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I have been using Zoom for meetings, happy hours, and taking classes since the pandemic caused us to shelter in place. Every other Tuesday, I send a link to our residents, and they click on it to join the group, and get to see and talk with other residents on their computer. We have had up to 75 people online at one time (3 pages). Zoom can be used for no cost, or at a nominal membership (which I purchased) for longer sessions with more attendees. The Oscher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) from SF State also has a lot of offering on Zoom, some free, and some more costly, but such a varied selection of classes.
A couple of churches that I like offer services on Facebook, where you can watch and comment, and sing (since you are at home alone).