Weekends might look a little different right now, but Fridays are still cause for celebration.
If you aren't sure what to do this weekend-- what to watch, what to read, or what to make conversation about--we've got you covered.
Did you know that your library card gives you access to hoopla, and a collection of thousands of eBooks, e-audiobooks, movies, television shows, and albums ? And best of all: there's no wait list! You can stream and borrow on demand .
Louis , our resident film buff, took a look at hoopla's movie collection and reviewed five great movies you can watch at any time. We normally don't like to brag, but we think you'll agree this film is award-worthy.
To watch Louis's picks, or any other movies available on hoopla, click here.
Suzy is sharing her top five finds for the week, including some of her favorite authors online and a must-do project for teens (or adults!) stuck at home.

How cool: this is a step-by-step guide for building your own escape room ! Choose a theme, create characters, and build puzzles. It's an amazing project to do--and it will be fun to play once it's complete.
We love Jarrett J. Krosoczka (if you haven't read Hey, Kiddo yet, you should!) and his Draw Every Day with JJK is a daily must watch for kids and teens. Follow along and draw with him, learning skills like brainstorming, word bubbles, and proportion. It's creative and fun!

Grace Lin's YouTube channel is a favorite: we could listen to her read all day.

CBS News contributor Ibram X. Kendi won a National Book Award for his book about racism in America and he's teaming up with iconic author Jason Reynolds to adapt the important book for a younger audience . Watch their appearance on CBS This Morning about discussing how to talk to kids about racism.

For previews of the most exciting YA books coming out and an irreverent love of YA literature, you can't beat the Epic Reads YouTube channel . With YA Book Hauls and episodes of their hilarious feature "Book Nerd Problems", you'll laugh a lot--and add a lot to your reading list.
Five Things We Liked Reading This Week
Vanity Fair listed five classic celebrity workouts you can find on YouTube , including exercise videos from Jane Fonda, Alyssa Milano, and Mark "Marky Mark" Wahlberg.

Town & Country has added more virtual tours to our list of trips to take while we're at home, recommending five gardens you can visit virtually . The garden of our dreams? Monet's in Giverny.
Local food blog Big Flavors from a Tiny Kitchen takes on pantry cooking, listing 23 recipes with ways to use canned beans.

What happens when a cowboy museum puts their head of security in charge of social media? Wholesomeness happens .

Delish offers tips on how to host a virtual dinner party, with recipe, activity, and software suggestions. Who says get-togethers need to stop just because we can't physically get together?
Five Things You Didn't Know About The Office
Everybody's favorite workplace sitcom celebrated it's fifteenth anniversary this week. Click here to place a hold on The Office: The Untold Story of the Greatest Series of the 2000's on OverDrive , and impress your friends with your Dunder Mifflin knowledge by sharing these facts:
Throwback :The New York Times Bestsellers, this week in 1970
The French Lieutenant's Woman , by John Fowles
Travels with My Aunt , by Graham Greene **available through hoopla
The Godfather , by Mario Puzo.
Love Story , by Erich Segal
The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight , by Jimmy Breslin **available through hoopla
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