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Join us for our 2024 Events

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MARCH PET FOOD DRIVE: drop off at Newmarket Public Library.

 

SATURDAY, March 2, 4pm, St. George’s Episcopal Church. READING: Poverty: A Tragicomedy

by David Richman. Discussion follows.

 

MONDAY, March 4, 6:30pm, Durham Unitarian Universalist Fellowship. DOCUMENTARY FILM:

God Knows Where I Am. A NH woman’s story illustrates America’s flawed approach to mental health

and homelessness.

 

TUESDAY, March 5, 6pm, Durham Public Library. LIVE MUSIC: The Chickenshack Bluegrass Band.

 

MONDAY, March 11, 7pm, Durham Public Library. PANEL DISCUSSION: Seacoast Homelessness and Affordable Housing. Representatives from the Workforce Housing Coalition, United Way’s Housing Initiatives, Seacoast Mental Health Center, and the Town of Durham will discuss local housing challenges and initiatives.

 

SATURDAY, March 16, 10:30am, Durham Public Library, Heritage Room. PODCHAT: Conversation on Food Insecurity.

 

SATURDAYS, March 16 & 23, 8:30am-12:30pm, Community Church of Durham.

FREE Mental Health First Aid TRAINING. Offered by Dover Mental Health Alliance.

CLICK HERE to pre-register. Participants must attend both training sessions.

 

MONDAY, March 18, 6pm, Lee Public Library. BOOK DISCUSSION: Poverty, by America.

 

TUESDAY, March 19, 6pm, Lee Public Safety Complex. PRESENTATION: Understanding and Managing Addiction by Peter Fifield, Substance Use Disorder Program Manager at Wentworth-Douglass Hospital.

 

WEDNESDAY, March 20, 12pm-2pm, Lee Public Library. SOUP SOCIAL: Library staff and Friends

group provide soups and breads.

 

WEDNESDAY, March 20, 7pm, Community Church of Durham. WORKSHOP: Housing Advocacy

by Nick Taylor, Director Workforce Housing Coalition of the Greater Seacoast. CLICK HERE to Sign up.

 

SATURDAY, March 23, 10:30am, Durham Public Library, Heritage Room.

PODCHAT: Conversation on Housing Insecurity.

 

TUESDAY, March 26, 6:30pm, Durham Public Library. PRESENTATION: Regional Childhood Food Insecurity and the Work of End 68hrs to End It, by Claire Bloom, End 68hrs Founder.

 

WEDNESDAY, March 27, 6:30pm, Durham Public Library. BOOK DISCUSSION: Poverty, by America.

 

THURSDAY, March 28, 4pm, Newmarket Public Library. BOOK DISCUSSION: Demon Copperhead.

 

THURSDAY, March 28, 6pm, Madbury Public Library. BOOK DISCUSSION: Poverty, by America.

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An award-winning film that illustrates America's flawed approach to mental health and homelessness.

MARCH

APRIL

WEDNESDAY, April 3, 6:30pm, Zoom. LECTURE: Appalachian History and Culture with Trevor McKenzie, Director of the Center for Appalachian Studies, Appalachian State University. Sign up at the Durham Public Library.

 

FRIDAY, April 5, 6pm, Community Church of Durham. EXHIBIT RECEPTION: US Immigration History Timeline. See every law and policy on immigration enacted by the US from 1997 until present, displayed in over 25 panels. The exhibit includes reflective questions and an interactive art component.

 

SATURDAY, April 6, 10:30am, Durham Public Library, Heritage Room.

PODCHAT: Conversation on Poverty and Mental Health.

 

SATURDAY, April 13, 10:30am, Durham Public Library, Heritage Room. PODCHAT: Climate Injustice.

 

SATURDAY, April 20th, 12pm, Newmarket Public Library. GARDEN SUPPLY SWAP: Grow Your Own Veggies! Free seed starting kits while supplies last.

                    SATURDAY, April. 20, 6:30pm, The Barn at Powder Major’s Farm. Join us for our CLOSING EVENT collaboration with the Great Bay Rotary Club. Community Connections: Ways to Make a Change in Our Community. Meet the local non-profit groups working to overcome poverty. There will be LIVE MUSIC and refreshments. RSVP Here.

 

THURSDAY, April 25, 6pm, Newmarket Public Library.

BOOK DISCUSSION: Poverty, by America.

 

TUESDAY, April 30, 2pm, Newmarket Public Library.

BOOK DISCUSSION: Poverty, by America.

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Feb. 9th, Soup & Music Kick-off Event! 

FRIDAY, February 9, 6pm-8pm, St. Thomas More Center, 6 Madbury Rd, Durham. KICK-OFF EVENT! Join us for Soup and Live Bluegrass Music by the Chickenshack Bluegrass Band while learning more about the work of our local food pantries. Click Here to RSVP here and attend!

 

WEDNESDAY, February 21, 6:30pm, Durham Public Library. BOOK DISCUSSION: Demon Copperhead.

 

THURSDAY, February 22, 6pm, Madbury Public Library. BOOK DISCUSSION: Demon Copperhead.

WEDNESDAY, February 28, 6pm, Madbury Public Library. LECTURE: Hooked: Narratives of Addiction,

Recovery, and Redemption with Dr. Kate Gaudet, UNH Humanities, a NH Humanities program.

 

THURSDAY, February 29, 3:30pm, Freedom Cafe. BOOK DISCUSSION: Spotting 4 Cases of Human Trafficking that Unfold in Demon Copperhead.

FEBRUARY

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