Events, features and things to do for families in New Hampshire
NASHUA – This one-hour class is designed to help children (ages 3-6) adjust to a new baby in the family. Discussions will surround how to make your child feel included in welcoming a new baby, which toys are safe, what is appropriate with their new sibling and the importance of being a big brother or sister. The class is offered on Monday, Feb. 21, from 6 to 7 p.m. or Saturday, April 30, from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.
Fee: $10 per family.…Continue
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On Saturday, Feb. 5, from Noon to 2 p.m., Souper Bowl Saturday will take place at the West Manchester Community Library.
We’re celebrating the Super Bowl by serving soup, reading football books, and watching football videos. All are welcome to join us for lunch at the West Manchester Community Library, 76 North Main St. For more information call 624-6560.
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MANCHESTER — Have you ever really thought about how many Internet attached devices are in your family member’s hands today? Have you thought about the privacy exposures these devices create? Have you been successful in protecting your family’s privacy on these devices? Attend a free lecture, “Parental Privacy Controls” on Tuesday, Feb. 15, at 7 p.m. in UNH Manchester’s third floor auditorium to learn more.
The presentation will look at the most…
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New Hampshire students and others interested in working in professional theatre are encouraged to register for the upcoming 2011 New Hampshire Professional Theatre Association Auditions and Job Fair, scheduled to take place at Plymouth State University’s Silver Center for the Arts on Feb. 26 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
More than 800 people worked in New Hampshire’s professional theatre industry during the summer and fall of 2010. In addition to on-stage…
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The Nashua Public Library now offers over 500 continuing education courses online through Universal Class. These free classes are available to anyone when using library computers, but a Nashua library card is required to take them remotely.
Among the courses are several of interest to parents, including
· Attention Deficit Disorders: ADD and ADHD
· Autism 101
· Behavior Management 101
· Child Psychology 101
· Early Childhood…
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LOWELL, Mass. - Attention Parents of iCarly (Miranda Cosgrove) fanatics: Want to be the coolest parent on the block? Want your child to clean their room without complaining? We have a contest that may interest you.
What you have to do: Post a video to our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/lowellmemorialauditorium) of you singing a Miranda Cosgrove song by Friday, Feb. 4 at 3 p.m. All videos…
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INTERVALE -- The Believe in Books Literacy Foundation will kick off a five-month stage series for children at the Theater in the Wood on Friday, Jan.21.
The first show of the series will feature The Dragon King, performed by Tanglewood Marionettes – an underwater fantasy based on Chinese Folklore. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., and the show starts at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $5 for adults, $3 for children (3-12), free for younger than 3. Seating is limited! Call…Continue
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MANCHESTER — This spring, the public is invited to join UNH Manchester Library Community Book Group members for discussions of books by author Thomas Hardy (1840-1928), English novelist and poet. Each of the novels to be discussed has a film associated with it and, although we will not view the films, book discussions may include discussion of the film treatment. For further information, please call the library at 603-641-4173.
Far from the…
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New Hampshire teen filmmakers have a new opportunity to showcase their creativity and have their ideas heard. The Young Adult Librarians of New Hampshire announce the “You Are Here” Teen Video Challenge 2011, part of a national competition to create short public service announcements that promote reading and public libraries.
Teens are asked to create 30- to 90-second videos promoting their library’s summer reading program, centered on the slogan…
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Pastoral Counseling Services, 2013 Elm St., Manchester is offering multiple educational opportunities to the community beginning in January.
Statistics indicate that the stressors in our lives continue to be on the rise, with an increasingly faster-paced and stimulus-overloaded lifestyle for most Americans. Therefore it is increasingly important to find ways to manage, and reduce this level of…Continue
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SHARON-Empowered by a $5,000 grant from the Bean Family Foundation specifically to support Jaffrey-area youth and teen learning in the arts, the Sharon Arts School of Art and Craft strives to meet the needs of young artists for visual arts learning in a nurturing environment, as schools nationwide continue to cut arts funding. In response to the significant increase in requests for scholarship aid (requests doubled in 2010), Sharon Arts has sought funding from a…Continue
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MANCHESTER – The Special Care Nursery at Catholic Medical Center proudly welcomed and cared for 2010’s first set of triplets.
First-time parents Mary and Randy Duquette of Hopkinton gave birth to high-risk triplets at Dartmouth-Hitchcock in Lebanon and asked to transfer the family to Catholic Medical Center for the necessary monitoring and care.
The triplets – Wyatt, Emmett, and Zoe – were cared for and transitioned home one at a time, giving…
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