Meeting of the NHHC Board of Representatives Monday, August 18

The quarterly meeting of the NHHC Board of Representatives will be held Monday, August 18 at 6:00pm at the Elkins Public Library in Canterbury. Members are welcome to attend this meeting. For more information, please contact Amy Gall, 838-5081 or Stef Marsh,

Art Classes for Homeschoolers at Wild Salamander in Hollis

Art Around the World for ages 6-9, Tuesday 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM, Sep 16, 2014 - Oct 21, 2014. Come on a journey around the world to discover different types of art. Each week we will draw inspiration from a different country. Our projects could be inspired by the traditions, art, animals, fashion or even cuisine of our country of focus. Let’s have fun creating all over the world. Instructor Beth Butler

Teen Group Forming in Southern NH and Mass

Calling all Tweens and Teens (ages 11+) for a NEW group on the Northern MA/Southern NH border! A new group is forming specifically for ages 11 and up! (Very mature 10 year olds will also be considered). Our goal is to have 1 meet up a week, throughout the year. We will have research and presentation (completely voluntary as some kids need time to feel comfortable with this), group learning, non-competitive team building games, crafts, guest speakers, field trips, fun trips, community service projects, time to just hang out, board games, art and poetry celebrations and more!

The Energize! Christian Family Conference

September 19-20, 2014
Merrimack Valley Baptist Church
517 Boston Post Road
Merrimack, NH 03054

Steve and Teri Maxwell and family will be giving their brand-new Energize! family conference in Nashua/Merrimack, New Hampshire, September 19-20th.
Some of the session titles include:
Today Children: Tomorrow Leaders
How to Have an Awesome Day
Supersonic Leadership: Is Everyone Strapped In?
Dating, Courtship, Betrothal, or Whatever

New Hampshire Legislative Youth Advisory Council

Created in 2006, the NH LYAC is a statutory committee of the New Hampshire legislature. Serving as a link between young people and New Hampshire government, LYAC is a group of 19 high school and college students (from age 15-22) who are appointed from every county in the state. A state senator and representative are also appointed as members of the Council.

LYAC analyzes issues that pertain to New Hampshire youth, brings ideas to the legislature, advises the legislature, and promotes civic engagement among youth.

Audubon Invites Homeschoolers to their Workshops on Teaching Science

New Hampshire Audubon is currently taking registrations for workshops for educators including tracking seasonal changes, environmental heroes, integrating bird feeding with your curriculum, and integrating science and technology. Learn more at:

Fall Classes for Public Speaking and Debate

2014 Fall Classes for Public Speaking and Debate: In conjunction with The NCFCA - The National Christian Forensics and Communication Association, we offer 10 types of Speaking Events and 2 Types of Debate Styles via Competition in a venue through which students learn to think critically, articulate winsomely and communicate graciously in a manner that pleases God. For more information on Fall classes in New Hampshire contact Anita Reeves:

Work on a Political Campaign

Political campaign internships may be available now, due to the upcoming elections. If your student is interested in this kind of opportunity, contact candidates of your choice and inquire about internship positions.

A Get-together for Berlin area homeschoolers

I live in Berlin and have one son (almost 9 years old) that I am home schooling. We would like to get together with other homeschoolers in the area.
I work at the farmers market on Thursdays. I'd like to set up a day when we could get together and meet at the park by the Big Apple on the east side. Please call Vickie at 603 915-0587.