The Scoop: Miami to Broward | Weekend of March 26

As all of us adjust to a new reality in the face of the pandemic, we at ONE Sotheby’s International Realty are doing our best to provide helpful suggestions for you and your loved ones to stay healthy, comfortable and positive. We look forward to sharing our social distancing methods regarding cuisine and farm-fresh ingredients, wellness and beauty, shopping and essential services, charity and community engagement, and culture and entertainment during this difficult time. Stay safe.

Farm Friends

Skip the store and pick up organic produce, eggs, bread, honey and other delicacies directly through South Florida farms. Little River Cooperative organizes two weekly curbside pickups as well as home deliveries. Urban Oasis Project’s multiple, citywide pickup locations include Tropical Park and the Arsht Center. Community Farmers Markets of South Florida holds its Plantation market at Volunteer Park on March 27.

305.336.0722; littlerivercooperative.com. 786.427.4698; urbanoasisproject.org. 12050 West Sunrise Boulevard; farmersmarketfl.com

Home Health

Virtual workouts abound, but many of us prefer our regular instructors here. Local yoga studios and gyms are finally streaming your favorite classes. State of Yoga offers vinyasa, yin yang, mat pilates and more on Zoom. Reserve here.
Anatomy Fitness hosts complimentary home workouts on Instagram Live (@anatomy) like Nikki’s Glute Camp on March 27 at 9 a.m.

stateofyoga.com. anatomyfitness.com

Staying Strong

The restaurant community supports hospitality workers through a number of initiatives. Casa D’Angelo donates all proceeds from gift cards, which are discounted 20 percent, to its staff. Patrons can also order its popular Italian specialties from its takeout and “white glove” delivery menu. Further help by donating to the SOBEWFF & FIU Chaplin School of Hospitality Industry Relief Fund here.

1201 North Federal Highway; 954.564.1234; casa-d-angelo.com

Science Class

Running out of ideas to entertain your bored brood? Parents can take advantage of museums’ educational programming for children. Frost Science stepped up with Frost Science@Home, a digital platform series with cool videos, DIY activities and virtual exhibition tours. Kids can also meet a resident loggerhead turtle and learn about the species, along with other topics from outer space to sharks.

frostscience.org

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