Knitters meet monthly to review works, patterns and methods of knitting.
Ham Community Room
Make a dish to share that represents your culture or tradition, and enjoy learning about community neighbors. If you would like to do a "show and tell" representing your culture or nationality, please do! Screen and projector available for brief slide shows, etc. Call 447-5552 for more information.
Animals make sounds for a variety of reasons – to attract a mate, to defend their territory, to capture prey, or even to escape predators. Join a Squam Lakes Natural Science Center naturalist and three live animals native to New Hampshire to hear their sounds and discover the reasons behind them.
This program occurs during a teacher workshop day. Caregivers and children are encouraged to attend!
Dixie Lea leads children and their caregivers through fun stretches, poses and activities for wellness and fun! FREE following story time.
American Health Care presentation and discussion by Jerry Knirk.
McaKaella is setting up for Saturday
Pinetree kindergartners will search for gingerbread man and listen to a story read by a librarian.
The social inclusion approach is a way of combating the problem of isolation that is, sadly, a growing part of the experience of most children today. Developed over 24 years with children from almost every continent, this approach gives practical playground, classroom and home based tools to work with social exclusion issues. This community lecture is designed for parents, educators and anyone who works with children.
Suggested $20 per person donation.
Viewing DVD of 60th birthday party