Events, features and things to do for families in New Hampshire
Candidates for this award will have volunteered in direct service to families at a New Hampshire…Continue
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Ladies, if you’ve been waiting for an opportunity to rock that teal taffeta creation you wore to your prom in 1991, St. Joseph’s Hospital is hosting the 2012 Mom Prom on April 28, a fun-filled girls’ night out to benefit the St. Joseph Hospital Breast Care Center.
Pull out those old prom gowns, bridesmaid dresses or find the tackiest dress in a thrift shop for a night at the Radisson in Nashua of dancing, food, cocktails, silent auction, 50/50 raffle and humorous prom…Continue
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The origins of April Fools Day on April 1 are a mystery, according to www.nationalgeographic.com, but the most popular theory is that France changed its calendar in the 1500s so the New Year would begin in January to match the Roman calendar instead of beginning at the start of spring, in late March or early April. However, word of the change traveled slowly, and many people in rural areas continued to celebrate the New Year in the…Continue
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Five Broadway Stars are Giving Away the Chance of a Lifetime Opportunity to SING ON STAGE In NEIL BERG’S 100 YEARS OF BROADWAY
LOWELL, Mass. – As part of a national campaign that is being conducted in 20 US cities thus far, five Broadway stars are giving away the chance to join them on stage in Neil Berg’s 100 Years of Broadway at Lowell Memorial Auditorium on May 3.
Submission guidelines are posted at singingwiththebroadwaystars.com.
Neil Berg’s 100 Years of Broadway…Continue
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The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards, a national program honoring outstanding young volunteers and sponsored by Prudential Financial in partnership with the National Association of Secondary School Principals, has named New Hampshire’s top two youth volunteers of 2012: State Honoree, High School – Jennifer Wright, 18, of Nashua and State Honoree, Middle Level – Sarah-Jean Sargent, 14, of Raymond
Jennifer, a senior at Nashua High School North, is the co-founder and president of a…Continue
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MANCHESTER - The New Hampshire Philharmonic has announced the names of the student artists whose artwork will be featured at its April concert.
This year, student artwork for the April concert has been selected from 10 schools:
Bedford - Memorial
Concord - Concord Community Music School
Epping - Epping Elementary
Hopkinton - Maple Street School
Lee - Mast Way
Litchfield - St Francis of Assisi…Continue
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DOVER - Mischief may be afoot in Dover on Saturday, April 7. as the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire hosts a visit from The Cat in the Hat.
The museum’s popular Books Alive program, underwritten by Irving Oil, will welcome Dr. Seuss favorite The Cat in the Hat from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Museum…Continue
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Travel back in time and join the Manchester Community Music School for a 50′s-inspired musical game show unlike anything you’ve seen before! Melodious clues will reveal our three Musical Mystery Guests from NH’s Business Community, sponsored by Centrix Bank.
Enjoy a fun 50’s-inspired concert featuring the NH Youth Jazz Ensemble, a martini bar, heavy 50′s-style h’ors doevres from Tidewater…Continue
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MANCHESTER— UNH Manchester will host three open houses in April for high school juniors and seniors from throughout New Hampshire.
UNH Manchester will offer a series of spring open houses and free college 101 seminar events designed specifically to assist high school juniors and their parents in the college selection process. The Office of Admissions will showcase the college’s academic programs, student engagement opportunities and the economic advantages available at UNH’s…Continue
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Local dancers from the NH area:Continue
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St. Joseph Hospital is hosting an open house in celebration of its newly renovated maternity center on Saturday, March 24, 2012 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. New moms, women who are pregnant and those who are thinking about having children are invited to the open house. Attendees can tour the new suites and meet with doctors, nurse midwives and staff.
To improve post-partum services, the center has renovated its eight suites to provide an efficient, comprehensive maternity experience…Continue
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MANCHESTER — Simon malls and Universal Studios Home Entertainment are encouraging families to get hopping to The Mall of New Hampshire for a series of special Easter festivities.
The Mall of New Hampshire invites Manchester-area kids and parents to attend a family-friendly Easter Photo Experience event, taking place from Friday, March 16 to Saturday, April 7. Kids will have the chance to visit with the sought-after Easter Bunny and get ready for the Blu-ray™/DVD release of HOP…Continue
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Join the Community Co-Ed Dodgeball Tournament hosted by St. Joseph Hospital and iUGO, Greater Nashua's networking group for young professionals.
The dodgeball tournament will be Tuesday, April 10,…Continue
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Savers thrift store signed a lease to open a new location in Manchester. This new store will add approximately 50 jobs to the community with a mid-June 2012 store opening. At approximately 25,000-square feet, the new store will be located at 93 South Maple Street, providing local shoppers with great bargains on quality secondhand merchandise.
Each Savers location partners with a charitable organization in its community, and this store partners with…Continue
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WASHINGTON D.C. - The Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans, Inc., is pleased to announce the names of the 104 Horatio Alger National Scholarship recipients. Each student will receive a $20,000 scholarship to a four-year school of his or her choice, and will be honored at the Horatio Alger Awards Ceremonies in Washington D.C, in April.
The 2012 Horatio Alger National Scholarship recipient from New Hampshire is Charles S. DeBenedetto from Raymond.
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DOVER – The Children’s Museum of New Hampshire is celebrating Dover’s vibrant arts and cultural community with a new fundraising event featuring wine, food, music and more.
Cheers to Children will take place at the Museum on Friday, March 23, from 6 to 9 p.m. The event will showcase…Continue
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Thanks to generous support from the community, the SEE Science Center will host the traveling exhibition Secrets of Circles from March 17 to Sept. 9.
Circles are everywhere! Why? Discover the secret!
This highly interactive 2,000 sq. ft. exhibition features 17 exhibits designed to inspire questions and encourage investigation.
Explore the math, science, engineering and culture of circles. Discover what makes the circle the best shape for both pizzas and car wheels, or…Continue
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On March 12, 1912, Juliette Gordon Low, a very forward-thinking woman described as having “the force of a hurricane,” launched a national movement to teach girls independence, patriotism and the value of service.
Since “Daisy” founded Girl Scouts 100 years ago, the largest educational organization for girls in the world, more than 50 million members have grown in courage, confidence and character, and learned…Continue
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