MEREDITH — Would-be homeowners can learn everything they need to know about home purchase in a full-day seminar offered by the Laconia Area Community Land Trust (LACLT), a HUD-approved housing counseling agency.
The seminar, set for Saturday, October 19 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Seneca Ladd Building, is sponsored by Meredith Village Savings Bank.
So far, 285 first-time homebuyers have graduated from LACLT's program, representing $42.4 million in local home purchases.
This month's seminar takes place Saturday, October 19 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Seneca Ladd Building, 255 Daniel Webster Highway in Meredith.
The First-time Homebuyer Seminar is free and open to the public; advance registration is required. Continental breakfast, lunch and refreshments will be provided.
Laconia Area Community Land Trust, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, is a member of NeighborWorks America, and is supported in part by membership donations and the Granite United Way. Its mission is to assist low and moderate income families achieve economic self-sufficiency through the development of permanently affordable housing opportunities and associated support programs. For more information about LACLT and its programs, call 524-0747, or visit www.laclt.org.
Last Updated on Thursday, 10 October 2013 10:21
PLYMOUTH — On Tuesday, October 15 at 6pm, Biederman's Deli and Pub will be hosting the first Science Brew Café in partnership with Plymouth State University's Center for the Environment and Environmental Science and Policy Department.
Science Cafés are unique. They are designed for people to learn about science and meet scientists in a comfortable, community setting. Eveyone is invited to come grab some food and a drink and be ready to learn and ask questions in a casual setting. Researchers will speak briefly about their work and the majority of time will be a conversation between the audience and the scientist.
The topic on tap for the first Science Café is "Sensing New Hampshire's Streams and Rivers." Mark Green, Ashley Hyde, and Errin Volitis from Plymouth State University will provide an overview of their work studying rivers and streams in New Hampshire. Clear mountain streams flowing from the White Mountains and powerful industrial rivers are hallmarks of New Hampshire's rich natural beauty and cultural heritage. While our waters are of exceptional quality in most cases, there are still water quality and quantity issues. Water sensors have recently been deployed in streams and rivers across New Hampshire (including several in the local area) to better understand water quantity and quality.
This effort, which draws on community volunteer monitors, has been active for one year. The conversation will focus on what is being observed and learned, and how it may help water resources management in the region. The conversation can focus on water resources in central New Hampshire as well as resources across the State and in the region.
Food and drink can be ordered from the menu, admission is free.
The state currently has ongoing Cafés in Portsmouth, Nashua, and Lebanon.
Support for this event is also being provided by NHEPSCoR and the National Science Foundation.
Last Updated on Thursday, 10 October 2013 10:17
MOULTONBOROUGH — Moultonborough Academy's Project Safeguard: The Next Step, is a daylong event for 10th grade students and their parents that will take place on Thursday, October 17 at Church Landing in Meredith.
The Next Step is the second phase of the family based preventative education program, Project Safeguard, that starts in 7th grade and continues in 10th grade. The program addresses substance abuse and health related issues.
Last Updated on Thursday, 10 October 2013 10:15
GILFORD — On Saturday, October 26 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. the Fire and EMS professionals of Gilford will host an open house providing an interactive day of fire prevention, station tours and games for the kids as well as a free pizza lunch for everyone to enjoy.
Last Updated on Thursday, 10 October 2013 10:12