Homeschooling Tips and Obstacle Course in Dover

Overcoming Obstacles to Homeschooling

A free event hosted by: Classical Conversations

Contact: Rebekah Godek, 207-370-0691 or classicalmaine@comcast.net

When: Thursday, May 26, 12:30-2:00 AND 6-8 pm
Where: Henry Law Park (by the Children's Museum), Dover, NH
Who: EVERYONE - kids, homeschooled or not, Moms & Dads!
What: FREE inflatable obstacle course for the kids - homeschooling tips and programs for the adults.

Sponsored by Blast Party Rentals

A Midsummer Night's Dream in Wolfeboro

In May Perform It! Young People’s Stage Company will present Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream in Wolfeboro’s newly renovated town hall.

Summer Art Classes in Bedford at Purple Porcupine

Purple Porcupine Art Studio in Bedford, NH offers four-day summer art sessions (Mon-Thur) in July and August. Small group (no more than four students) and private lessons are available in art-journaling, watercolor, acrylic, and mixed media. For more details please visit PurplePorcupineArtStudio.com

Seacoast Christian Home Educators Annual Used Curriculum and Book Sale

June 18, 2016 9am-1pm
Books
DVDs
Games
Manipulatives
History Extras
Foreign Language
Grace Community Church, 159 Rochester Hill Road, Rochester, NH
Interested Sellers and General Info
contact seacoastchristianhomeeducators@gmail.com

Join us for Homeschool Theatre Guild’s production of Anne of Green Gables!

This delightful dramatization captures the charm and excitement of L.M. Montgomery's enduring classic about an orphan girl, Anne Shirley, from her first encounter with her austere guardian to her thrilling graduation from Queen's Academy. The play faithfully recreates the memorable events and characters from the brilliant novel. Whether you are an "old friend" of Anne's or meeting her for the first time, this play will solidify a lasting friendship between the audience and one of literature's most unforgettable characters.

Educator's Open House at The Little Nature Museum in Warner

The Little Nature Museum in Warner is hosting a free “Educator’s Open House” on Saturday, June 4, from noon – 5 PM. Any homeschooling parent is welcome to come attend to see the Museum and learn more about it. The event is cohosted by the New Hampshire Environmental Educators Association.

Boys State

The New Hampshire American Legion will hold its 68th annual Boys State program from June 26 to July 1. Boys State is a six-day “learn-by-doing” experience in the American way of government. Public and private high schools throughout the state are invited to select qualified students to participate in the program; home school students of “junior equivalence” are also eligible to apply. The delegates to Boys State will convene at Rivier University in Nashua to apply the principles of democracy in the mythical fifty-first state --- “Granite Boys State.”

The 25th Annual Massachusetts Society for Medical Research Student Competition

All middle and high school students in New England are invited to enter MSMR's 2016 Student Competition.

You are a reporter for a news service that delivers information about research discoveries to teenage science students. You learn all about a particularly interesting breakthrough and submit an Essay, a Poster or a Website about it to your kindly, but demanding, editor-in-chief.

Volunteers Needed to Work with Horses and Clients in Equine Therapy

Back in the Saddle Equine Therapy Center in Hopkinton has volunteer opportunities for homeschoolers age 14 and up to work with horses and our clients with disabilities. We offer lessons Tuesdays through Saturdays, and have a need for people able to lead a horse, or side-walk next to clients while they are riding. Also have opportunities for junior volunteers to work with our horses in morning or evening chores.

Homeschool Farm Science Program

Cedar Circle Farm and Education Center in East Thetford, Vermont is adding to our repertoire of programs by initiating an outdoor science and agriculture education program for homeschool students, ages 6–11.

The program year includes three sessions which begin in the fall and continue throughout the winter and spring. Our farm is an incredible outdoor classroom with our production fields, forested areas, orchard, and riparian area along the Connecticut River.