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Jan 22 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
A free five session workshop for parents of pre-teens and teens (ages 11 -1 7) to learn how to improve communication, reduce the risk of problem behaviors and build strong family bonds. In a lively … Continue reading Staying Connected with Your Teen
Join us for this interactive 5 session workshop.  This is an opportunity for parents/grandparents/foster parents/ anyone taking on the responsibility of guiding our youth into a healthy adulthood to Engage with other parents of teens … Continue reading Staying Connected with Your Teen – FREE workshop series for parents of teens
Jan 23 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Join printer Bill Soucy for a demonstration and hands-on opportunity ti explore the process of traditional typesetting, participants will be able to hand set antique wood type, with or without an ornamental piece, hand ink … Continue reading Create a Sign with the Letterpress Process
by Dave Cohen, discussing the fundamentals of ecopsychology and exploring the effects of the environment in our minds and society, refreshments provide.
MONIFF and the Monadnock Humane Society present a special screening of Adele and Everything After, a feature-length documentary about a woman with a broken heart and the service dog who saved her. Special guest star … Continue reading MONIFF and the Monadnock Humane Society present “Adele and Everything After”
Financial advisor Kathleen Murphy discusses retirement strategies for women and consistent approaches to saving.
A display of dozens of large-scale paper models of airplanes, ships, lighthouses and more by Dick Zoerb of Nashua, a Korean War veteran, who will speak about his lifetime in the craft .
Learn about DNA testing, including its benefits and issues,  and explore genetic genealogy, which combines science, family, and solving mysteries!
a discussion about hiking, skiing, skating, hockey, bird watching and more, led by Holly and Sean Macy and members of the Monadnock Trail Breakers.
Jan 29 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Three cooking classes taught by Linda Stavely, including dinner and wine. Jan. 29: Soups and Stews of Spain and Portugal; Feb. 12: Chocolate Celebration; March 19: Vietnamese Cooking. Register online.
Jan 29 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
A free five session workshop for parents of pre-teens and teens (ages 11 -1 7) to learn how to improve communication, reduce the risk of problem behaviors and build strong family bonds. In a lively … Continue reading Staying Connected with Your Teen
Join us for this interactive 5 session workshop.  This is an opportunity for parents/grandparents/foster parents/ anyone taking on the responsibility of guiding our youth into a healthy adulthood to Engage with other parents of teens … Continue reading Staying Connected with Your Teen – FREE workshop series for parents of teens
Despite its most prevalent stereotype, non-monogamy is not all sex, sex, sex, but is actually mostly talk, talk, talk. Unlike monogamy, open relationships rarely come with a list of pre-determined rules, so we need to … Continue reading Polyamory & Open Relationships: Designing and Sustaining
Feb 5 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
A free five session workshop for parents of pre-teens and teens (ages 11 -1 7) to learn how to improve communication, reduce the risk of problem behaviors and build strong family bonds. In a lively … Continue reading Staying Connected with Your Teen
Join us for this interactive 5 session workshop.  This is an opportunity for parents/grandparents/foster parents/ anyone taking on the responsibility of guiding our youth into a healthy adulthood to Engage with other parents of teens … Continue reading Staying Connected with Your Teen – FREE workshop series for parents of teens
A talk by Professor Paul Vincent on the history of U.S. immigration , hosted by the Historical Society of Cheshire County
Dartmouth professor Nancy Jay Crumbine will discuss the enduring influence of environmental author Rachel Carson. Carson’s book Silent Spring not only launched the environmental movement, but also identified fundamental problems with our relationship to nature.
Feb 10 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Make-Your-Own Hearts + Flowers @ Fulcrum Arts Vermont |  |  |
Make-Your-Own Hearts + Flowers Saturday February 10th 10-4 $40 Glass Flower | $50 Heart Plate | $90 Both Work with a Solinglass instructor to create a beautiful hand-crafted glass flower and carve an elegant ceramic … Continue reading Make-Your-Own Hearts + Flowers
Feb 11 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Psychic Development Circlet (6 sessions) @ The Aerie | Peterborough | New Hampshire | United States
You were born with two minds, a soul mind and a physical mind. You were also born with two sets of senses, one belonging to your spiritual body and one belonging to your physical body. To … Continue reading Psychic Development Circlet (6 sessions)
Feb 12 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Three cooking classes taught by Linda Stavely, including dinner and wine. Jan. 29: Soups and Stews of Spain and Portugal; Feb. 12: Chocolate Celebration; March 19: Vietnamese Cooking. Register online.
Feb 12 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
A free five session workshop for parents of pre-teens and teens (ages 11 -1 7) to learn how to improve communication, reduce the risk of problem behaviors and build strong family bonds. In a lively … Continue reading Staying Connected with Your Teen
Join us for this interactive 5 session workshop.  This is an opportunity for parents/grandparents/foster parents/ anyone taking on the responsibility of guiding our youth into a healthy adulthood to Engage with other parents of teens … Continue reading Staying Connected with Your Teen – FREE workshop series for parents of teens
Feb 19 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
A free five session workshop for parents of pre-teens and teens (ages 11 -1 7) to learn how to improve communication, reduce the risk of problem behaviors and build strong family bonds. In a lively … Continue reading Staying Connected with Your Teen
Join us for this interactive 5 session workshop.  This is an opportunity for parents/grandparents/foster parents/ anyone taking on the responsibility of guiding our youth into a healthy adulthood to Engage with other parents of teens … Continue reading Staying Connected with Your Teen – FREE workshop series for parents of teens
Feb 20 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
A winter forum, featuring presentations on: Labeling and Packaging, by Mary Macdonald, Genuine Local, Meredith, NH; On-Farm Event Marketing, by Nancy LaRowe, Valley Food & Farm Coordinator, Vital Communities, White River Jct., VT; and Social Media: Best Practices, by Jen Risley, … Continue reading Farm Marketing Workshops
Associate Professor John Finneran examines some of the factors that have contributed to the current opioid crisis in our country and our community. In addition to helping us understand how we’ve come to this critical … Continue reading Open College – The Overdosing of America
The Social Justice Committee will hold monthly gatherings on the third Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m. to watch and discuss a short social justice-related feature, January’s event features the TED talk by Chimamanda … Continue reading Building a Thoughtful Community
Mar 3 @ 2:36 pm – 3:36 pm
do and don’ts workshop
Mar 19 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Three cooking classes taught by Linda Stavely, including dinner and wine. Jan. 29: Soups and Stews of Spain and Portugal; Feb. 12: Chocolate Celebration; March 19: Vietnamese Cooking. Register online.
The Social Justice Committee will hold monthly gatherings on the third Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m. to watch and discuss a short social justice-related feature, January’s event features the TED talk by Chimamanda … Continue reading Building a Thoughtful Community