Montreal 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.

Now 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.

From 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.

As 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.

Until then, cherished readers, we hope you find entertainment this weekend within this list!

Relax With Some Art Therapy

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Party The Night Away The 1st Digital Nightclub In Montreal

When: March 28; 9 p.m. — 11 p.m.

Find out what's up here!

Draw A Rainbow & Put It In Your Window

Read about rainbows around the city here.

Learn A New Language

See which apps can help you do so here!

Take A Look At SQDC's New Products

Read our opinion on its CBD sparkling water here.

Have A Romantic Date At Home

Get ideas for indoor date nights here.

Read A Book Written By A Quebec Author

See our list of ideas here!

Support A Local Business & Shop Online

See where to stop here!

Get Some Baked Goods Delivered To Your Door

Find out which Montreal bakeries deliver here!

Do An At-Home Workout

Find fitness instructors to follow here.

Join A Live Dance Class

When: March 27, 2020 – March 29, 2020

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I hope you're all keeping occupied, my fellow Montrealers!

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