January 25, 10:30am-4:30pm
Enjoy a full day of activities for learners of all ages, covering topics from stars to planets, comets to meteorites.
Igloo Build and the Science of Winter
February 15, 10:30am-2:00pm
Build and igloo, explore our trails on snowshoes, and investigate ice science.
Ford Sayre Ski Jumping Nights
Who: Beginners, Boys and Girls, Grades K through 6 (or older if you dare!)
When: Monday & Wednesday Nights Starting mid-January
Time: 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Where: Oak Hill Ski Jumps above Storr’s Pond in Hanover
Cost: Show up at any practice. Your first night is free. Kids bring their own alpine skis, boots and helmet to begin. Our club has a large inventory of ski jumping equipment for enthusiastic kids who join the program.
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! Young Skiers will learn what Ski Jumping is all about and practice their new skills on our two foot high “Bunny Hill”! If skiers enjoy their intro night they’ll have the opportunity to join our club, training and fun tournaments throughout the ski season.
For more information, please visit http://www.fordsayre.org/nordic/ski-jumping.
Attention 3rd graders!!!
All 3rd graders are eligible for an UNLIMITED SEASON PASS for only $45 at Whaleback Mountain (includes Freedom Pass, Killington, and Ragged Mtn benefits)!
Freestyle, Freeride, Snowboard Programs
Whaleback Core Team is a freestyle, all-mountain ski and snowboard youth development and competition club. Ages 5 and up! Early registration and multiple child discounts! http://www.whalebackcoreteam.com/ for registration and information.
Legos at the Library
Thursdays 3:30-5 for ages 4 and up
The Family & Friends Support Group
A support group for the supporters: If you are trying your best to support a friend, family member or neighbor who is struggling with substance use or who is in recovery - join us! Group meets every other Wednesday 6:30pm - 8pm at Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital in conference room. Being there for someone who is struggling with substance use or who is navigating recovery can be stressful, painful and confusing. As people who are in recovery, we understand the complexities of substance abuse and can help guide you on how best to support your family member, friend or neighbor. We offer a unique perspective from first-hand experience. Through sharing our personal stories of failure and success, we believe we can inspire hope while providing and honest and insightful perspective. For more information, contact: Cameron Ford, Executive Director - Headrest at 603-448-4872 ext 102 or firstname.lastname@example.org