Community Calendar Event

Lunch & Legal Conversations with KMA Human Resources and Sheehan Phinney's Karen Whitley

What to Expect When OSHA Issues its Rules Implementing Federal Vaccine Mandates

Presented by: KMA Human Resources Consulting

Navigating the requirements of the new federal vaccine mandates – and the ensuing backlash and legal challenges – is a daunting undertaking for 2021’s final chapter. In this webinar, we will bring up-to-the-minute clarity on what private-sector businesses with 100+ employees will need to know about OSHA’s Emergency Temporary Standard (when issued), the risks of compliance vs. litigation, especially where state and federal laws are in conflict, who will foot the bill for employee testing and leave time, considerations for accommodating religious or medical exemptions, and how these rules might be enforced. Even if your organization doesn’t meet the 100+ employee minimum, you’ll still want to tune in and learn how others are tackling these complex issues. 

In this Lunch + Legal webinar, in partnership with Sheehan Phinney, Rhoda McVeigh, Director of Consulting Services at KMA Human Resources, will lead an informative discussion with Karen Whitley, who is keeping a keen eye on these developments as they unfold. And of course, we will include plenty of time for attendees to get their questions in.   

We hope you will join us! 

Date: Tuesday, October 19, 2021 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Location: Zoom

Sole City Dance Presents The Nutcracker

Presented by: Arts Rochester, Inc.

This classic holiday tale performed by Sole City Dance has become a regional favorite!  This soaring story, framed by Tchaikovsky’s legendary score, captures the wonder and expectation of the night before Christmas when a mysterious gift sparks an extraordinary journey. 

Follow Clara as she embarks on an adventure filled with colorful characters, majestic scenery, and breathtaking costumes.  You’ll find your heart dancing as Clara and the Nutcracker Prince overcome obstacles on their way to the Land of Sweets. 

From the captivating dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy to the iconic snow scene, this delightful holiday classic continues to enthrall audiences of all ages.  Whether you're seeing it for the first time or it's an annual treat, start your holiday season in grand style with the ones you love.

Thursday, December 2 at 7:00pm

Friday, December 3 at 7:00pm

Saturday, December 4 at 2:00pm and 7:00pm

Sunday, December 5 at 2:00pm

 

Venue & Online Ticketing: 

http://www.rochesteroperahouse.com/

BOX OFFICE: (603) 335-1992 

Tickets:

$28 Adults
$24 Seniors/Students

Produced by:
Sole City Dance
603-750-7777

http://solecitydance.org/

info@solecitydance.org

Sole City Dance provides a strong technical foundation in dance in a non-competitive, nonjudgmental environment, for the encouragement of artistic expression. Sole City Dance is a federally-designated 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization. 

 

Date: Thursday, December 2, 2021 - 7:00pm to Sunday, December 5, 2021 - 2:00pm
Location: Rochester Opera House 31 Wakefield Street Rochester, NH 03867

[Partner Event] QuickBooks® Made Easy™ for Nonprofits Fundamentals (Desktop Edition)

Presented by:

Save on registration! Use code NHNP35 for $35 off the single-day ticket price ($80 total) or save even more with code NHNP50 for $50 off a ticket for all three days ($199 total).

This three-day webinar will cover the basics of setting up and entering transactions specifically for nonprofits, an overview of the software updates included in the desktop edition of QuickBooks® 2021 as well as advanced topics including:

  • Setting up the correct accounts
  • Entering your programs
  • Adding your annual budget
  • Cutting and pasting from Excel into QuickBooks
  • Entering your donors, members or students
  • Entering your income – two methods
  • Entering donations and grants
  • Entering membership dues and tuition
  • Entering program service revenue
  • How to get the most out of items
  • Entering and paying bills
  • Spreading costs to programs/grants
  • Essential reports for the board/auditor
  • Attaching scan documents for free
  • Entering credit card activity
  • Tracking pledges
  • Tracking restricted grants
  • Tracking special fundraising events
  • Printing personalized donor thank-you letters directly from QuickBooks®
  • Two ways to get year-end donor-acknowledgements
  • Recording in-kind contributions
  • Advanced method of auto-allocating expenses to programs/grants
  • And more!

About QuickBooks® Made Easy™

Since 2000, QuickBooks® Made Easy™ has been teaching QuickBooks® seminars around the country for various groups, conducting webinars, providing technical support to hundreds of clients, one-one-one consulting, and offering industry-specific streamable training. Our leader and primary trainer Gregg S. Bossen, CPA is not only an expert in the program, but he is the nation’s leading expert when it comes to nonprofits that use QuickBooks®. Gregg’s teaching style is funny and entertaining, and his energy and knowledge of Nonprofits make his classes a unique experience. Gregg has taught new users as well as other CPAs, who are themselves considered experts in the software. In total, we have taught over 3,500 seminars to more than 55,000 students.

We currently teach for over 24 Nonprofit State Associations, as well as annually at Scaling New Heights, QuickBooks Connect, Grant Station, and TechSoup.

