Virtual Easter Scavenger Hunt
Come join DACC on Zoom as we host a virtual Easter egg scavenger hunt on April 9th. RSVP by April 9th at noon here: https//tinyurl.com/dacc-easter’
Dartmouth Alliance for Children of Color
Want to stay in the loop about playdates and mentorship opportunities for children of color in the Upper Valley? Sign up for the listserv at tinyurl.com/dacc-listserv
4/9 - Virtual East Scavenger Hunt
4/16 - Game Day
4/23 - Earth Day Celebration
4/30 - Magic Show
5/7 - Science Experiment
5/14 - Reading Day
5/21 - Jewelry Workshop
5/28 - Memorial Day Appreciation
6/4 - Self Care Day
Howe Library Vacation Week Programs
April 10 Pop-up Library in the Children’s Garden 10-4PM Stock up for vacation week! Bring your library card.
April 13 Design and Make Pet Toys 5-6PM Click on link for more information
April 14 Science Comics with Jason Viola 7-8PM Click on link for more information
April 15 Great Howe Pet Baking Show 5-6PM Click on the link for more information
Call 640-3268 if you have any questions!
Although the Etna Library building is closed to the public, we continue to provide books, audiobooks and dvd's through item pick-up on our porch. If you would like us to reserve an item for you, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 603-643-3116. We will also pack bags of books for families if you tell us the ages of your children and their interests. For information about online storytime for preschool and primary grade children, e-mail email@example.com. Upcoming adult and children's programs are listed on the Howe Library calendar (https://www.thehowe.org/events.php/pid/3/sid/55/tid/141) and on the Etna Library webpage (https://www.hanovernh.org/etna-library/pages/programs-events).
ESL Adult Conversation Hour at Howe Library
"Join us by Zoom for the Howe Library's ESL Adult Conversation Hour. This is a relaxed, informal time to practice your English. All are welcome! We will be meeting on Monday afternoons at 1:00. Email Jared Jenisch at firstname.lastname@example.org for the Zoom invitation or more information."
New Classes Enrolling Now!
AVA Gallery and Art Center’s Spring Afterschool and Camp Schedules
AVA Gallery and Art Center seeks to foster support and appreciation for visual artists
and their work. Our educational programs serve as a solid foundation to nurture
future artists and to cultivate an enthusiastic audience. We have a spring schedule of
after school classes for students ages six to thirteen. We also offer two, week-long
vacation art camps for elementary schools. The first begins on Saturday, April 10th.
This camp offers classes in-person, online, and in a hybrid of the two. For students
whose April vacation begins on the 17th, we are offering four, one-hour online classes
that run throughout the week. Students from those schools can access these classes
from home or their favorite vacation spot via ZOOM.
For more information or to register for classes and camps, go to www.avagallery.org online.
Click on the “education” button, then “youth camps and classes”.
Cedar Circle Farm Summer Camps
Monday–Friday, 9 AM to 4 PM
June 28–September 3, 2021
Info and registration here: https://cedarcirclefarm.org/education/summer-day-camp
Curiosity and wonder are all around us during our week-long summer camps! Our highly qualified educators believe that students are the most engaged and learn best when their inquisitiveness and hands-on experiences are encouraged and empowered. Explorations through the forest, adventures along the riverbank, and games between the strawberry fields will cultivate a true appreciation for our ecosystems here in the Upper Valley, as well as the farm-fresh food and the community connections available within this unique setting.
Experienced staff facilitate campers ages 6-11 through activities and learning opportunities in groups of no more than ten. In addition to daily farm chores, games, and sensory-based explorations, campers have opportunities throughout the week to choose their own activities.
Some of these activities may include:
baking a sweet treat for the whole farm
creating and painting garden signs
harvesting fruits or veggies from our fields for a snack
collecting and identifying insects who live on the farm
learning about the food chain while playing a camp-wide game of tag
working in teams to complete a scavenger hunt
tracking the wildlife that visits the farm
Safety, fun, and community building are at the foundation of our education programs. Our program is designed to instill a strong sense of stewardship and belonging among our campers, the environment, and one another.
$315 PER WEEK*
Week 1: June 28–July 2
Week 2: July 5–9
Week 3: July 12–16
Week 4: July 19–23
Week 5: July 26–30
Week 6: August 2–6
Week 7: August 9–13
Week 8: August 16–20
Week 9: August 23–27
Week 10: August 30–September 3
If you are having difficulty paying for camp registration, we have some financial assistance available. Please contact email@example.com for an application.
*Visit our FAQ page for more information about the program, discounts, camp policies, etc.
Still have questions? Email Meredith, our Education Programs Manager, or call (802) 785-4737.