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Posts Tagged ‘ Senior Programming ’

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

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

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

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

The 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,...
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Elimination Diets with Courtney Eaton (Registration Required) @ 6:30 on 10/21/2019

Elimination Diets with Courtney Eaton (Registration Required) @ 6:30 on 10/21/2019

Did you know: 1. Some foods don’t digest the same way for everyone. 2. Sometimes even foods we are accustomed to eating ferment and cause gas, bloating, pain and altered bowel movements. 3. Food sensitivity tests are not always accurate, so isolating certain foods is a better assessment. Join us as Courtney Eaton discusses...
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The Capital Crime of Witchcraft: What the Primary Sources Tell Us ~ (NH Humanities) Registration Required @ 6:30 PM on 10/24/2019

The Capital Crime of Witchcraft: What the Primary Sources Tell Us ~ (NH Humanities) Registration Required @ 6:30 PM on 10/24/2019

On first impression, the witchcraft trials of the Colonial era may seem to have been nothing but a free-for-all, fraught with hysterics. Margo Burns explores an array of prosecutions in seventeenth century New England, using facsimiles of primary source manuscripts, from first formal complaints to arrest warrants, indictments of formal charges to death warrants,...
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Learn to play Mahjong ~ (Registration Required) 1:00 – 3:00 on 10/7, 10/15 and 10/21/2019

Learn to play Mahjong ~ (Registration Required) 1:00 – 3:00 on 10/7, 10/15 and 10/21/2019

Have you ever thought?  Wow Mahjong looks like a really fun and interesting game but how would I ever learn it? Now is your chance.  Beginner classes will be offered in October.  In order to fully understand the game we ask that you attend all three sessions: Monday, October 7, 1:00 to 4:30 pm...
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The Savvy Caregiver Program ~ Registration Required ~ Starting at 1:00 on 9/12/2019

The Savvy Caregiver Program ~ Registration Required ~ Starting at 1:00 on 9/12/2019

The Savvy Caregiver program is a 6 week training program for caregivers who care for someone with Alzheimer’s or Related Dementias. The program is facilitated by trained Practitioner. It is based on the notion that family members who become caregivers need to be trained to assume a new role- caregiving- for which they are...
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Hidden History of the NH Seacost ~ Atkinson Historical Society (Registration Requested) @ 6:30 PM on Thursday 9/19/2019

Hidden History of the NH Seacost ~ Atkinson Historical Society (Registration Requested) @ 6:30 PM on Thursday 9/19/2019

Terry Nelson was an educator for forty years. His last position before retiring was as an assistant principal for Southside Middle School in Manchester—the home of the Spartans. He is a member of the Manchester Historical Association; Woodman Museum, Dover, New Hampshire; New Hampshire Archeological Society; and the Council for British Archaeology. He and...
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Community Band Concert ~ Cookout ~ Ice Cream Social – Thursday, 8/15/2019

Community Band Concert ~ Cookout ~ Ice Cream Social – Thursday, 8/15/2019

The Timberlane Community Band is a volunteer 50-piece adult concert band. They perform at various indoor and outdoor venues in the greater area. Samples of the their repertoire include ‘The Star Spangled Banner,” ‘American Fanfare,” ‘American Flourish,” ‘Armed Forces,” ‘Gershwin Tribute to Love,” ‘Grease,” ‘Liberty Bell,” ‘Medal of Valor,” ‘Pinball Wizard,” ‘Star Wars,” and...
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Unlaunch’d Voices: An Evening with Walt Whitman ~ NH Humanities and Atkinson Historical Society ~ (Registration Requested) at 6:30 on Thursday 6/20/2019

Unlaunch’d Voices: An Evening with Walt Whitman ~ NH Humanities and Atkinson Historical Society ~ (Registration Requested) at 6:30 on Thursday 6/20/2019

This program opens with the elderly Whitman on the evening of his seventieth birthday. The audience is a visitor in his room as he prepares for his birthday celebration. Whitman begins to reminisce during the telling. He transforms into his young vibrant self and we begin to trace back with him the experiences that...
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Global Banjar: International Voices in Antebellum Banjo Music ~ New Hampshire Humanities (Registration Requested) @ 6:30 on Thursday 5/30/2019

Global Banjar: International Voices in Antebellum Banjo Music ~ New Hampshire Humanities (Registration Requested) @ 6:30 on Thursday 5/30/2019

The Hardtacks (Marek Bennett and Woody Pringle) deliver an engaging overview of global politics prior to the American Civil War through the lens of early banjo music. Between 1820 and 1860, the banjo transformed from a slave instrument found only on Southern plantations to an international pop phenomenon: songs and playing techniques carried far...
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