her world in her terms as she grapples with coming of age too soon in a community that childhood can’t really survive in. #readthenorth A post shared by bibliofeed (@bibliofeed) on Jun 16, 2018 at 6:25pm PDT\nSee our list of ideas here!\nSupport A Local Business & Shop Online\nView this post on Instagram counting the days till spring so we can just wear cotton candy coloured tie dye every day, ok?! 🍬🦄 THE CANDY LIFE SWEATSHIRT is a new arrival & ships for free A post shared by Nouveau Noir (@nouveaunoirboutique) on Mar 9, 2020 at 5:56pm PDT\nSee where to stop here!\nGet Some Baked Goods Delivered To Your Door\nView this post on Instagram We know times are not easy for anybody... but we decided to send some cheer your way. We normally have our bakery open to host donut making parties and have had to cancel all the bookings... but now everyone can have fun at home with our”DIY DONUT PARTY IN A BOX” Comes with 6 donuts 3 icing flavours (chocolate, vanilla, rasberry) and assorted toppings. It is also vegan friendly. The price is $35 and you can order it on uber eats or call ahead for take away. Fun for a birthday or just something to do with the kids for a treat. Perfect for all the big kids too 😉. So stay strong folks remember to try and share positive thoughts in the house. We are all in this together. #donutsathome #veganmtl #mtlvegan #montrealbakery #sendinglove #cavabienaller 🌈 A post shared by Léché Desserts (@lechedesserts) on Mar 23, 2020 at 9:40am PDT\nFind out which Montreal bakeries deliver here!\nDo An At-Home Workout\nView this post on Instagram Ankle weight full body work out 💥 - arm and ab predominant! • • •first 2 exercise ankle weights on ankles• •next 5 exercises with them on your wrist • •last 2 exercise no weights • • • •Tips for these movements • • •Dont need ankle weights can be done with out, also can hold 3lb or 5lb dumbbell or use equal weight objects you have around the house • • •1st & 8th exercises make sure you keep a nice bright chest - no rounding in the shoulders• • •7th exercise where you do circles with your arms 15-20 reps clock wise , 15-20 reps counter clock wise with out dropping arms in between • • •Complete both side (for one side movements) before going to next exercise • •Engage your core, point toes, breath with every rep • •16-30 reps per exercise • •3x this circuit💥 • • •www.gabisfitness.com Please feel free to DM or email me if you have any question☺️ A post shared by ⚓️ Gabrielle Garbarino ⚡️ (@gabigarbarino) on Mar 20, 2020 at 6:43am PDT\nFind fitness instructors to follow here.\nJoin A Live Dance Class\nWhen: March 27, 2020 – March 29, 2020\nPosted by Latin Groove Dance School on Thursday, March 19, 2020\nFind out more!\nI hope you're all keeping occupied, my fellow Montrealers!