Sports Performance Training is designed for athletes ages 10-18 who are seeking excellence at the next level of performance. This is an intense one-hour session focusing on mastering key athletic movement patterns which will support the development of strength, power, speed and flexibility. Most importantly, these athletes will decrease their risk for injury, and build confidence to meet the demands of their specific sport. Get strong, fit and confident for fall!
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The 4th Annual - Run the Heater 5K usually starts and ends at Singing Beach but due to anticipated construction at Singing Beach this fall, we will be using a revised route this year. The Heater is the traditional route that early citizens of Manchester used to warm up their horses. This 3.1 mile route celebrates this Manchester tradition, and brings you through and around the heart of Downtown Manchester. Kids will run a separate race on the beach with medal to be given every particitipant. Other fun activities will include facepainting, live music and a fun family atmosphere.
Teens are invited to the Manchester Public Library for a night of mystery and fun! Was it Mrs. Peacock with the candlestick? Or was it Colonel Mustard in the Reading Room? To celebrate Teen Read Week’s 2013 theme of “Seek the Unknown”, we will be enjoying a LIVE version of the board game “Clue.”
Brookwood School in Manchester, MA, is proud to present the 8th Annual Sustainability Fair on Saturday, November 1, 2014 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The event theme of this year's fair is "Gardening: Habitats Around Us" and promises to be an exciting day that is sure to educate, inspire and involve.
Come to the Manchester Public Library for a fun evening of celestial observation for International Observe the Moon Night! Join us as we use high gear binoculars and tripods from NASA, telescopes provided by Chuck and Joan Houghton, who will be here to keep this exciting night a part of our fall traditions. Now in its third year, Moon Observation Night is a highlight of the Fall at the Library.
Join us Tuesday, October 8, 2013 as Brookwood School welcomes Paul Tough, author of the New York Times best-selling book How Children Succeed: Grit, Curiosity, and the Hidden Power of Character. Click for tickets: Paul Tough, October 8, 2013.
Tough will discuss cutting edge research that shows character, not intelligence, may be the most important attribute when it comes to children finding success in school and in life. The program, part of Brookwood’s 4 to 14 Speaker Series: Parenting Elementary School Kids, begins at 7 p.m. and will be followed by a book sale and signing.
You PLAN in advance; you UNDERSTAND the financial aid process; you ACT early enough to be successful. Financial Aid goes to the families who plan in advance - ideally before December 31st of the child’s sophomore year of high school. This course will teach you the concepts and strategies that will help you maximize your financial aid by understanding the process, and how implementing strategies may increase a family’s eligibility even if you have a “high income” or own a business. The greatest amount of financial aid goes to the families who act in the years before college.
Curiosity companions explore the woodlands of Bungalow Hill, Clarke's Pond, and meadows of Ocean Lawn - discovering the wonders of nature while using all your senses. Song, stories, and puppets included! This program is for young children accompanied by their favorite adult. Learn about the conservationists who provided this community gift. This program is for young children accompanied by their favorite adult. Pre-registration required. Join us for all five sessions Pre-registration required.