Nesmith Library

Windham, New Hampshire

Library closed thru 5/4/2020

COVID-19 Updates & Sources

Misinformation spreads faster than illness.  Here are the most recent Nesmith Library updates. Please continue to check this page, or follow us on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter for further updates.


As of 3/24/2020: Read a new Letter from the Director: COVID-19 and Materials from Library Director Sylvie Brikiatis.

As of 3/20/2020: Read the weekly Nesmith Library Update email newsletter (and subscribe to receive these updates in your inbox).

As of 3/19/2020: The book drop is closed. Please hold on to your library items until we announce that the book drop and the library are reopening.

As of 3/18/2020: Staff are now working from home with limited access to the library building. There will no longer always be someone to answer the phone there, so for fastest response, please email us at

As of 3/17/2020: View our Library Closure Update email newsletter.

As of 3/16/2020: After consultation with the town Emergency Management Committee, the Board of Selectmen, and the Nesmith Library trustees, we have decided to close the Nesmith Library to the public from March 17 until April 6, 2020 at which time we will reassess the situation. We are making this very difficult decision based on the recommendations of town, state and federal health departments. Library staff will answer questions when available through email at, and through messages sent to our Facebook page. Read our full Letter to the Public from Library Director Sylvie Brikiatis announcing this closure.

As of 3/13/2020: The Nesmith Library suspended all library programs and meeting room usage through March.


Most recent Windham and New Hampshire updates about COVID-19:

Up to date, trustworthy sources of information:

The IRS has automatically extended the due date for filing individual and some corporation taxes until July 15, 2020. Visit their press release at for more information.
The deadline for enforcement of Real ID license requirements has been delayed through October 1, 2021 (originally October 1, 2020), so don't worry if you haven't been able to update your driver's license or state ID yet. Here is the Dept of Homeland Security announcement and a New York Times article providing some context about Real ID and this decision. All New York Times articles concerning COVID-19 are currently free to access.

Please visit our full Health Resources page for further updates and resources about the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, as well as general health resources.