Valentine’s Date: What To Do

Valentine’s Day is almost here… do you know what you’re doing with your date?


Larisa Koshkina

Happy Valentine’s Day to everyone make sure to have a fun safe Valentine’s Day at a distance!

Darlene Strange, Staff Writer

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and if you’re like most people you might wonder what you should do with your significant other. COVID-19 has really put a pause on life and has closed many restaurants and activities in general. 


You could go to a restaurant for Valentine’s Day however most reservations will fill up fast and some restaurants don’t even take reservations so it’s first come first serve.



  • Texas Roadhouse 
  • Georgia Boys
  • Red Lobster 
  • Beau Jo’s
  • Sumo Sushi 
  • Cheese Imposters
  • First watch 
  • Dickens 
  • Next Door American Eatery


A restaurant might not be the thing that you want to do on Valentine’s Day and that’s okay you can do some fun activities.



  • Go to the movies 
  • Make chocolate covered strawberries 
  • Ice Skating 
  • Go to the Zoo
  • The Museum 
  • Puppy Farms 
  • Go to the mountains 
  • Go get coffee 
  • Horseback riding 
  • Make dinner at home and have a safe COVID free date


As you can see there are many activities that you can do for Valentine’s Day but you will need to make a reservation for most of them in order to secure your spot during the very popular holiday. Remember that we are in a pandemic and to stay as safe as possible.