CLEVELAND — Easter and Passover may not feel like they typically do, but social distancing is no reason to stop having fun!

Read on for some more fun ideas on what you can do this weekend:

Sheffield Township ‘Porch Parade’

What: Sheffield Township holding a ‘Porch Parade’ this Saturday at 1 p.m. where families are encourage to kick back and relax on their front porch or lawn and enjoy a mini parade, held by the Sheffield Township Fire Department.

Where: Sheffield Township, behind Vincent Elementary School.

Drive-Thru Cocktails

What: without ever getting out of your car this saturday from Noon-5 p.m.. Cocktails are two for $20 and include a mini cheese platter.

Where: Westel’s Alibi and Hush in Downtown Willoughby

Berklee College of Music performance

What: The Berklee College of Music has put together a special performance of ‘What the world needs now is love’ for those who need an empowering message delivered in a beautiful way.

Where: Find the music video .

New streaming app ‘Quibi’ launches

What: If Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, and Disney+ have been your best friends for the last few weeks, you may be in the market for some new content to stream. Lucky for you, and all new app called ‘Quibi’ has launched and features hundreds of hours worth of never-before-seen content. Episodes last less than 10 minutes a piece, and the platform has something for everyone. Lebron James even has a new docu-series called ‘I Promise’ detailing the story of how his ‘I Promise’ school in Akron came to be. Best part is, there is a 90 day free trial.

Where: Download the app on your smartphone, or smart tv to start streaming

Watch the new ‘Trolls World Tour’

What: The highly anticipated sequel to the movie ‘Trolls’ has finally arrived, but watching the new ‘Trolls World Tour’ will only be available through streaming. If you want to keep the kiddos entertained while waiting for movie night, Universal has also released an full of games, coloring pages, and more that you can print off at 湖北快三开奖结果.

Where:  on Amazon Prime, Apple TV, Google Play, Youtube, and more.

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New Tiger King sequel heading to Netflix

What: Netflix is launching a 'sequel' show this weekend to answer all of your unanswered questions. Although it won't feature Joe Exotic or Carole Baskin, you will get to follow up on some of the craziest storylines that Netflix has ever seen. ‘The Tiger King and I’ will be hosted by comedian Joel McHale and will feature interviews with ‘Tiger King’ cast members like John Reinke, Joshua Dial, John Finlay, Saff, Erik Cowie, Rick Kirkman and Jeff and Lauren Lowe.

Where: Netflix, launching on Sunday.

Tiger King-Missing Man
FILE - This file photo provided by the Santa Rosa County Jail in Milton, Fla., shows Joseph Maldonado-Passage, also known as "Joe Exotic." Maldonado-Passage was convicted in an unsuccessful murder-for-hire plot against Carole Baskin, the founder of Big Cat Rescue, who he has repeatedly accused of killing her husband Jack “Don” Lewis. Lewis' unsolved 1997 disappearance and Maldonado-Passage's accusations are the subject of new Netflix series “Tiger King.” (Santa Rosa County Jail via AP, File)

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Whatever you do this weekend, 3News wants you to stay safe, stay healthy, and have fun.