On Sunday, September 20th at 1:00pm, the NCC will host an outdoor workshop, run by Danielle Taylor, to participate in the "Circles" project in collaboration with the Norwich Historical Society. Participants will receive a plate sized and prepared canvas circle on which to paint a personal design with the themes of hope, gratitude, and community. Here are some design ideas. Individual circles will then be incorporated into a large mural that will be placed at Dan and Whit's to offer inspiration and hope during this challenging time. Danielle, who holds an MFA in painting, will be there to assist and support participants as they meditate on these important themes. Sign up through this website
MATERIAL PROVIDED: but $5 donation is welcome
ALL AGES ARE WELCOME!
Dartmouth Alliance for Children of Color, works to connect children of color from the Upper Valley to Dartmouth students of color. We provide virtual playdates and offer community and fun for the kids, all free of charge.
This upcoming Saturday at 10am, we are hosting an Open House, where individuals could learn more about our organization and report on the activities/events they would like to see. We are hoping to invite children of color's caregivers to join us at our Open House.
Please join Mt. Ascutney Prevention Partnership (MAPP) for a FREE online screening of the new IndieFlix documentary:
Angst, Raising Awareness around Anxiety
Thursday, September 24 at 7 PM
Space is limited. Sign up today!
Register at the signup link:
Featuring World Champion Swimmer Michael Phelps, and several kids and teens who share their experiences,
Angst explores anxiety and what we can do about it.
A post-film panel and discussion will feature local mental health experts Jennifer Smith, HCRS Children, Youth, and Family division director and Courtney McKaig, Family Wellness Coach and Behavior Specialist, Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center.