Zoom Parenting Workshop:
Positive Co-parenting and Communication
Join us on Zoom for a free parenting workshop with Dustin Bruley to learn strategies and tools to improve (and in some cases rescue) your relationship with your co-parent (current or former partner). As a bonus gift, everyone who completes the workshop will receive a free coaching session with Dustin!
Date: Monday, March 22, 2021
Time: 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM
Dustin Bruley is a speaker and certified coach who helps parents achieve their goals on an individualized path, supporting them in becoming confident and successful parents. Learn more about Dustin on his website: https://dustinbruley.teachable.com/
To register, email Tia Howard at TiaH@the-family-place.org
for the Zoom invitation to the workshop!
Registration now open!
What makes Montshire Summer Camp a seasonal favorite? The highly-trained staff, terrific programs, great facilities, and the low camper-to-staff ratio.
Each week is thoughtfully designed to create a unique camp experience that includes hands-on exploration, experiments, careful observation, quiet and active times, games, water play, and more.
Sign up now for one or more of our summer programs.
Nature Detectives for grades 1–2
Experiment! for grades 1–2
Montshire Explorers for grades 3–4
Inventors’ Workshop for grades 3–4
Inventors’ Workshop for grades 5–6
Cedar Circle Farm Summer Camp
Monday–Friday, 9 AM to 4 PM
June 28–September 3, 2021
Info and registration here: https://cedarcirclefarm.
Curiosity and wonder are all around us during our week-long summer camps! Our highly qualified educators believe that students are the most engaged and learn best when their inquisitiveness and hands-on experiences are encouraged and empowered. Explorations through the forest, adventures along the riverbank, and games between the strawberry fields will cultivate a true appreciation for our ecosystems here in the Upper Valley, as well as the farm-fresh food and the community connections available within this unique setting.
Experienced staff facilitate campers ages 6-11 through activities and learning opportunities in groups of no more than ten. In addition to daily farm chores, games, and sensory-based explorations, campers have opportunities throughout the week tochoose their own activities.
Some of these activities may include:
- baking a sweet treat for the whole farm
- creating and painting garden signs
- harvesting fruits or veggies from our fields for a snack
- collecting and identifying insects who live on the farm
- learning about the food chain while playing a camp-wide game of tag
- working in teams to complete a scavenger hunt
- tracking the wildlife that visits the farm
Safety, fun, and community building are at the foundation of our education programs. Our program is designed to instill a strong sense of stewardship and belonging among our campers, the environment, and one another.
$315 PER WEEK*
Week 1: June 28–July 2
Week 2: July 5–9
Week 3: July 12–16
Week 4: July 19–23
Week 5: July 26–30
Week 6: August 2–6
Week 7: August 9–13
Week 8: August 16–20
Week 9: August 23–27
Week 10: August 30–September 3
If you are having difficulty paying for camp registration, we have some financial assistance available. Please contact meredith@
*Visit our FAQ page for more information about the program, discounts, camp policies, etc.
Still have questions? Email Meredith, our Education Programs Manager, or call (802) 785-4737.
Meredith Rivlin / Education Programs Manager
New Food Pantry information for residents of Hanover and Norwich
There's a new food pantry in the region. It's supported by the Haven, hosted (outside) by The Church of Christ at Dartmouth College, and organized by the Hanover Community Food Security Team. It operates Saturdays from 11 am-1 pm, in the church's driveway (40 College Street). It is open to anyone who's short on food. No registration needed but masks will be required.
Questions: (802) 222-7337 or Hanovercommunity.fs.team@