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Tuesday, January 24th Events

Little Einstein's Club

Time: 3:30 PM-5:00 PM
Place: Antrim Elementary School, Antrim, NH
Price: $10
Ages: Grades 3-5

Children in grades 3 to 5, come to the Antrim Elementary School Gymnasium to join naturalist Jenn Sutton as she experiments with solar energy, tornados, and goo! Conduct safe science experiments of your own with items found around the house. Satisfy the curiosity of the mind by participating in and understanding hands-on experiments including soap explosions, solar cooking, and tornado tube racing. Be ready to be amazed! Please sign up soon, as space is limited. Call Sara LeFebvre 525-3394, or email her at Sponsored by the Harris Center and the Antrim Recreation Department. See additional program on January 31st.

Author Visit: Brett Markham -Mini Farming 

Time: 7:00 PM-8:00 PM
Place: Ingalls Memorial Library, Rindge, NH (about 20 miles from Keene)
Price: Free
Ages: Older crowd

At the Ingalls Memorial Library Brett Markham, from New Ipswich, will share with us his book on Mini Farming: self sufficiency on 1/4 acre. He will visit us on Tuesday evening January 24th at 7 PM where he will speak for half an hour, entertain questions  and end with signing copies of his book. We will have some copies of his book available for purchase. His book deals with many subjects that all relate to gardening and keeping chickens. Come with your questions on soil composition, composting, watering, pests and disease, chickens and selling produce. This author visit is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.

Duck For President

Time: 10:00 AM-11:00 AM
Place: Lebanon Opera House, 51 North Park St., Lebanon, NH (about 64 miles from Keene)
Price: $5 child/$10 adult
Ages: Recommended for K-4 grade

An all-new musical revue featuring mini-musicals based on best-selling children’s books.
Duck for President – When a politically ambitious Duck is elected as the leader of the farm, and then as the governor of the state, voters across the nation wonder: can Duck bring a new bill to Capitol Hill?

Fancy Nancy – Nancy just doesn’t understand why she’s the only one who appreciates the value of frilly accessories and a prodigious vocabulary. It’s time to teach her family how to be fancy!

Babymouse: The Musical – Curtain up, light the lights! Will the irresistible, irrepressible Babymouse win the lead in the school musical, or will Felicia Furrypaws steal the show?
I Have to Go! – It’s time for a car trip! Andrew insists that he doesn’t need to use the restroom first, but one he’s zipped, snapped, buttoned and buckled in the backseat, he hears the call of nature.

Leonardo, The Terrible Monster – Though he isn’t big, Leonardo just knows he can frighten the biggest scaredy-cat in school! But maybe it’s better to be a wonderful friend rather than a terrible monster.

Pirates Don’t Change Diapers – When Jeremy Jacob’s old seafaring mateys show up to claim a buried treasure, they wake up his caterwaulin’ little sister and must go on babysitting patrol — or walk the plank!

Wii Games

Time: 9:00 AM-10:30 PM
Place: Peterborough Community Center, 19 Elm St., Peterborough, NH (about 19 miles from Keene)
Price: $3 residents/$4 non-residents
Ages: All

Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9-10:30 a.m., beginning Jan. 17. Realistic sporting, gaming and fitness activities.

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