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Emma Vigliotti plays the violin during her virtual lesson with Daria Hodko of Violinesse Violin Studios. Hodko offers classes through the City of Malibu’s virtual recreation program. Photos submitted
Lynda Backman prepares for a virtual yoga class with yoga instructor Natalie Backman who offers classes through the City of Malibu’s virtual recreation program.
Music Together instructor Cheryl Lev (pictured) leads song during one of her in-person classes. They are currently offering virtual classes with the City of Malibu’s virtual recreation program.
Pictured is one of the projects from Jemma Wildermuth’s CreateStudioFun.com class offered through the City of Malibu’s virtual recreation program.
Gary Hess takes a virtual violin lesson through the City of Malibu’s virtual recreation program.
Barbara Burke, Staff Reporter
6:00 am PDT April 20, 2020
There were more than 1,000 hits on the City of Malibu’s virtual recreation program website during the first week that the City offered a suite of online classes for all ages through its new Virtual Recreation Center, a program launched on March 24 to help Malibuites enjoy physical and creative activities as the community continues to comply with the Safer at Home order during the COVID-19 crisis, according to Adriana Fiori, recreation coordinator for the City’s community services department.