New Years Personal Best Virtual Race 2021 Dec. 31-Jan. 14
With Premium packets, we’ll send you fun swag to celebrate the start of the new year! With this virtual run, we’ll send you a virtual packet with 12 digital tools that’ll help make your run awesome!
Bring Magic Home: James Alan’s Magic Tonight Goes Virtual Jan. 1-29
Every Friday, join us for a fully interactive live magic show over Zoom with one of Canada’s foremost sleight-of-hand experts.
Evening of Opera Jan. 1-30
Presented by Ovation West Performing Arts in Evergreen. Back by popular demand, this September 2020 concert was conducted by music director and pianist Jordan Ortman and featured four up-and-coming opera singers who presented an evening of popular arias and musical theatre selections.
Cape Coral Art Festival & Market Place Jan. 4-31
We will still have the event but with even more exhibitors and retailers. You will be able to explore the event from your computer You will be able to add items to your cart, throughout your visit and, of course, remove any before checkout.
Travel & Adventure Show: Cruise Night Jan. 6
This format is designed to give you the ability to explore different regions of the world in just one night from the comfort of your home or office.
Humor, Politics, and How The Simpsons Predicts the Future Jan. 8
In this event cohosted with the University of Cambridge’s ThinkLab, Al Jean, the Showrunner and Executive Producer of The Simpsons discusses his unique perspective on how the long-running animated show has reflected—and at times perhaps shaped—how we think about the political world.
Art of the Pie Virtual Pie Camp Jan. 8-10
Kate McDermott has taught over 4000 pie makers and is excited to share the craft of pie making with you in this 3-day virtual pie making weekend broadcast live right to your home. There will be 10+ hours of pie-making during the 6-sessions that are based on the very popular sold out Art of the Pie Camps she created in 2008.
Reuters Next Jan. 11-14
REUTERS NEXT draws on Reuters global reach to host diverse voices from around the world who will examine topics from different perspectives, bringing their passion, experience and expertise to find new ways forward. Uniting global leaders and forward thinkers to reimagine solutions to the biggest global challenges.
Wild And Scenic Film Festival On Tour Jan. 14-24
Presented online, the festival will still bring together another incredible selection of films to change your world. Each year, Wild & Scenic draws top filmmakers, celebrities, leading activists, social innovators, and well-known world adventurers to the historic downtown areas of Nevada City and Grass Valley, California.
Denver Boat Show Jan. 15-24
The 2021 Denver Boat Show Remote Sales Event. The largest boat show in the Rocky Mountain region.
“Guess What” the Family-Friendly Stand-up Comedy Show Jan. 16
Third Saturday of every month. Come watch comedians from clubs do their PG best for your kids. Clean adult humor funny for all. Hosted by comedian and dad, Paul Bennett.
Last Drop Beer Festival Jan. 16
You miss hanging out at real beer festivals, and so do we! That’s why we bring you all the best parts of a “normal” beer festival, straight to the comfort of your home: Trying awesome new beer (without waiting in long festival lines), supporting craft beer (we talk to the brewers, get their story, and share it), and of course, the fun and sense of community that is craft beer.
Cuisines of Different Cultures Jan. 16
These monthly demonstrations will seek to find the greatest flavors and scents from all your favorite cultural cuisines and maybe some you’ve never tried before. This month’s demonstration teaches how to create vegetarian Haggis—a Scottish classic. The ingredients list will be provided a week ahead of time so that if you want to follow along you can.
Reno Grand Bridal Showcase Jan. 17
Reno’s largest, most diverse and elegant wedding events for couples planning their special day.
Imaging USA Expo Jan. 17-19
Hosted by Professional Photographers of America. A unique opportunity to build relationships with vendors who love photography just as much as you do! Chat live with the experts, download product info, and watch content that will help you grow your business and adapt to our ever-changing industry.
Intro to Improv: Deep Listening Jan. 21
Fire up your creativity neurons, relieve stress, play fun games, and tell stories! Deep listening (in improv, storytelling and in life) is the focus of this on your feet online workshop. This class is for all skill levels; no prior experience is necessary.
Monaghan Fishing Show Jan. 23-24
Seminars, chat, special deals from vendors, prizes and more.
SOULFest International Jan. 23-24
SOULFest’s first online festival, an international experience featuring yoga diversity from around the world
Winter Antiques Show Jan. 22-31
The leading art, antiques, and design fair in America, featuring 72 of the world’s top experts in the fine and decorative arts. A Benefit for East Side House. East Side House works with schools, community centers and other partners to bring quality education and resources to residents of the Bronx and Northern Manhattan.
NamesCon Online Jan. 27-29
The domain industry is surging as it helps individuals and small businesses pivot and grow online. Having the right domain name isn’t just a key to success, it’s crucial to survival for most businesses in a post-pandemic world.
Sound Festival Jan. 28-31
An innovative festival of new music bringing together a wide range of different musical styles in a variety of concerts, workshops, installations and talks.
Sundance Film Festival Jan. 28-Feb. 3
Despite the challenges this year has brought, nothing could stop us from celebrating independent film, visionary artists, unique perspectives, and you, our adventurous audiences. So, for the first time ever, we are bringing the festival to you—both online and in the real world across the US and beyond.
Old Time Banjo Festival Jan. 29-31
Started in 2006 with Mike Seeger, the goal of the festival is to share the joy and knowledge of Appalachian styles of old-time banjo. Now offered virtually, the festival’s tradition continues with performances and workshops as well as a brand-new contest.