Three for the Lockdown Weekend in Latvia

Due to the tough restrictions imposed in the country, venues where gatherings could take place are closed, including even some outdoor venues. Trick-or-treating might also be difficult unless you want to do it in the middle of the day. Here are some ideas how you could keep busy outdoors and indoors after curfew.

Road Games

If you are stumped where to go or think you've seen everything - find something new or revisit your favorite locations with game and competition elements. The application Road Games has game elements (in English) in many locations in Latvia you can visit on your own, with your family or a friend. You can check it out here.

Latvian films

Use an evening to watch a Latvian film you haven't yet seen. The Latvian National Cinema Center's official website has a huge array of Latvian films, as well as a separate section for classics complete with English subtitles. Bonus: if you feel like a Halloween film, virtually all of those has the potential to scare you in one way or another. 

Violin concert

For classic music fans, violinist Georgs Sarkisjans and conductor Kristiina Poska are performing Aram Khachaturian's Violin Concerto and Pyotr Tchaikovsky's Symphony no. 6 on October 29, 19:00. You can watch or listen to it live on Latvian Radio 3, TV24, delfi.lv, lnso.lv and LNSO YouTube channel. 

 

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