Ready to stay creative from the couch? Here is your guide to enjoying art at home!

  1. Art Contests: submit your art for cash prizes

  2. Museums: take a virtual field trip to museums around the world and even stream Operas on your TV

  3. Art Games: compete against yourself and others

  4. Digital Art: create art on your device

  5. Art Education: learn about art

  6. Art at Home: Art tutorials and prompts for you to create where you are

With Love and Creativity, @MrsVelazquezArt

P.S. You can also follow along on my art teacher Instagram for daily Live art tutorials and inspiration!

Art Contests Museums Art Games Digital Art Art Education  Art at Home
Saving Endangered Species  Google Arts & Culture: Virtual Museums Quick, Draw!  Just a Line Interactive Color Wheel  Daily Live Illustration Drawing
Sustainable Shipping  Online Tours: The Louvre  Mondrian Squares  Mandala Creator  Color Theory  Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems 
National Fossil Day  The Museum of the World Autodraw Silk  KQED Art School  Imagineering in a Box
Science without Borders Guggenheim Online Collection  Color This is Sand The Met Flipgrid Tate at Home
Impact of Conflict Museum of Natural History Kern Create Comics Pintura Cassie Stephens Elementary Art 
No Limits Foundation  Salvador Dali Museum  ArtistToolkit SketchUp The Caves of Lascaux  Make an Art Studio 
State Fish Art Contest Air Force Museum  Mondrimat Matisse Drawing Room METKids Time Machine  Drawing at home prompts 
Guadalupe Mountains Nightly Met Opera Streams Street Art  Patterns of Infinity  National Gallery of Art 365 Drawing Challenge 
Embracing Our Differences Digital Concert Hall Art Puzzle Haring Coloring Book Destination Modern Art Watercolor Tutorials
Ocean Awareness Moma Learning Hieronymus Bosch Invaders  Patterns  Khan Academy: Art History  Bullet Journaling 
The Really Great Outdoors Museum of Web Art Queensland Art Games Pixologic Lincoln Center at Home Procreate Tutorials 
Congressional Art Vatican Museum  Cubism  OpenToonz BrainPop Home By Me

Tuesday, December 3, 2019 is Giving Tuesday

The Penacook Community Center is truly a cornerstone of the community providing affordable programs and services that create meaningful impact for those who need it most.

With your donation, we can continue to improve the quality of life for thousands of children, youth, adults, and senior participants each year County wide from Ashland, Boscawen, Bow, Canterbury, Concord, Franklin, Loudon, Penacook, Salisbury and Webster.

Click here to learn more about how your donation helps young children, youth, seniors and the entire community! 

COMMUNITY HAPPENS WHEN SENIORS ARE CONNECTED

This whole article as published on the NHCF website from a visit to PCC and a presentation at their annual meeting. Thank you to the NH Charitable Foundation for all their support.

 

https://www.nhcf.org/what-were-up-to/community-happens-when-seniors-are-connected/

 

 

The Penacook Community Center offers programs for neighbors of all ages — from infants to elders. For Kathy and Paul St. Louis, the center’s senior programs gave them a way to create strong community connections when they moved to town.

Paul St. Louis retired seven years before his wife, Kathy. With the freedom from work came an unwelcome side effect: a feeling of being unmoored from purpose.

Paul and Kathy had recently moved to be closer to Paul’s cardiologists. Their children and grandchildren were spread out from Missouri to Alaska to California.

A friend from church told them about the Penacook Community Center.

They joined. Paul started serving meals to seniors, volunteered on the board of directors, went on senior program outings, found a friend who was similarly obsessed with cribbage.

Increasingly, people are moving to new communities after they retire. When they do, they stay healthier and happier when they create relationships in those new places. Nonprofit community and senior centers provide points of connection.

Kathy has since joined Paul in retirement. They read to children in the community center’s preschool; Kathy has done Tai Chi; they have joined trips to Ogunquit, Maine, the Winnipesaukee Playhouse and more. When Kathy learned through the center that the local soup kitchen needed a secretary, she volunteered.

And every week, they have lunch with friends — with Clay and Marti and Iris and Beverly and Adrien and Lizette … People they know, and who know them.

“Once you get involved, it’s a wonderful circle,” Kathy said. “We all take care of each other.”

Keepin’ it Awesome at ODIORNE POINT STATE PARK in RYE, NH

Thank you to Dan O’Brien KIA of Concord, NH for the generous donation of Summer Camp Tee shirts!

Many more picts on FB, go check them out.