Game Day in Spanish
On Saturday, March 16 at 3:00 at the Etna Library, Ray School Teacher Señora Holman will present ¡A jugar! Game Day in Spanish. We will have fun and practice Spanish at the same time. This program is for children 3 years old through 2nd grade, whether or not they know any Spanish. Parents, grandparents and siblings are welcome. For more information, call 643-3116 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
19th Hole Party: Saturday, March 16, 7:00pm - 10:00pm. Enjoy a unique evening out. $60 includes 18 holes of indoor mini-golf, tasty hors d’oeuvres, a selection of wines and beer, live music, fabulous door prizes. (And don't forget about the pj party for the kids, so they can enjoy a night out too!)
The Howel Classic mini-golf event: Sunday, March 17, 11:00am-4:00pm. The 18-hole course opens for kids of all ages. Admission includes pizza, burritos, and treats too! For more info go to: www.thehowe.org/howelclassic
Spring Robotics and Programming
http://www.stemrobotix.com After school robotics groups (4/2/19 - 6/13/19) for students in Grades 3 - 8 are forming. Robotics, electronics (arduino) and programming (Python) groups. Please visit the website for more details and/or to register. Open House on Tuesday March 19th.
Positive Parenting Workshop
On Tuesday, March 26th at Plainfield Elementary School, Rick Stockwell will present a discussion focused on helping parents raise children who become healthy, happy, responsible, respectful, and independent students and adults. Rick is a retired elementary school counselor with 38 years experience working with children and parents. Topics include self-esteem, positive discipline, motivation, and communication. DINNER PROVIDED from 5:30-6:00pm and discussion from 6:00-7:00pm. RSVP to Sara Wilmot at email@example.com. Childcare is available and donations are appreciated.
Etna-Hanover Center Community Talent Show
Saturday March 30 from 7-8:30 PM in Trumbull Hall. Consider sharing your talents! You can email Marjorie Rose for more info: Marjorie.firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration for the spring season is now open to students in Grades 2 through 8 (born before May 1, 2011). To register, visit http://
Lacrosse is back for all ages this spring! A team focused, action-packed sport, lacrosse is one of the fastest growing youth sports in the country! Hanover Rec Department has recruited great coaches this year to teach all levels. No experience required! Check out both girls and boys K-6 sign ups via the Hanover Recreation Department Website: http://hanoverrec.com/info/
AVA Gallery and Art Center Spring and Summer Art Camps
The spring session will run the week of April 15th through the 19th and the summer camps begin June 24th and run every week throughout the summer. There are over thirty-six different visual arts learning opportunities for children ages six to twelve. We have a great staff of caring and enthusiastic artist educators to teach at these camps. I have attached a full list of our offerings for you to download and give to any students that you think would benefit from the experience. Please help us spread the word! Registration and more detailed camp information is available on our website, www.avagallery.org.
Dartmouth Elite Soccer Camps
April 15th - 19th The emphasis of the Spring Break Camp will be on developing skills fundamental to the game of soccer in a fun and stimulating environment. Sign up today at elitesoccercampinc.com
Dartmouth College Soccer Summer Camp
Dartmouth College soccer is hosting a coed children’s soccer camp for ages K through 12. The camp will be staffed by Dartmouth College Soccer coaches and players and is aimed at providing a fun environment for children of all ages and levels. For further info visit the following website or contact coach Stewart Flaherty at 603-646-0321;
Hanover’s 2nd Annual Energy Forum
Achieving 100% Renewable Energy: Let’s Make it Happen! Wednesday, April 24, 6:00 – 8:00PM in the Hanover High School Auditorium. Save the date to join friends and neighbors as we celebrate the 2nd anniversary of Hanover’s historic vote to transition to 100% renewable energy by 2030 for electricity and by 2050 for transportation and heating. Come to learn what’s happening. Pick up new ideas to make your energy profile leaner and greener. Poster Exhibit will showcase eco-friendly, cost saving energy projects that have been done by Hanover residents, businesses and nonprofits. Share your ideas with exhibitors and others. Talk with folks who have installed solar, installed heat pumps and weatherized their homes. Check out what’s happening in your neighborhood. Meet the Community Solar Team to see if you can help launch a community solar project in Hanover. Speakers will report on Sustainable Hanover Energy Subcommittee, Town and Dartmouth accomplishments since last year’s forum, preview 2019 -20 initiatives (including a plan for a new purchasing group for residents and small businesses to obtain their electricity from 100% renewables sources), and answer your questions. Come early for a free LED light bulb from the Liberty Utilities (while supply lasts).