LINKS TO STAY CONNECTED DURING SOCIAL DISTANCING

Enjoy these virtual experiences that are sure to entertain, educate, and connect us. Keep checking this page; links will be continually added.  

Tell us how you are coping, feeling, and dealing with social distancing and the Coronavirus.  Write, draw, photograph, scrapbook, or otherwise document your concerns, ways of coping, or imaginative escapes through the Our Story project.

30 virtual field trips with something for everyone.

Learn to draw here.

Programs to help make internet more affordable can be found here.

Always wanted to learn an instrument?  Try one of these.

Play these brain games from AARP.

Enjoy authors discussing their books.

Love puzzles?  This site is perfect for you.  

Everyone loves origami.

Have fun – whatever your age – by creating your own Flat Person-ality.  Share them with us:)

Take part in WPL’s Community Wings Project.  At this time when we have to stay apart, do something that brings us together by being part of Community Wings.

Join our Author Event and Coffee & Crime book discussion on April 29th @ 2pm: Little Comfort by Edwin Hill

Enjoy free evening concerts from the Metropolitan Opera.

Check out puzzles, book reviews, easy crafts and more at WPL’s Pinterest Page.  

Free, daily videos are offered from the Kennedy Center with author and artist Mo Willems. Printable worksheets are also available on the site.  Episodes are broadcast live at 12PM CST.

Discover theses 14 books that give well-known authors hope.

The show must go on and the CHHS Chamber Singers found a way to do it!

Take a virtual visit to some National Parks.  

Listen to actors from the Screen Actors Guild read to kids.  

Twelve famous museums offer virtual tours

Need to organize those books?  Here you go!

We’re Going on a Bear Hunt

Things to do with all of those empty toilet paper rolls.  

Try these parlor games.  

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