Fulfill your musical resolutions and register now for the Concord Community Music School’s spring semester, which starts January 29. From classical to classic rock, early childhood programs to ensembles, and flutes to fiddles, the Music School offers a wide range of opportunities for students of all ages and levels to pursue their musical interests.
Concord Community Music School welcomes Victoria Cole as its newest voice faculty member. Cole is now accepting new students for individual vocal instruction as well as individual Alexander Technique sessions. Alexander Technique is an educational practice that addresses habits of movement that may be interfering with your high function as a musician
The String Department at Concord Community Music School is pleased to welcome new cello faculty member Hyun Min Lee. Dr. Lee is an award-winning international performer and teaching artist; she is now accepting new students for the spring semester, with lessons starting the week of January 29, 2018
Professional pianist and teaching artist Ashley Paine has joined the faculty at Concord Community Music School. Paine is now accepting new students for the spring semester, with lessons starting the week of January 29, 2018.
Saving time for better things is also the idea behind a new local meal kit business called Local Baskit. Similar to national brands but sourcing from local farms and food artisans this Concord-based company offers recipes and premeasured ingredients ready to cook, all in portions for 2-4 – perfect for a family to make together in less time than it takes to find a healthy recipe and shop for everything. Like Wash Street – Local Baskit was created and is run by a working mom.
Despite a shortened enrollment period, some 50,275 New Hampshire residents enrolled in a plan for 2018 through the Health Insurance Marketplace between November 1, 2017 and December 15, 2017, according to Covering New Hampshire. Some were either renewing coverage obtained during the 2017 open enrollment, or getting healthcare coverage for the first time.
“These types of affordable and accessible units are not readily available in our community,” Weaver said, “and we know that many families who have been here for generations might be forced to leave if they cannot find safe, well serviced housing for senior family members.”
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If you’re looking for a holiday gift for a do-it-yourselfer, an owner of an old house or barn, or simply someone who loves New Hampshire’s historic buildings, the New Hampshire Preservation Alliance offers a hassle-free shopping option.
Today’s working families have a lot going on in NH--dealing with work, kids, housework, commutes, and more--but studies show that using money to sub out things that take time away from family (like laundry and meal prep) can reduce stress.