Local Resources for Social Distancing in Peterborough

You often hear of the resiliency of people from New Hampshire. While many routines have been knocked off kilter as of late, people, businesses and organizations are still finding ways to make it all work out. If you’re stuck at home or trying to adapt to social distancing, then we hope that our list below helps bring back a bit of normalcy in your daily life.

Screenshot of performance health and fitness facebook page with a video workout

Performance Health and Fitness has lots of videos on their Facebook page and website to keep you busy!

Just because you can’t go to the gym doesn’t mean you’re missing out! Performance Health and Fitness has taken their classes online. Follow along on their Facebook and their website to help stay in shape.

woman bows head in yoga pose on a mat, hands stretched forward

Courtesy of Healing Yoga,  they have many resources on their Facebook page to help you during your quarantine – if you can, consider donating to show your appreciation!

Looking to do yoga or meditation? Bodyworks, SOUL Yoga and Healing Yoga have switched to virtual yoga classes via their websites and Facebook for those who want to work on their bodies and minds. Be sure to follow and support them while enjoying their media.

 

Bowerbird friends entrance during the winter

Check out Bowerbird & Friends’ Facebook page for how you can support them from home!

Want to support local businesses from the comfort of your home? Many of your favorite shops are still open for business on their website or by phone. Want to treat a friend or surprise yourself later while doing something good? Consider buying a gift card as well. Many places are doing donations to local food banks and charities with gift card sales.

hands folded together over a bible

Thanks to live streams, you can still attend Sunday sermons and take advantage of all the resources available to you by your church.

While you may not be able to go to church physically, you can still enjoy sermons in your own home. Nearly all of the many churches and places of worship in Peterborough have moved their Sunday sermons and worship times to be watched online.

to go containers and beer on a table with the words 'thank you for your support' on top

Cooper’s Hill has your back with their to go and delivery options! Yes, even beer!

Restaurants are also adapting to the changes, and many are still open with takeout, curbside pick up and even delivery options. Cooper’s Hill, Kogetsu, Bagel Mill and Waterhouse are a few that have started offering these alternatives, so be sure to check out your local favorite eatery’s website and Facebook page for details! Many also have gift card options available as well for future visits.

screenshot of the Jack Daniels Inn's Facebook page, highlighting a video post

Many of your favorite businesses and organizations are still here online to brighten your day and interact with – including us!

Many local organizations and businesses are active on their social media accounts. If you aren’t following them definitely consider taking a look at their Facebook pages to keep up to date with things and enjoy the media they are able to create during this time.

 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *