Get inspired at the New Hampshire Homeschooling Coalition Spring Workshop, Saturday, April 5, at the Nackey Loeb School in Manchester.
The morning session features a panel of experienced homeschoolers who will describe how homeschooling works for their families. You’ll hear about various types of curriculum, different teaching and learning styles, ways to keep students motivated, and how to solve problems that come up when teaching at home. We’ll also briefly explain the New Hampshire home education law for those new to homeschooling.
Eric Masterson, author of Birdwatching in New Hampshire, will present a 45 minute presentation Saturday, March 8 at on how to find the more than 300 species of birds that occur annually in New Hampshire. Eric's talk will feature the best of the best of New Hampshire's birding, with photos and anecdotes taken from his book. The talk starts at 3:00, at the Lawrence Barn 28 Depot Road Hollis NH.
The James House Farmstead in Hampton offers a variety of educational activities and programs for homeschoolers. Field trips are free and the staff is ready to help students learn all about life on an 18th century salt marsh farm. Farming, weaving, period architecture, children's games, horticulture, and archaeology are some features of the program. For more information visit www.jameshousemuseum.org.
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Young Scholars Program is one of the most generous awards for seventh-grade students in the country. Those selected receive financial support for educational and extracurricular activities throughout high school, as well as one-on-one help applying to high schools, colleges, summer programs, and more. While this is not a Center for Talented Youth scholarship, many Young Scholars have used the award to take CTY courses, and CTY has staff available who can answer questions about the application process.
Beginning Thursday, March 6, 6:00 to 7:00 pm, and continuing each Thursday, All Saints Anglican Church in Concord will offer a new music ministry, All Saints Treble Chorus. This new music program will offer instruction in proper vocal technique, diction, and performance practices while experiencing the beauty of liturgical music. Directed by Carlos Martinez and Jane Cormier, the Treble Chorus will perform at a number of venues, spreading inspirational music throughout the communities of Concord and Manchester.
Join us once again for a night of GREAT TEENS * GREAT MUSIC * GREAT FUN
Saturday, May 3, 2014, 5pm-10pm, Bektash Shrine Center, 189 Pembroke Rd, Concord, NH
This year’s theme is Masquerade!
Enjoy a fun, Friday night field trip with family and friends….and learn something too! The Fisher Cats staff can provide your home educational lesson plans based on New Hampshire's Core Curriculum in math, science, and social studies. Homeschoolers from throughout the region can participate in a pre-game parade and stick around and enjoy a post-game Atlas Fireworks show, too! Tickets are just $7 for this event! To purchase your tickets at this special price contact Lindsey House at (603) 606-4124 or email@example.com. Learn more at