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Let’s see the beautiful sides of us

Need to smile? 7 heartwarming ways Bay Area communities are coming together during the coronavirus pandemic

Friday, March 27, 2020 3:19PM

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- It's a cliche, but that's because it's true. In dark times, people find a way to come together, support their communities and - even in times of social distancing - lean on each other to get through challenges.

If you're in the mood for a little joy, read on.

Social distancing parade

A group of Livermore elementary school teachers put on a parade for their students they missed so much. (See the video at the top of this story.) The teachers drove through the neighborhood in their cars, waving at their students who stood outside their homes.

Spirited singalong

A group of musicians headed to Opera Plaza in San Francisco to serenade nearby apartment buildings with a rendition of "This Land is Your Land." One resident came out to her balcony and responded with an a capella opera performance. Check out the video here.

Teddy bear hide and seek

Next time you take a neighborhood walk, take a close look at the windows you pass by. There's a movement of Bay Area residents putting teddy bears in their windows to bring a little more joy to the streets for kids.

Thanking medical workers

People everywhere are finding ways to thank medical workers. We've seen signs posted in windows around San Francisco.

Finally, a good viral challenge

You've probably seen it on your social media feeds. People are challenging each other to hit the ground and knock out 10 push ups. Lots of folks are having fun with the viral challenge and getting a little exercise in, too.