Virtual Programs and Enrichment

Library Virtual Resources:

For online reading of articles, ancestry research, and more visit: https://www.minlib.net/online-resources/concord

Looking for books, movies, music, and more all from the comfort of your home? Check out some of the resources available through the Concord Free Public Library

Virtual Activities and Learning Opportunities From Concord Public Schools

We posted all of the supplemental educational resources (with the correct links!) on the web page:  https://www.concordps.org/virtual-school-activities/

Among the many options, there are many opportunities to visit museums, etc. virtually.  My personal favorite is The Cincinnati Zoo’s Home Safari Facebook Live broadcast at 3 pm daily.

Resources for Children (and adults!)

From the Boston Society of Landscape Architects – some on-line resources for kids of all ages.

 WORKING PARENTS + KIDS OF ALL AGES: K-12 ACTIVITIES

Author and illustrator (& Western Mass resident) Mo Willems is posting daily interactive video sessions: Lunch Doodles with Mo

The Boston Children’s Museum is offering at-home activities, while the New England Aquarium is posting daily virtual visits to this watery world.

WBUR: Entertaining Your Kids at Home While Social Distancing, including links to more activity suggestions.

ASLA Discover Landscape Architecture Activity Books for kids and for teens, in English and in Spanish, are available for free download.

Green Trees and Sam, by Shannon Gapp, can be read online for free.

For older kids (& grownups!), the Cooper-Hewitt offers videos of interviews with designers in every field — landscape architects and a whole lot more — as well as public programs and behind-the-scenes stories, while their video-based Design Dictionary provides an insider’s view of different creative techniques. One can also explore the collection.


Village Art Room: West Concord’s Community Art Space

Welcome to the Virtual Village
Art Room!

We have two projects, one challenging and one less so. We hope you will send photos of your process and creations so we can stay connected as well as creative by sharing
on the Virtual Village page

Pick up and Delivery of Art Activities

Pick up supplies and instructions from the front porch of 21 Winthrop Street in West Concord between 4 pm and 6 pm everyday, or arrange for a pick up or for a delivery to your home by calling 978-540-0221.

Celebrating present and past of farms and farmers
in and around West Concord


If you are an artist or even a smidge artistic, you can do one or more of the 299 squares that will make up this large mural to be installed in May in West Concord.


easy, smeezy



Flowers, beetles and fish. Instructions and supplies for making artwork that can become part of a real life Art for All Art Show when we emerge from our homes! And a virtual show while we are sequestered.

What precautions are we taking?

When you come to pick up at 21 Winthrop Street, you can choose the image you want to paint without touching anything but the bag. Paper Towels are available if you want to prevent touching the bag. The date that the bag was filled is shown. You could choose to not open the bag for 3 days from that date, thereby ensuring that the items inside are not contagious. Same with the tray of paint

This mural is partially funded by The West Concord Cultural Committee and the Mass Cultural Council. To bring this project to completion by the Art for All program, a $5 to $15 contribution per kit, or a donation to our program is appreciated.


We especially need plastic egg cartons for the paint for the mural.

Drop off anytime at the front porch of 21 Winthrop Street in West Concord

We use donated materials, art supplies and equipment as much as possible.

Especially helpful would be the following:

  • paints of all kinds, particularly acrylic and water colors 
  • colored pencils and markers 
  • brushes 
  • papers 
  • tapes and glues