Nesmith Library

Windham, New Hampshire

Curbside hours M-TH 10-7, Fri 10-4, Sat 10-3. No Comp Appts  8/8-8/10.

Free Virtual Resources for Adults

Virtual Resources Accessible to Anyone

Need something to do while staying home to help flatten the curve in our community? Visit these recommended freely accessible resources for something great to do right from your desk or couch, or print some puzzles and coloring pages for use away from the computer screen! Please reach out to your family, friends, and neighbors who may not have Internet access, and please reach out if there is something we could provide to make this period of social distancing easier on them: email info@nesmithlibrary.org and we will see what we can do!

Great Stuff to Watch:


At Home Content from our Museum Pass Locations:
The Friends of the Library of Windham (FLOW) enable us to provide museum passes to a variety of great locations nearby. While we and these institutions are temporarily closed, enjoy this virtual, at home content they have created for everyone!
 
 
More Virtual Tours and Activities:

Print and Play Activities: (consider printing these for neighbors and family without internet)
  • Printable crossword puzzles, word searches, and sudoku (download a PDF and then print for best results)
    • Download this Puzzles Packet we compiled for a mixture of these puzzles!
    • Download a few coloring pages from the Smithsonian, or visit Color Our Collections for even more!
    • Share with your neighbors some Joke of the Day pages we put together!
    • Nesmith Library is gathering stories from our community about your experience of this unique time. This collection will be made available to the public in the near future and will be retained for historical research. By responding you are giving the Nesmith Library permission to archive your story. You can visit the page with our online form to submit responses online, or Download and print this PDF, and submit a print version to the library by mail. Please consider downloading and printing copies for neighbors who may want to participate, but who do not have internet access. They can mail the response to the library or wait until we reopen. Thank you!

Reading:

Online Learning:

Looking to get involved with needed efforts during times of crisis? Consider ConnectWindham, a local initiative connecting volunteers with needs in our community, as well as NH Responds, an organization for recruiting skilled volunteers for where they are needed most.

Parents may also wish to visit our Free Virtual Resources for Kids & Parents page for more things to do with kids, and Free Virtual Resources for Young Adults for tweens and teens!

Please visit our Internet Resources for further recommended sites on a variety of topics!

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