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Staying connected across physical distance
Special Program Note!

Please join us on Facebook this Friday, April 3 rd at 6:30pm for a special video presentation of the Humanities to Go program “Jennie Powers: The Woman Who Dares” by Jennifer Carroll, Director of Education at the Historical Society of Cheshire County . The video is available for a limited time - so be sure to watch. About the program
Smithsonian Magazine put together a list of 68 cultural collections you can experience from home. These collections are organized by category, so you can explore topics that interest you from institutions all over the world—and there are enough resources to keep you entertained for days!

A stained glass window designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany is one of many artworks available for your perusal. ( Public domain via the Metropolitan Museum of Art )
Watch Connections program manager Mary Nolin read Heart on Fire: Susan B. Anthony Votes for President. This book by Ann Malaspina chronicles Susan B. Anthony’s attempt to vote in the presidential election of 1872. Mary designed activities to accompany the book suitable for all age and literacy levels, which are available HERE
Attention teachers, parents, caregivers, and students : New Hampshire Public Radio is adding new educational resources for you while you’re teaching or learning from home. Listen to episodes of the Civics 101 podcast, check out lesson plans and activities designed for K-12, and more.
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The Harryhausen Chronicles: Narrated by the late, great Leonard Nimoy, this hour-long documentary explores one of the most influential special effects artists of the twentieth century, Ray Harryhausen. An inspiring look at a creative visionary, and true pioneer!  Enjoy here
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