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Museum Passes Available from the Library

The Friends of the Keene Public Library provide these passes to museums and other area attractions. Passes may be booked in advance and are checked out with a library card. More information: link
Passes offer free or greatly reduced admissions to:

Boston Museum of Fine Arts - Boston, Mass. - (617) 267-9300
Boston Museum of Science - Boston, Mass. - (617) 723-2500
Canterbury Shaker Village - Canterbury, N.H. - (603) 783-9511
Cheshire Children’s Museum - Keene, N.H. - (603) 903-1800
Currier Museum of Art - Manchester, N.H. - (603) 669-6144
deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum – Lincoln, Mass. – (781) 259-8355
The EcoTarium - Worcester, Mass. - (508) 929-2700
Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art - Amherst, Mass. - (413) 658-1100
Fruitlands Museum - Harvard, Mass. - (978) 456-3294  ext. 235
Hildene - The Lincoln Family Home - Manchester, Vt. - (802) 362-1788
Magic Wings Butterfly Museum - South Deerfield, Mass. - (413) 665-2805
Mariposa Museum - Peterborough, N.H. - (603) 924-4555
McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center - Concord, N.H. - (603) 271-7827
Montshire Museum of Science - Norwich, Vt. - (802) 649-2200
Mount Kearsage Indian Museum - Warner, N.H. - (603) 456-2600
Museum of New Hampshire History - Concord, N.H. - (603) 228-6688
Strawbery Banke Museum - Portsmouth, N.H. - (603) 433-1100
Vermont Institute of Natural Science (VINS) - Quechee, Vt. - (802) 359-5000
 

Monadnock Earth Day Festival Coordinator

We're also searching for Volunteers
Please Contact:
Jill Comerchero
Monadnock Earth Day Festival Coordinator
jcomerchero@antioch.edu
707-337-7333

Medication Disposal TAKE BACK EVENT

Attachments:   Take_Back_Event_April_2014.pdf
                         April_26th_2014_Sentinel.pdf

The Summer Youth Employment Program

Summer Youth Employment application

Application form: Download
This application must be turned in by 4:30 pm Wednesday April 30th
At City of Keene HUMAN RESOURCES 3rd Floor City Hall

The Summer Youth Employment Program has the cooperation of City departments who proved work sites and youth supervision.  The program provides part-time employment to approximately 25 youth, up to 20 hours per week, during a six-week period in the summer months.  
The City of Keene funds the program and youth employees are paid minimum wage $7.25  Types of work may include maintenance, computer entry, grounds keeping, cleaning or clerical work. The Summer Youth Employment program gives Keene youth a valuable opportunity to gain knowledge about city government while have a positive first-time job experience.
 
•    Youth Must be a Keene resident
•    Youth must be 14 or 15 by June 30, 2014
•    Preference to previous summer youth employees

Summer Youth Employment is advertised yearly in April through the classified section of the Keene Sentinel & Websites.  Employment applications are available in late April through the Human Resource Department, 3rd Floor of City Hall and City of Keene Youth Services Websites or Monadnockteens.org.  Once applications are returned to Human Resources, the Youth Services Department begins the interview process with all applicants.

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