January 31st-February 2
The Boys & Girls Club of Souhegan Valley’s Riverbend Youth Company presents an all dance production, Groovin’ On the Go. Join us on a journey around the globe to experience a diverse dance culture.
Performances at 7:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday (1/31 & 2/1) and 2:00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday (2/1 & 2/2).
Tickets are $12 for adults, $8 for students and seniors at the door, at The Toadstool Bookshop in Milford, NH, or online at http://www.amatocenter.org
Jill Deming has teamed up with Terry Lajoie for this training to be held at the SVCC Office on January 29th at 6:30 p.m.
Terry Lajoie, local Realtor at Keller Williams Realty Nashua. Terry became much more aware of her surroundings and situations a number of years ago while studying Martial Arts. After a number of interesting and sometimes scary situations as a Realtor, she became increasingly aware of circumstances, and began looking for ways to minimize risks of becoming a victim. Today, Terry teaches an Agent Safety & Awareness class a couple times a year at her office to help increase situational awareness for others. It is our hope that by attending our class you will become more aware of your situation, recognize indications that something ‘isn’t right’ quicker, allowing greater reaction time.
Jill,a Damsel in Defense Independent Distributor, will have several safety items available for your inspection.
This valuable training is free and open to all, members and non-members alike, both women and men. Participants will be entered into a free drawing.
Wednesday, November 20, noon to 7 p.m., and
Saturday, November 23, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Salzburg Square, 292 Route 101, Amherst
Come check out our new office and meet our Licensed Massage Therapists: Terri and Kim.
We will be offering chair massage and demo sessions of our newest service: the far-infrared sauna! Learn about the benefits of massage, the far-infrared sauna technology, what we are doing in the community, and what we can do for you!
And don’t forget to purchase a massage gift certificate for someone special. Buy one at full price and get the second of equal or lesser value at 50% off!
Tuesday Lunch Bunch At The Chamber
Noon to 1:00 PM at the SVCC Offices
69 Route 101A, Amherst
è First Tuesday – Small Business Forum – Jay Maiona, Maiona Law Offices.
è Second Tuesday – Media Savvy Tips – Web, Social, Design – Robin Warren, Robin Warren Web Design & Bill Pike, William Pike Designs.
è Third Tuesday – Women In Business – Debby Adair, In the Presence of Positive Women.
Reservations urged – Space limited – No charge to members.
è Fourth Tuesday – By Popular Request – Presentations from a variety of industry leaders on topics of specific interest.
Our fall schedule is on our website at:
Auditions for the VouliDance performance of The Nutcracker Ballet take place on Saturday, September 7th from 3-4:30pm at the Studio at 71 Route 101A. Audition fee is $20.00. All levels ages 5+, adults included, are welcome. Call 554-8626 or email email@example.com for more information.
Double Play Hobby Consignments goes to (as a vendor) several antique car shows, train shows, model show, and many other events related to the hobby industry. There are many things that adults and kids alike can get involved with. Come check us out and please support local business.
Double Play Hobbies
294 Rt 101, Unit 8
Amherst, NH 03031
The Lion King Musical Theatre Workshop
Starting on 7/16 to 8/15 for Ages 4-7y.o.
4-5pm Tuesdays and Thursdays
Starting on 7/15 to 8/14 for Ages 8-12y.o.
4-5pm Mondays and Wednesdays
For more information or to Register call: 554 8626 or
Register on Line http://www.voulidance.com
71 Route 101A Amherst NH at Windmere Plaza
Beginning July 10th and Every Wednesday thereafter An Omnitrition Informational/Support Meetings will be held at the SVCC Office located at 69 NH Rte 101-A, Amherst, NH @ 7:00 PM
Contact Jill Deming @ 603-320-4931 for more information.
Holt Proctor McBriarty Insurance Agency of Milford recently announced a newly refreshed brand, HPM Insurance.
The new name change reflects the growing and evolving role the agency has in identifying the risks and financial exposures of its clients throughout New Hampshire, while still respecting the tradition of the three agencies that originally united to form Holt Proctor McBriarty Insurance Agency.
“Our new name makes it easier to do business with us because it allows us to be more recognizable throughout the state,” said Lyle Fulkerson, President and CEO of HPM Insurance.
The new logo was specifically designed to visualize the connection of all three agencies into one.
HPM Insurance has had roots within the Southern New Hampshire community since 1860. Their dedicated team provides the expert advice and guidance required to navigate the ever-changing world of insurance in relation to personal, commercial, life and health insurance matters.