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Tuesday Topics

Presenting panel discussions and presentations by local experts on a variety of topics.

Current Programs

Apr
13
Tue
Tuesday Topics Series
Apr 13 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Tuesday Topics

Monthly panel discussions and presentations by local experts on a variety of topics.

SCHEDULE

March 2 – Grandparenting Without Guilt

Are you a custodial grandparent or heavily active in the day-to-day care of your grandchild or grandchildren? Do you feel guilt or pressure about your help and involvement from your grandchildren’s parents?

Please join The River Center’s Kinship Navigator, Mandy Carter, and NH Children’s Trust Fund’s Family Support Specialist for Kinship Navigation, Diane Yeo, for an evening conversation on how to manage the challenges of parenting grandchildren and dealing with loss, expectation, and all the joys and struggles of this beautiful bond.

April 13 – Let’s Get Outside

After a long winter of social distancing and social isolation our minds are drifting to the renewed energy of spring’s longer days, warmer temperatures, snow melt and reemerging nature.

Please join Community Program director and Naturalist, Susie Spikol, from The Harris Center for a community conversation on getting your family up, motivated and outside to explore and discover the gifts or our amazing region, its trails, ponds, flora and fauna.

May 4 – Talking To Your Kids About Substance Use

Clinicians from Monadnock Family Services and Reality Check will be on hand to discuss and give guidance on talking to your kids about substance use; when to start the conversation, what signs to look for, how to bring the conversation up and how to continue to build connection.

June 1 – Healthy Eating Tips and Tricks

Learn tips and trick on how to get your kids, young and old, to make healthy food choices, enjoy a variety of different colors and textures, and have fun with food. With Emily Dexter .

When registering, choose the date(s) that you wish to attend.

May
4
Tue
Tuesday Topics Series
May 4 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Tuesday Topics

Monthly panel discussions and presentations by local experts on a variety of topics.

SCHEDULE

March 2 – Grandparenting Without Guilt

Are you a custodial grandparent or heavily active in the day-to-day care of your grandchild or grandchildren? Do you feel guilt or pressure about your help and involvement from your grandchildren’s parents?

Please join The River Center’s Kinship Navigator, Mandy Carter, and NH Children’s Trust Fund’s Family Support Specialist for Kinship Navigation, Diane Yeo, for an evening conversation on how to manage the challenges of parenting grandchildren and dealing with loss, expectation, and all the joys and struggles of this beautiful bond.

April 13 – Let’s Get Outside

After a long winter of social distancing and social isolation our minds are drifting to the renewed energy of spring’s longer days, warmer temperatures, snow melt and reemerging nature.

Please join Community Program director and Naturalist, Susie Spikol, from The Harris Center for a community conversation on getting your family up, motivated and outside to explore and discover the gifts or our amazing region, its trails, ponds, flora and fauna.

May 4 – Talking To Your Kids About Substance Use

Clinicians from Monadnock Family Services and Reality Check will be on hand to discuss and give guidance on talking to your kids about substance use; when to start the conversation, what signs to look for, how to bring the conversation up and how to continue to build connection.

June 1 – Healthy Eating Tips and Tricks

Learn tips and trick on how to get your kids, young and old, to make healthy food choices, enjoy a variety of different colors and textures, and have fun with food. With Emily Dexter .

When registering, choose the date(s) that you wish to attend.

Jun
1
Tue
Tuesday Topics Series
Jun 1 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Tuesday Topics

Monthly panel discussions and presentations by local experts on a variety of topics.

SCHEDULE

March 2 – Grandparenting Without Guilt

Are you a custodial grandparent or heavily active in the day-to-day care of your grandchild or grandchildren? Do you feel guilt or pressure about your help and involvement from your grandchildren’s parents?

Please join The River Center’s Kinship Navigator, Mandy Carter, and NH Children’s Trust Fund’s Family Support Specialist for Kinship Navigation, Diane Yeo, for an evening conversation on how to manage the challenges of parenting grandchildren and dealing with loss, expectation, and all the joys and struggles of this beautiful bond.

April 13 – Let’s Get Outside

After a long winter of social distancing and social isolation our minds are drifting to the renewed energy of spring’s longer days, warmer temperatures, snow melt and reemerging nature.

Please join Community Program director and Naturalist, Susie Spikol, from The Harris Center for a community conversation on getting your family up, motivated and outside to explore and discover the gifts or our amazing region, its trails, ponds, flora and fauna.

May 4 – Talking To Your Kids About Substance Use

Clinicians from Monadnock Family Services and Reality Check will be on hand to discuss and give guidance on talking to your kids about substance use; when to start the conversation, what signs to look for, how to bring the conversation up and how to continue to build connection.

June 1 – Healthy Eating Tips and Tricks

Learn tips and trick on how to get your kids, young and old, to make healthy food choices, enjoy a variety of different colors and textures, and have fun with food. With Emily Dexter .

When registering, choose the date(s) that you wish to attend.

 

Greater Peterborough Chamber of Commerce 2017 Not-For-Profit of the Year Winner

Designated by the New Hampshire Wellness and Primary Prevention Council as a Family Resource Center of Quality

Th Monadnock United Way     SaveYourRefund Champion of the Year      New Hampshire Charitable Foundation

 

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