Welcome to the North Country Homeschoolers website! We are a diverse group of homeschoolers based in Littleton, New Hampshire. We get together often for field trips and activities. If you are a homeschooler in the area, please join our email list or Facebook group to get updates on our events!
Upcoming NCH Events
Wednesday, August 25, 10am
Come see the fainting goats and much more! Admission is free and there is a gift shop full of homemade items. The sales of the gift shop make it possible to provide free admission. Visit their website for more information and for directions.
Friday, September 10, 11am
Not-Back-to-School Picnic at Remich Park. Bring your lunch and any outdoor games you want to play. We'll play a game of kickball. Moms will discuss field trips for the coming year.
Wednesday, September 22, 8am
Trip to Concord. We'll visit the Christa McAuliffe Planetarium, State House, and New Hampshire Historical Society. More details to follow.
Monday, October 4, 10am
International Outreach with removals Adelaide. We'll interact remotely on the web and discover how Australians give back to the community.
Other Local Events
The Friends of the Littleon Public Library are sponsoring a Chess Club for all ages & levels. (Recommended age is no younger than first grade.) The Club will meet every Thursday from 3:30pm - 5pm, starting on September 2.
Queen Mab is offering a Junior Herbalist Course at the Littleton Farmer’s Market every Sunday from 10am - 1pm. Each week's class is just 10 minutes and can enhance your kids' knowledge of the earth and healing. Also, there are some great prizes for those who complete the course (you can make-up any classes that have been missed). Find out more information on her website.
Dell's Nature Series: Wild Mushroom Walk on Saturday, August 21 at 10am. Join naturalist Steve Sabre to learn more about the natural history and identification of local mushrooms and other fungi. Meet at the Route 18 parking area. Wear comfortable walking shoes; the program will run rain or shine. Sponsored by the Littleton Conservation Commission.
Want to get outside, but not sure what to do or where to go? Check out Nature Rocks to discover different ways to play in nature.