With COVID-19 putting regular activities on hold for the summer, YDL is here to help. We’ve listed a few ways you and your family can make the most of this season, while remaining safe at this time.
Stay Up to Date
While quarantine restrictions are lifting, it is still important to stay informed on the latest coronavirus updates. Our COVID Page connects you to resources both inside and outside of YDL during the pandemic.
Learn about our curbside service, local food pantries, and where to receive financial assistance.
Tackle a New Skill
Kids can learn a new language with Muzzy, which uses fun cartoons and interactive games to immerse kids in 7 languages.
Take Care of Your Mental Health
It’s tough to process the rapidly changing current events we’re facing. That’s why we’ve gathered a list of free resources focused on mental health care, including a support hotline.
Staying at home over the summer is the perfect time to perfect your craft. Write what you’re feeling with YpsiWrite’s journaling prompts & activities. For kids, 826Michigan is offering writing labs and challenges.
Music lover? Join Guitar Club online every other Saturday. Call 734-879-1318 and leave a message to register.
Be sure to check out virtual programs for LNGO crafts, comic book drawing, and more!
Go On a Virtual Vacation
You can also experience the world through this book list.
Let Your Voice Be Heard
To elevate the conversation surrounding race relations and police brutality, YDL has put together some educational resources to share.
This summer, we have a virtual Town Hall discussion series to help families build anti-racism skills. Share your story and learn something new while listening to local activists and educators.
We’ve created lists of books, movies, and activities for all ages to help elevate the conversation and promote learning.
Read, Read, and Read!
NoveList Plus can help you find your next favorite book. Browse by genre or find read-alikes for your current favorites!