Digital Resources & Activities for Adults
Using Your Library During the Closure

Although our building is currently closed, our staff are working diligently to ensure cardholders have access to quality content, reliable information, and dependable resources. Below are just a few examples of ways Library users can enjoy services from anywhere!

Please note that a valid library card is required to access or participate in most of the following services and programs.
Browse Our Virtual Library

A universe of digital and downloadable content is available through our Virtual Library. Enjoy remote access to thousands of ebooks, audiobooks, newspapers, magazines, movies, research materials, scholarly publications, consumer information, and more!
Attend the Big Library Read Book Group

Monday, March 23, 2020 to Monday, April 13, 2020

Join the Big Library Read global book discussion from the comfort of your couch! From Monday, March 23 to April 13, OverDrive will be supplying unlimited copies of a selected title to encourage readers to participate in a virtual discussion. Selected titles can be downloaded instantly via the OverDrive website or OverDrive and Libby smartphone applications. No waiting necessary!

This session's title: Funny, You Don't Look Autistic: A Comedian's Guide to Life on the Spectrum by Michael McCreary
Note that an active OverDrive/Libby account is required to participate in the Big Library Read program.
Take an Online Course

Library cardholders have access to hundreds of online courses via our Universal Class subscription. Courses cover a variety of topics such as computers, finance, business, history, arts and crafts, hobbies, resumes, DIY projects, health, cooking, and more!

Looking to brush up on your social media, technology, or research skills? Visit our Niche Academy for a basic overview of popular online services.
Access Complementary Content

Several publishers have made their content open access for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic. Enjoy thousands of free audiobooks, textbooks, research records, educational resources, and virtual story times through these temporary offerings.
Reach Out!

Have questions about these or other Library services? Our Librarians will be monitoring voicemail daily and can be reached via Facebook , our Ask Us service, and the following emails:


Remember that all fines are waived and our Wi-Fi is on 24/7 while the Library is closed. Please keep your items until we reopen.
Stay Informed & Be Well

Current information regarding COVID-19, the Town Statement, and associated updates can be found on the Town of Merrimack's Coronavirus (COVID-19) information page .

The latest factual and impartial news regarding global impact of COVID-19 is provided by the Associated Press here .

The latest research on COVID-19 is provided by the National Library of Medicine here .
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