With the current public health circumstances and possibly heading toward limitation of even gatherings with extended family, unfortunately many people may be in a situation of not holding their usual seder this year. One should still hold a seder with the essential elements, even if by himself. This question is not about or disputing that.
I wonder if people will find a new interest in Pesach Sheni as a date to get together and do something, having missed doing something together on Pesach. It is not a date for an alternative seder, but it exists for those who could not bring the sacrifice on Pesach. So my question:
What practices go with Pesach Sheni?