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Kennett High Hosts Forum on Local McCarthy Era Story

Albany, NH –  On April 3, at Kennett High School in North Conway, the World Fellowship Center (WFC) will present a panel discussion entitled “More Than Just Ourselves: Willard Uphaus, Louis Wyman, and Civil Liberties in the McCarthy Era.” 402 more words

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"Why Waldorf Works" Discussion at Jackson Library

The White Mountain Waldorf School faculty, staff, and parents invite you to join a discussion about the many benefits of a Waldorf Education. The “Why Waldorf Works” discussion  provides a detailed conversation behind the successes of children in Waldorf education systems and how a Waldorf education positively impacts families and communities in addition to the student. 225 more words

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Thursday Night Book Club at White Birch Books

White Birch Books in North Conway welcomes reading enthusiasts on Thursday, March 23 at 7pm. This month’s reading selection is Everybody’s Fool by Richard Russo. 345 more words

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Investor Education

The Cleveland Chapter will be planning several local Investor Education seminars for 2017.  Please sign up for Chapter announcements to be notified of future events. 174 more words

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Measure Your Success: Free Email Marketing Analytics Workshop

The last workshop in a series of workshops by Joanne Randall, co-founder of Sprout For Business, is rescheduled for Thursday, March 30th from 9:00-11:00am at the Technology Village in Conway, New Hampshire. 267 more words

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Operation Owl Prowl: Success!

We recently hosted our first Owl Prowl for the season at the Old Ranch. We had a very enthusiastic group of 27 (mostly first time) owlers. 103 more words

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Storybook Character Breakfasts to Benefit Believe in Books Literacy Foundation

Visit the Theater in the Wood throughout the months of February, March, and April to meet some of your favorite Storybook Characters for a cause! Starting at 10 am, enjoy a tasty pancake breakfast with the Believe in Books Foundation’s very own 100 Acre Wood Maple Syrup. 178 more words

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