COVID-19 is impacting services around the world, but a variety of organizations have come together to provide digital access to resources, information, and entertainment.
The Muskegon Area District Library has compiled a list of these resources; be sure to check back regularly as new, remote services are offered.
Digital LibraryThese library resources are available - for free - to all Muskegon Area District Library card holders at all times. Materials return automatically, so you never have to worry about late fees. If you encounter an issue with an app, please fill out the contact form. Make sure you direct your questions to Digital Resources Support and include your name, phone number, and a good time to reach you.
Don't have a library card? Can't log in with your current card? Muskegon Area District Library can help you get a new, temporary library card or renew an expired library card. Fill out the contact form, making sure to include your name, phone number, and a good time to reach you.
Homework and LearningFor caregivers looking to keep school aged children busy and learning, check out some of the educational aides and Apps:
Virtual ToursTravel the world, visit famous locations, and explore some of the most famous museums without ever leaving home.
Live StreamingYou might not be able to meet with other in person right now, but you can always check in with people (or animals) via their live stream.
Meet Up and Eat Up
Schools throughout Muskegon County are working hard to make sure that every child has healthy meals during school shutdown. Students are not required to be present for meal pickup.