Activities at Home for Adults (April 2020)

Access for free with your library card, eResources for eBooks, movies, eAudiobooks, music, tv shows, comicbooks for all ages!

Crafts @ Home:  make paper roses and try out book folding. 

Participate in the Issues That Matter Series book discussion of Small Great Things, where author Jodi Picoult is joining us on Twitter!  Read the eBook or listen to the eAudiobook.  

Learn with Adult Services Librarian, Sarah, how to make creme brulee the easy way at home or view the transcript.

Find new recipes with the AtoZ World Food database.  Login with your library card.   Search by ingredient to use what you already have, explore cultures and cuisines, find dietary specific options using the "Advanced Search." 

Use Pronunciator and learn one of 100+ languages!  Access with your library card. 

Attend online genealogy classes!  Pinellas Genealogy Society may be reached at:

Explore one of our databases for research, help with car repairs and home improvement projects, gardening tips, and to learn something new!  

*If you don't have a card, contact us at 

Contributed by staff members: 
Levar Burton  hosts sessions each week reading to audiences of different ages.  On Fridays at 6:00pm PT Burton reads to adults live streaming on Twitter.  

New York Botanical Garden's Virtual Tour of The Orchid Show: Jeff Leatham's Kaleidoscope.

For all of you who crave a Disney fix or just a zen moment:

Harry Potter  virtual escape experience was created by Sydney Krawiec, Youth Services Librarian at Peters Township Public Library in McMurray, PA.   Harry Potter-themed crafts.

Learn at home with Ringling Museum including a virtual garden tour and virtual puzzle

The St. Petersburg Morean Arts Center glass oven, Puff.    

Virtual Reality at the Dali Museum, and more!

Leepa Rattner Museum learn at home

Dunedin History Center share your experience.

The St. Pete Holocaust Museum virtual tours, programs, and explore exhibits.

NASA @Home

Walking Tour - New York Aquarium. 

Bob Ross petting a baby deer.  Also, discover where all his artwork went.  [From NYT Online]

The Florida Orchestra  at Home