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How to take a great family holiday photo
The YMCA is holding a holiday photography workshop Nov. 9, 23, and Dec. 7.
Family Matters: Exploring the daily challenges of New Hampshire families
The University of New Hampshire at Manchester is offering a free lecture and film series titled “Family Matters.” The series will explore the challenges NH families face as they negotiate the realities of everyday life.
Live patriotic music for children on Veterans Day
Veterans Day visitors at the Children’s Museum of NH will be treated to patriotic music and an indoor parade.
The Palace Theatre Kicks of the 2013-14 Palace Youth Theatre season with Willie Wonka
The PYT production of Willie Wonka has two casts made up of 75 local youth, performing Oct. 16, 17, 24 and 25, at 7 p.m.
Children’s Museum hosts NHSPCA Animal Care Class for Kids
As part of a new partnership, the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire will be hosting a 4-week class, Caring for Small Animals, taught by humane educators from the New Hampshire SPCA
The Palace Theatre holds youth auditions for A Christmas Carol
The show runs from Dec. 5 to 22, and each week there will be a different cast of children.
'Thanks for Giving' fundraiser underway
T-BONES Great American Eatery and Cactus Jack’s promotion will raise funds for the Boys & Girls Clubs in NH through Nov. 17.
Register to attend the NH Conference for Women
Good Morning America's Tory Johnson will speak at 4th annual NH Conference for Women on Nov. 8 in Manchester.
Free cancer screenings offered at Families First
Families First Health and Support Center is offering free breast and cervical cancer screenings for eligible women Oct. 23.
New England Bollywood Festival returns
Classic tributes and modern film from Bollywood will be screened in New Hampshire as the state's only Bollywood Film Festival kicks off four hours of melodrama, action, comedy, and of course, dance.
Waterville Valley Witch Festival to thrill and startle Halloween weekend
Taking an unexpected internship landed me my first job
I surprised myself by choosing to do an internship at an unexpected place, and I learned a lot
By Matthew Guruge
Going to college: The first-year experience
Schools have programs to help students feel more at home in a new surroundings
By Kathleen Williams
Many high paying jobs do not require a college degree
Career schools offer some real options
What if I’m not ready for college?
Several programs offer young adults the opportunity to learn more about careers and themselves
By Rob Levey
Halloween safety tips
Here are some Halloween and trick-or-treating safety tips for your family
Best Buddies New Hampshire to host masquerade gala
The Nov. 2 event marks the final push to open New Hampshire office
Tips for saving money on your Halloween shopping
Looking for the perfect Halloween costume for your child? Make sure you check out these tips and save some money!
By Scott Fitterman of CouponCactus.com
Citizens Bank Foundation underwrites Children’s Museum 'Dollar Deal Nights'
Families can enjoy special evening visits to the Children’s Museum of NH for just $1 per person
Spooky, unique, and cool Halloween costumes (in your budget!)
Halloween costumes don’t have to cost a bundle
By Julia K. Agresto
New Hampshire attractions for newcomers
New to NH or know someone who is? Here's a fun NH 101 family road trip itinerary
By Jacqueline Tourville
Have you had your child’s cholesterol checked?
Screening is now recommended for all children ages 2-11
By Susan E. Lynch, MD
Help your college student manage their finances
Here’s a few tips to help ease the transition to living on their own
By Wendy E.N. Thomas
The technology Catch-22
New tools create learning opportunities, but we can’t lose sight of what is outlined in the IEP
By Elizabeth Feingold
You know you have become your parents when…
You break down and ask your child to help you with the computer
By Bill Burke
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