On Saturday, September 6th from 10 am - 2 pm the Kiwanis Club of Keene will host its Third Annual Classic Car Show at the Gordon Bissell American Legion on Court Street in Keene. General admission is $5 per person, $10 per carload, with children under 10 admitted for free. In the event of bad weather the show will be rescheduled for Sunday, September 7th.
The 2014 show will feature classic and antique cars lovingly restored by owners who appreciate the style and class of older cars that evoke memories of “the good old days”. There will be lots of fun at the show in addition to the cars including door prizes, great food choices, a DJ and much more for the entire family to enjoy a few hours out together.
Proud car owners and classic motorcycle owners are invited to come display their restored vehicles for everyone to admire. Cars displayed will vie for the votes of attendees and trophies will be awarded for the top three vote getters as well as for the owner who comes the greatest distance to show their car. There is an entry fee of $10 which includes the driver and a shotgun rider. Vendors are also welcome. Their Fee is $50 per booth. Contact Kiwanian Joan Hoose at email@example.com or 603- 903-0535 for more info.
Car owners who have questions or want to preregister for the event can call Kiwanian Paul Bothwell at 603.876.4833.
The rain date is Sunday, September 7th. Put these dates on your calendar and get your friends to join you for a walk down memory lane and some good eats to boot!
More information: http://www.keenekiwanis.org/
The NH Providers Association is proud to present violence prevention training
Breaking the Cycle of Violence:
Preventing Intimate Partner Violence and Sexual Violence among Teens
Wednesday, September 24th, 2014 9am - 3pm
This training will provide an in-depth understanding of teen intimate partner violence (also known as teen dating violence or teen dating abuse) and sexual violence among teens. Topics:
· warning signs, types, and dynamics of abuse;
· myths and realities pertaining to dating violence;
· sexual assault and related terms;
· affirmative consent;
· myths and realities pertaining to sexual violence; and
· the relationship between intimate partner violence and the use of alcohol and other drug;
· the relationship between sexual violence and the use of alcohol and other drugs.
Participants will explore strategies to address intimate partner violence and sexual violence among teens. Strategies will cover prevention and intervention techniques for a range of situations and timeframes. Participants will consider: approaches can we use before violence starts to support a climate of respect and healthy relationships? How can we assess and intervene at an early stage to help prevent escalation and promote safety? How can our response to violent incidents help teen victims access appropriate services?
DATE: Wednesday, September 24th, 2014
TIME: 9am - 3pm
WHERE: 10 Ferry Street Suite 307, Concord, NH 03301
COST: $15 for Members, $30 for Non-Members
Please plan to bring your own lunch will be on your own. A one hour break will be provided. Facility has access to a refrigerator and microwave.