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Sign-up for youth recreation classes


Tuesday, September 12, 2017
ConcordSign-up for youth recreation classes

Sign your children up for these fall recreation sports. Field Hockey League – second- through fifth-grade; Cave Girl programs are developed to provide young athletes with the opportunity to become better by learning from some the best coaches and players in the game. This instructional league will include two to three games with other area recreational field hockey programs. The league will play on Sundays through Oct. 22, 1 to 2:30 p.m.; Nature Babes for adults and children six-weeks and up. Join Hannah McBride and explore the local trails this fall with your little one in a front/back carrier. Get to know other mothers/fathers as you enjoy the colorful foliage and some snuggle time with your baby. Nature Babes runs Wednesdays, Sept. 20 to Oct. 25 from 10 to 11 a.m.; Craft With Me for ages 3 to 6 (not in first-grade) – Craft With Me is a time for preschoolers and their parents to explore their creativity and to enjoy glitter, glue, paper, etc. without the worry of getting it all over the house. Explore different mediums, such as painting, drawing and molding. With the help of a guardian, children will discover how to use their creativity in an artistic setting. Class runs Thursdays through Oct. 19, from 10 to 10:45 a.m. Instructor is Kari Inglis. Archery Classes – Concord Parks & Recreation Department offers beginner to advanced archery lessons on or Saturday afternoons for six-week sessions at the East Concord Community Center. Class instructor is Dana White. For more information, contact the Concord Recreation Department at 225-8690. Ballet and Tap for ages 2 to 5 years old – Ballet and tap classes start their next session in September and are held at the Dance Inspiration Dance Studio. Dancers develop rhythm and coordination with this combination ballet and tap class. Classes are held on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

Belmont‘The Capital Crime of Witchcraft’

On Sept. 19 at 7 p.m. at the village’s Corner Meeting House, the Belmont Historical Society is sponsoring a program on the Salem Witchcraft Trials. The program is titled “The Capital Crime of Witchcraft: What Primary Sources Tell Us.” With Halloween coming up in October, this should be both an interesting and timely program. On first impression, the witchcraft trials of the Colonial era may seem to have been nothing but a free-for-all, fraught with hysterics. The program presenter, Margo Burns of Manchester, explores an array of prosecutions in 17th century New England, from first formal complaints to arrest warrants, indictments of formal charges to death warrants, and the reversals of excommunications years after the fact, which demonstrate how methodically and logically the Salem Court worked. The program focuses on the witchcraft trials of 1692 and 1693, when 19 people were killed, but also examines a variety of other colonial witchcraft cases in N.H. The program is free and open to the public. Handicapped parking is available. For more information, call Christine at 524-8268.