View New Theatre Before it Goes to Stage
Northern Stage is kicking off the New Year with our 7th Annual New Works Now Festival which is comprised of three staged readings of new plays Friday, January 10th - Saturday, January 11th. All the readings are followed by a talkback with the playwrights. The feedback that the playwrights receive from our audiences is integral to the growth and development of their plays. Several of the plays that have been workshopped at New Works Now have grown to be produced on our main stage, and some have even transferred to New York City. It’s a great opportunity to see and to foster, new additions to the American Theater.
The readings are free but are ticketed, so please call our box office to reserve seats.
For more information about each play and to view the schedule, visit HERE.
Vision of our Children’s Future
Our Physicians for Human Rights Chapter at Geisel School of Medicine is hosting our 8th annual Human Rights Symposium this weekend, January 10th and 11th, in the Life Science Center at Dartmouth. A 20/20 Vision for our Children's Future is a conference on children's rights. The event is open to the public and free, though we are accepting new book donations for the Children's Literacy foundation.
Many Upper Valley organizations will be present, sharing their incredible work and connecting with attendees interested in getting involved. For more information click here. More information, the program & online registration at https://geiselphr.wixsite.com/
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Join the Parent Book Club
Join us for a Dresden School District Parent Book Group to discuss Anxious Kids, Anxious Parents This practical, step-by-step guide teaches families how to support children and teens in overcoming anxiety and avoidance. More information here.
After School Robotics Opportunity
After school robotics groups (1/7/20 - 3/20/20) for students in Grades 3 - 8 are forming including electronics (arduino) and coding (Scratch & Python) Please visit the website for more details and/or to register. Open House on Thursday, December 5th. Information at: http://www.stemrobotix.com
Yoga For Teens
Learn the skills of yoga and meditation in a no-pressure environment that allows your teen to discover the benefits of the practice for body and mind. Great for off-season athletes as well!
Where: Hanover Yoga, 68 Lyme Road, Hanover. When: Tuesdays, 2:30-4:45, Jan. 14 - Feb. 4. $52 for 4 classes (classes must have 5 students). Open to teens, ages 12-19. For more information please contact Theresa Mundy, email@example.com.
Fun at the Howe Library
Dungeons and Dragons Open House
Writing Workshop with Jo Knowles
Sunday, January 19 2:00-4:00PM
Let's Talk About It: Using Dialogue to Build Character
Monday, January 27
Ford Sayre Ski program
Whaleback Wednesday's are Back!