The Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm in Tamworth N.H. is open for curbside pickup Wednesdays 10am–12pm.
“While the museum is currently closed to the general public, we welcome your call-in or email order for Remick beef, lamb, pork, eggs, maple syrup and other products listed below, made ready for your curbside pickup on the days and during the times mentioned above. We’re also offering local delivery on orders of $50 or more. Please call 603-323-7591 or email Joanne Gardner to place your order.”
Green Mountain Conservation Group right here in Effingham, N.H. has an entire page dedicated to remote learning. They also have a youtube channel for citizen science ideas! Use your own backyard to explore with them.
The Children’s Museum of Dover, N.H. has graciously moved their content online. “Parents, caregivers and educators, this is your “one stop shop” for activities and resources to support at-home learning, encourage hands-on discovery and help families through today’s challenges. Also, be sure to follow them on Facebook or Instagram for more fun as we learn to #PlayTogether while we’re apart!”
Strawbery Banke Museum in Portsmouth, N.H. is suspending their grand opening until July 1st. In the meantime, you can peruse their website for fun and information materials. Visit their virtual classroom for interactive content fun for the whole family!
The Seacoast Science Center in Rye N.H. would like you to know that, “Even though our doors are temporarily closed, we’re here for you! We’re here, keeping our animals safe and fed, and providing free educational resources to over 10,000 teachers and families each week from our home offices and backyards. But we cannot do it with you. Each month we are closed costs us $125,000. Please support the important work we are doing by donating today. Thank you. See how we are connecting families to the inspirational powers of nature through fun lessons, activities, and resources to support teachers and at-home learning, empower children to investigate nature, and help families find respite from today’s challenges.”
The Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, N.H. has a selection of videos pertaining to art. Explore a painting showing a Northern Renaissance ideal of a tender mother and her family. Find out who Frank Lloyd Wright really was. And browse their exhibits online.
Bedrock Gardens in Lee, N.H. is currently physically closed, but you can take a virtual garden tour. It’s so beautiful, you can almost smell the flowers from your computer screen!
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