Virtual Programming During COVID-19

Stay Home, Stay Safe, and Stay Engaged!

During this unique time, Glastonbury staff are making a concerted effort to identify creative ways to continue to offer various programming for community members. Please use the links below to learn more about how you can continue to participate in town programs during these unprecedented times.  We will also be sharing activities, links, photos, and more on the Town Facebook page.  Please follow us on Facebook to see all activities and if you have an idea you'd like to share, email us at Most importantly, remember to Stay Home, Stay Safe, and Stay Engaged!

Local Business Statuses

Click here to view a list of local restaurants and other businesses providing services during coronavirus pandemic (compiled by CT River Valley Chamber of Commerce.

Parks & Recreation

Lots of great programs and activities will be offered remotely and changing on a daily basis.

Follow Glastonbury Parks & Recreation on Facebook and Instagram to see the latest programs using these links:

Senior Programs

Links to exercise, cultural sites, trivia puzzles, games and more are available on the Glastonbury Facebook page. Follow them here to engage!

Click here to view the April/May Sharing Tree Newsletter, which features several amazing ways to stay engaged/occupied.

Senior programs are also being announced via email to interested participants. To sign up for updates, please call 860-652-7638 and leave your email address (speak slowly and clearly), or send your email address to Norma at and indicate that you would like to be added to the mailing list.

Swim Team:

Swim coaches are posting daily dryland workouts on their website. Visit to view. 


Visit the WTML website for these additional programs:

  • Creativebug-arts and crafts video classes taught be recognized design experts and artists. For all ages.
  • LearnItLive-live and on-demand classes focusing on health & wellness.
  • Transparent Language Online-learn a language. 
  • Universal Class-over 500 online, non-credit courses. Attend classes, do assignments with real instructors.

Youth & Family Services

Resources from Other Organizations

Parenting Resources

Learning Sites for Children to reinforce prior learning (as recommended by a substitute teacher):