Tag: Senior Programming

Get started from home – Research Your Family Tree: 6 part-course for Beginners

*Two Slot Remain Open To Join! Ready to take the plunge but haven’t any idea how to start researching your family history? Register for a six-part course and join in one of America’s most popular hobbies, second only to gardening! Getting started is the hardest part! Researching Your Family Tree has started meeting through email.  There are 2 spots still open to join this program. These slots are being offered … Read more

Craft, Paint and Color (Adults) ~ Fridays, 10:30 – 12:30

Come unwind, de-stress and create every Friday at 10:30. In this fun Friday meet-up, folks dabble in painting, coloring or creative crafting using oil, acrylic, watercolor, pen and pencil. They work on canvas, wood and sketchpads and coloring books. Research shows that creative activities help you relax. This is an open time so feel free to stay the entire time, leave early or come late. Remember this is a no… Read more

The Keys to Public Speaking No-One is Talking About with Linda Ugelow ~ (Register Please) @ 6:30 on 2/13/2020

linda-ugelowJoin us as Linda Ugelow techniques and methods to speaking confidently in every situation. Learn tips and tricks to feeling more confident, relaxed, and natural in public speaking. The program is free and open to the public. It’s your turn to get up to speak and that familiar rush of adrenaline takes over your body. We are told that fear is inevitable and we either push through it or avoid… Read more

Stark Decency: NH’s WW II German Prisoner of War Camp ~ *Program cancelled ~ this event will be rescheduled at a later date.

*As of 3/9 the presenter has cancelled and this event will be rescheduled at a later date.  Thank you for your understanding. During World War II, 300 German prisoners of war were held at Camp Stark near the village of Stark in New Hampshire’s North Country. Allen Koop reveals the history of this camp, which tells us much about our country’s war experience and about our state. Presenter:  Allen Koop… Read more

CBD 101: Demystifying CBD ~ (Registration Required) @ 6:30 on 1/30/2020

There has been a lot of information lately about CBD. Deborah A. Fudge, D.C. & Doug Fryday, D.C. will be discussing: What is CBD? The history of hemp. Why is there so much stigma around CBD? Hemp vs Marijuana – what’s the difference? The Endocannabinoid System. What is Endocannabinoid Deficiency Syndrome? About the presenters: Dr. Deb Fudge and Dr. Doug Fryday are wellness lifestyle experts who have been in practice… Read more

Do You Know Where Your DNA Is? Presented by Albert E. Scherr, Professor of Law ~ (Registration Required) @ 6:30 on Monday, 1/13/2020

DNApuzzleThe genetic future is now. It is very likely that some commercial, medical research or governmental entity has either your DNA sample or your genetic information. And, you don’t know it and may not even know that they have collected and stored it. Do You Know Where Your DNA Is? takes you through the current state of forensic DNA technology, genetic genealogy, familial searching and wrongful convictions based on post-conviction… Read more

The Connecticut: New England’s Great River ~ (NH Humanities) Register to attend @ 6:30 on 11/7/2019

ConnecticutThe largest river in New England rises in a small beaver pond near the Canadian border and flows over 400 miles through four states, falling 2,670 feet to the sea through America’s only watershed-based national fish and wildlife refuge. Adair Mulligan leads an armchair tour of this great river in New Hampshire and Vermont, exploring its history and natural beauty through the seasons and among the communities that have sprung… Read more

Rudyard Kipling Revisited ~ (NH Humanities) – Registration Required @ 6:30 on 11/14/2019

jacksongillmanRudyard Kipling was the most internationally-celebrated author of his day. The first four years of his marriage and fatherhood were spent in New England where he built his dream house – Naulakha in Dummerston, Vermont – now preserved as a Landmark Trust property. It was there that he penned The Jungle Book and other classics. These were productive and happy years for the young literary giant. Jackson Gillman provides a… Read more

Rudyard Kipling Revisited ~ (NH Humanities) – Registration Required @ 6:30 on 11/14/2019

jacksongillmanRudyard Kipling was the most internationally-celebrated author of his day. The first four years of his marriage and fatherhood were spent in New England where he built his dream house – Naulakha in Dummerston, Vermont – now preserved as a Landmark Trust property. It was there that he penned The Jungle Book and other classics. These were productive and happy years for the young literary giant. Jackson Gillman provides a… Read more

The Connecticut: New England’s Great River ~ (NH Humanities) Register to attend @ 6:30 on 11/7/2019

ConnecticutThe largest river in New England rises in a small beaver pond near the Canadian border and flows over 400 miles through four states, falling 2,670 feet to the sea through America’s only watershed-based national fish and wildlife refuge. Adair Mulligan leads an armchair tour of this great river in New Hampshire and Vermont, exploring its history and natural beauty through the seasons and among the communities that have sprung… Read more