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Category Archives: education
Week-end Activities February 10-12 2012
Here are some activities for you to enjoy this week-end: My pick of the week-end: Winter Symposium ‘Life and Death in the Piscataqua Region Sponsored by the Moffatt-Ladd House & Garden Saturday, Feb. 11 10 a.m. to 3 a.m. Contact: … Continue reading
The First Thanksgiving — the True Story
Follow the true story of the first Thanksgiving as told in Nathaniel Philbrick’s book Mayflower.
Talk to the Animals- out to the corral!
Some people don’t even realize that the SPCA has horses, never mind how many we actually take in over the course of a year. Right now we have 15 horses that we are caring for. 8 of them are in … Continue reading
Special Guest Friday October 7 2011
Learn about “Portsmouth Listens” from one of its founders, James Noucas. Jim fills us in on their latest project- a collaboration among Portsmouth Listens, the Seacoast Media group, and Portsmouth Community Radio.
Mt Kearsage Indian Museum Warner, NH
The Power of One In 1929 Grand Chief Sachem Silverstar visited a second grade classroom and delivered a message that transformed the life of one young boy, Charles “Bud” Thompson. Silverstar emphasized the uniqueness of each individual and their interconnectedness … Continue reading
Spotlight on Education April 8
Tim Golden of RMC Research fills us in on the use of technology in schools for a different approach to learning. Spotlight on Education is a monthly column on Radiogazette. Virtual Learning in Education audio