SAU#39: Election Day all schools: Tuesday March 9, 2021 to Tuesday, June 8, 2021
Souhegan Cooperative School District: Deliberative is now Monday, May 3, 2021
Amherst School District: Deliberative is now Tuesday, May 4, 2021
Mont Vernon School District: Deliberative is now Wednesday, May 5, 2021
The Currier Museum Opens April 1st
MANCHESTER – We can't wait to welcome you back! Event. CURRIER FROM HOME VIEWS ON ART.
Event. CURRIER FROM HOME ARTALK ONLINE.
Event. TOMIE DEPAOLA ART EDUCATION FUND. Help support art education for young people.
Current Exhibition. CRITICAL CARTOGRAPHY.
The Currier is dedicated to connecting people to art. We display works from the Renaissance to today, featuring European, American, and contemporary art. Special exhibitions offer even more to see.
Children’s Programming at the Amherst Town Library
APRIL ZOOM FUN with SEE SCIENCE CENTER SLIMY LAB
Wednesday, April 21 - 4:00-4:45pm.
Kids ages 6 and up can get their hands deep into science when a See Instructor leads us through
combining two liquid substances to create our own silly putty. Participants are encouraged to get a little
messy and think about different ways they can work to change the substances. There are always lots of
smiles and giggles during this experience.
For ages 6 and up. Kits with materials will be available for pick-up at the library for registered
ZOOM link will be provided via email when you register.
AMHERST – Ecologist Tom Wessels has spent more than twenty years interpreting New England’s landscape and teaching others to see “the forest for the trees.” An intrepid sleuth and articulate tutor, Tom will teach us how to interpret the landscape the way one might solve a mystery.
This interactive presentation will guide us to a fuller understanding of our home ground. After a short introduction to reading forested landscapes, Tom will interpret photos we submit of landscape features we would like explained — oddly growing trees, unusual scarring on a tree trunk, or a patch of young saplings amid dense forest, for example. Through Tom we’ll learn to see the forest in a new light. No walk in the woods will ever be the same!
During the pandemic, the garden club has been meeting online. Our business meeting will begin at 9:15 am, followed by Tom’s presentation at 10:30 am. Contact the club at email@example.com if you would like to attend the business meeting, presentation, or both. You can also let us know if you have photos for Tom to interpret, time permitting..
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Deliberative and Election Dates postponed from February & March to May & June
Pursuant to NH Governor’s Emergency Order #83.
Amherst Garden Club
“How to Interpret a Forest’s History” with Tom Wessels
Amherst Garden Club
Our Spring Plant Sale is Back: Online!
Starting April 28th • Pickup May 8th
A spring tradition that was sadly missed in 2020 will be back this year! Marti Warren, Karen Woodbury and Elise Lutz, along with many dedicated members of The Amherst Garden Club, have been busy for months working out the details for the 2021 Amherst Plant Sale to be held online only. Our club members will dig, pot and label to sell our usual high quality, locally grown perennials. You will be able to purchase these plants through our new online shop starting at 8:30 AM on April 28.
Shop early for best selection! The sale will close on May 1 at 12:00 noon. Look for the link to the shop on our website (amherstgardenclub.org) or on our Facebook page. See our spring events in The Citizen!