LACONIA — Jump N Joy at 477 Province Road will be hosting a Vendor Fair on Jan. 23-24 from 5-8 p.m. both days which will feature over 14 local vendors and crafters.
Each vendor has donated an item that will be raffled at at the event with all the proceeds donated to the Child Advocacy Center. Snacks and coupons will be available for attendees. There is a small fee to the vendors but that includes tables, snacks and advertisement.
$2 from each full price admission on Thursday and Friday will be collected to give to this charity as well.
Jump N Joy has started a "charity of the month" at Jump N Joy and gave a check to the Faith, Hope and Love Foundation from the month of November.
Last Updated on Thursday, 16 January 2014 10:31
GILFORD — The Gilford Public Library will host a special program for parents looking to become more involved in their children's education and homework routines on Thursday, January 21 at 10:30 a.m.
M.L. Nichols, the director of a parent education non-profit and mother of two, will offer suggestions and provide tools to help build parent-teacher connections, avoid homework meltdowns, and become a more active part of a child's learning process. This program is free and open to all.
Last Updated on Thursday, 16 January 2014 10:16
The Tilton Sports Center is currently gearing up for their second indoor session for Soccer, Field Hockey, and Lacrosse. Players from across the region have been enjoying indoor soccer since late October. In the next session we will expand our available sports to include Field Hockey and Lacrosse in addition to our already popular Soccer Leagues.
Individual player and teams of all ability levels are welcome to participate. The session will run for 12 weeks from January 18, 2014 through April 11, 2014. There is typically one hour-long game per week either on the weekends or late afternoon/evenings on weeknights. Field Hockey players can play on teams from 3rd Grade thru 12th Grade. Soccer players from age 6 through adults are welcome to join a team. Lacrosse players ages 8 to18 are welcome to join a team.
Last Updated on Thursday, 16 January 2014 10:05
LACONIA — Karel Hayes, author/illustrator of 12 children's books, visited with the four preschool classes at Laconia Head Start and Community Childcare on Wednesday, December 11.
She arrived at 9:15 and went to each classroom, where the children had made multicolored garlands and gold stars to decorate their classrooms. This idea was inspired by Ms. Hayes' book Winter Visitors , which the children had read with their teachers. Ms. Hayes set up in one classroom and the children came in one class at a time - where she read Snowflake Comes to Stay, which she wrote and illustrated, and Who's Been Here? written by Fran Hogkins and illustrated by Ms. Hayes. She also talked to them about the book they had read, Winter Visitors, and demonstrated how she begins her illustrations.
When their time with Ms. Hayes was over, and the next class arrived, the children moved to the adjacent classroom for hot chocolate and cookies, which was almost as much fun as visiting with a real author. Ms. Hayes joined the last group of children for a snack, before heading on her way.
Last Updated on Thursday, 16 January 2014 10:03
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