Valentines Day in 2021


Valentine’s Day this year may look different than in years past. A holiday meant to be spent together with loved ones will now be celebrated through virtual gatherings. Even though Valentines Day won’t be celebrated like it has in past years, there are still varying options for activities in-person and online to celebrate the holiday. Restaurants in South Florida are open for outdoor dining, reports the Sun Sentinel. Locations have expanded their outdoor dining accommodations to meet the demands of the upcoming holiday.
For those with concerns about maintaining safety, there are also various virtual events to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Sunny, an event catalogue site has a large list of activities to participate in. These include trivia parties, museum tours, and art classes. There are also options for virtual concerts, such as Jazz and piano performances.
Although Covid-19 has become an obstacle to in person gatherings, traditional celebrations are still available. Flowers, chocolates, and handmade cards can still be sent by mail to your valentine. 2021 will be a year of returning to simplicity and seeking innovation in a time where it is a necessity.
Staying safe in 2021 is a priority, but it doesn’t require you to forfeit all experiences. Due to the compassion of others, Valentine’s Day this year will be especially memorable.