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These lectures, camps, field trips, and school and homeschool programs are designed to appeal to young people, adults, and families.Mc Lane Center at Silk Farm Website: Offers year-round environmental education programs for people of all ages through school and youth group programs, vacation camps during all school vacations, Saturday family programs, pre-school programs, programs for homeschool families, teacher workshops, and adult education workshops.
Below are all of the homeless shelters and services for the needy that provide help to those in need for Concord, and surrounding cities.
We also provide other homeless resources such as transitional resources for the homeless.
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The center also has exhibits, live animals, hiking trails, and a wonderful Nature Store with bird feeders, optics, bird seed, books, clothing, jewelry, gifts, and much more.
Christa Mc Auliffe Planetarium 2 Institute Drive 271-7827 Space programs The Museum of NH History 6 Eagle Square 228-6688 Website: Canterbury Shaker Village 288 Shaker Road Canterbury 603-783-9511 Website: Concord Library and Penacook Branch Library programs Penacook Community Center 76 Community Drive, Penacook 753-9700 Website: NH Audubon Mc Lane Center 3 Silk Farm Road 224-9909 Snowshoes Carter Hill Orchard 73 Carter Hill Road 225-2625 Snowshoes, cross country skis Eastern Mountain Sports 68 Fort Eddy Road 224-8781 s Snowshoes Everett Arena 228-2784 Skating White Park 225-8690 Website: onconcord.com/recreation Skating Any wooded areas or open fields or your own backyard may be host to owls, black-capped chickadees, tufted titmice, white-breasted nuthatches, woodpeckers, bluejays, northern cardinals, juncos, house finches, American goldfinches, common redpolls, and pine siskins, snow buntings, horned larks, cedar waxwings, and near Sewalls Falls, bald eagles.