Grafton County Senior Citizens Council, Inc. (GCSCC) and the Arts Alliance of Northern New Hampshire (AANNH) are excited to be working in partnership on “Experience/Arts,”
a program that will bring arts education programming to older adults in Grafton County throughout 2017.

WATCH THIS SPACE FOR UPCOMING FALL CLASSES IN LEBANON, PLYMOUTH, HAVERHILL AND LITTLETON!

 

CLASSES FULLY SUBSCRIBED, DONE OR UNDER WAY

▷ LEBANON • Exploring and Writing Poetry

▷ PLYMOUTH • The Art Around Us

HAVERHILLWorking with Clay

▷ LITTLETON • Photographing Nature

 

“Experience/Arts” is made possible through a grant – one of only 15 awarded nationally – from Aroha Philanthropies, through its Seeding Artful Aging initiative. It will bring eight eight-week classes (two each to the Lebanon, Plymouth, Littleton and Haverhill areas) to Senior Centers and community arts sites. Classes will be offered on a donation basis, and will be open to all those 55 and older.

Over the past 15 years, GCSCC and AANNH have worked together to bring arts activities to senior centers within Grafton County, but this initiative will deepen and broaden the arts learning opportunities available and accessible to older adults throughout the region. Artful Aging programs are intended to inspire and enable older adults to learn, make and share the arts in ways that are novel, complex and socially engaging.

For further information, contact GCSCC Executive Director Roberta Berner at rberner@gcscc.org or 603-448-4897, or AANNH Executive Director Frumie Selchen at frumie@aannh.org or 603-323-7302.

Please join us to honor members of the

“Working with Clay” class

as they share their creations (indoors and outside)

 

7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, July 26

Horse Meadow
Senior Center

91 Horse Meadow Road, North Haverhill, NH

 

Light refreshments & music   free & open to the public

RSVP to Wanda Sawyer, 603-787-2539, email wsawyer@gcscc.org

Check out the Valley News article about our wonderful Exploring and Writing Poetry class here . . .