August 2017

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Exhibit invites kids to discover how everyday decisions impact water locally and globally

The Water's Extreme Journey Maze will be on exhibit from September 16 through January 15, 2018

New Hampshire solar eclipse events

The Granite State won't see a total solar eclipse on Monday, August 21, 2017, but the sun is expected to be about 62 percent covered during peak eclipse around 2:43 p.m.

Mini Maker Faire is a gathering of fascinating, curious people

The Dover Mini Maker Faire will feature over 65 local Makers offering workshops and hands-on activities, over a dozen food vendors, live entertainment and lots of robots.

Ideas for one last summer getaway

Before the lazy days slip away, get your fill of family fun

Lessons in citizenship

Why civics education is important and a look at how civics is being taught in NH classrooms

What to do with all of that zucchini

Recipes to help use your bounty of zucchini include: Grilled Zucchini and Tomatoes, Chocolate Zucchini Cake and Zucchini Pancakes

Young Writers Essay Contest 2017

Congratulations to this year's Young Writer's Essay Contest winners: Lily Coady, Sophie Dandawa, Jonathan Camire and Madelyne Cyr

Bedford student is a winner at U.S. Invention Convention

The Kazi is a wearable kids’ wristband that allows them to earn screen time through tracked physical activity.

Deconstructing democracy

NH is moving full STEAM ahead

Out-of-school programs that have adopted the STEAM curriculum complement the classroom experience

More family time, better bottom line?

Some NH businesses are embracing progressive family leave policies

Attention issues vs. anxiety and depression

An inability to focus is not necessarily ADD/ADHD

Welcome to Bizarro World

When I’m the Dope on Board, no one escapes unscathed

Gearing up for the school year in the middle of the summer

A smooth transition to the new school year starts weeks before summer ends
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