Save the Date! The 2017 New Hampshire Homeschooling Coalition Spring Workshop will take place on Saturday, June 17 from 9:30-noon at the Nackey Loeb School of Communications in Manchester. Topics to be covered include legal rights and responsibilities, as well as elementary and high school homeschooling basics. Stay tuned for more details and pre-registration.
Homeschooled teens are invited to join Venturing Crew 88 out of St. Paul's Church in Concord. Venturing is a co-ed sister program of the Boy Scouts of America open to boys and girls ages 14 to 21. We are a relatively new Venturing Crew that started about two years ago and we are trying to expand. It is a completely youth led program with Phil Donovan as our adult advisor. We have a very active program with weekly meetings on Wednesday at 7pm at the Church, monthly outings and many service projects. We are focused on the outdoors and community service.
The Moffatt-Ladd House and Garden, a historic house museum in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, wants to let homeschoolers know that we offer school programs for both elementary and high school age students.
This house was built in 1763 by merchant Samuel Moffatt on the Portsmouth waterfront. Our elementary school program is very interactive with a mix of activities that sailors and dock workers would have worked on taking place in our 18th century warehouse. Students also can tour the whole house and eat lunch in our beautiful garden.
For grades 1-3 and 4-8.
A fun and "educational" camp experience for your child. AITs (Authors In Training) will learn what it takes to become a published author. Includes skill building in: reading, writing, math, vocabulary, collaboration and creativity.
Registration Form https://gallery.mailchimp.com/00e1b6bfd282fd669517c8e6c/files/89c35971-6.... Don't delay, only eight spaces left! Visit www.amitypublications.com for details about books and programs offered.
Children CAN and DO sing the music of Bach, Palestrina, Tallis, Mendelssohn and other classical composers. It is the mission of the Saint Nicholas Schola Cantorum (Diocesan Children's Choral Program), based at the Cathedral of Saint Joseph in Manchester, to teach, inspire and motivate children to sing. The schola cantorum's (Latin for "school of singers") aim is to teach, prepare and form children and young adults in grades 3 - 12 to participate in music ministry and life long praise of God through scared song.
Saturdays, March 4-25, 2017 1 ½ hour programs—10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 1:00 or 2:00
Join us to experience an old-fashioned New England tradition — making maple syrup!
Saturday, April 22, 2017
15 Twin Bridge Road, Weare
WHE had our highest grossing book sale ever in 2016! Everyone was happy to see it return. Sellers loved the flexibility of the simplified label system and the buyers enjoyed the shopping experience they have come to expect.
We listened to your feedback and we will be holding the sale on a Saturday morning for the first time. We hope this new day allows moms to shop with more ease.
Register as a seller at http://wearehomeeducators.com/events/parent-support/whe-book-sale-2
Starting on February 14, but you can join after that date
Tuesdays 2:20 - 4:15 p.m.
I have arranged a homeschool bowling league at Lakeside Lanes on Candia Road in Manchester for any homeschooler that is interested in participating. Ages 7-18 groups that will be divided into teams.
Homeschool price is $3.50 per game with free rentals! We will be bowling Fridays at 10:45 AM.
If your homeschooler would like to participate in this fun activity, please email Lori @ email@example.com with your child's name and age. Bowling starts on March 10.
Sandpipers, Seacoast Children’s Chorus