Date: Tuesday, November 9, 2021 - 2:00pm to Thursday, November 11, 2021 - 4:00pm
Location: Webinar

[Partner Event] QuickBooks® Made Easy™ for Nonprofits Fundamentals (Online Edition)

Presented by:

Save on registration! Use code NHNP35 for $35 off the single-day ticket price ($80 total) or save even more with code NHNP50 for $50 off a ticket for all three days ($199 total).

This three-day webinar will cover the basics of setting up and entering transactions specifically for nonprofits, an overview of the software updates included in the online edition of QuickBooks® 2021 as well as advanced topics including:

  • Setting up the correct accounts
  • Entering your programs
  • Adding your annual budget
  • Cutting and pasting from Excel into QuickBooks
  • Entering your donors, members or students
  • Entering your income – two methods
  • Entering donations and grants
  • Entering membership dues and tuition
  • Entering program service revenue
  • How to get the most out of items
  • Entering and paying bills
  • Spreading costs to programs/grants
  • Essential reports for the board/auditor
  • Attaching scan documents for free
  • Entering credit card activity
  • Tracking pledges
  • Tracking restricted grants
  • Tracking special fundraising events
  • Printing personalized donor thank-you letters directly from QuickBooks®
  • Two ways to get year-end donor-acknowledgements
  • Recording in-kind contributions
  • Advanced method of auto-allocating expenses to programs/grants
  • And more!

About QuickBooks® Made Easy™

Since 2000, QuickBooks® Made Easy™ has been teaching QuickBooks® seminars around the country for various groups, conducting webinars, providing technical support to hundreds of clients, one-one-one consulting, and offering industry-specific streamable training. Our leader and primary trainer Gregg S. Bossen, CPA is not only an expert in the program, but he is the nation’s leading expert when it comes to nonprofits that use QuickBooks®. Gregg’s teaching style is funny and entertaining, and his energy and knowledge of Nonprofits make his classes a unique experience. Gregg has taught new users as well as other CPAs, who are themselves considered experts in the software. In total, we have taught over 3,500 seminars to more than 55,000 students.

We currently teach for over 24 Nonprofit State Associations, as well as annually at Scaling New Heights, QuickBooks Connect, Grant Station, and TechSoup.

Date: Tuesday, November 16, 2021 - 2:00pm to Thursday, November 18, 2021 - 4:00pm
Location: Webinar

NH Philharmonic Orchestra - From Darkness to Hope

From Darkness to Hope

Presented by: New Hampshire Philharmonic Orchestra

From Darkness to Hope

Sunday, October 17, 2021 at  2:00 p.m. at Seifert Performing Arts Center (Live stream option available) 

It has been quite an absence since The Phil last performed. Our world has been shaken by tragedy and then offered breakthroughs of hope to rise from those dark days. Our returning concert reflects those themes. From the powerful opening of Beethoven’s Coriolan Overture, with its ensuing tender moments, to the contemplative and haunting Adagio for Strings by Samuel Barber, to the dark opening of Tchaikovsky’s Fifth Symphony, through the beautiful French horn solo of its second movement, and  then to its ending of hope and triumph, we are inspired to brighten your spirits.

Date: Sunday, October 17, 2021 - 2:00pm to 3:30pm
Location: Seifert Performing Arts Center @ Salem High School

15th Annual Black New England Conference

Presented by: Black Heritage Trail of New Hampshire

Crossing River Jordan: Healing Racial Wounds Through Accountability & Truth-Telling

Traditional African spirituality acknowledges that there is no real separation between the spiritual and the rich fabric of everyday life. In this traditional worldview, spirituality informs everything including politics, economics, survival, healing, death, and rebirth.

The 2021 Black New England Conference explores paths forward from legacies of racism to collective accountability and collective healing. Presenters will examine the ongoing impacts of enslavement, murder, mass incarceration, unethical medical experimentation, disenfranchisement, and the many more harms perpetrated against people of African descent and the ways traditional spiritual and religious practices serve as sources of strength, hope, resilience, and healing for Black people in the centuries-long struggle for justice. We will also delve into past and present-day efforts to gain reparations and the healing inherent in proper memorialization of accurate history.

Conference Panels

  • The Past Is Not Past: Historical Black Practices of Survival & Claims to Freedom
  • A Check Uncashed: Past & Present Projects for Reparations
  • Tell It True: Healing Through Public Memory & Memorials
  • My Home Is Over Jordan: The Role of Religion & Spirituality in Black Healing
  • The Right to Be Whole: New Modes for Healing Generational & Historical Black Trauma
  • I’ll Fly Away: How We Move Forward from Here
Date: Friday, October 22, 2021 - 8:45am to Saturday, October 23, 2021 - 2:30pm
Location: Saint Anselm College / Hybrid

12th Annual Halloween Howl

Presented by: Intown Concord

Get your costumes ready for downtown Concord's spookiest night out!

Intown Concord's Halloween Howl returns to Main St. on Friday, October 29th from 5:30 pm- 7:30 pm.

Join us for Wicked fun on Main St. for community trick-or-treating, festive costumes and decor, and plenty of ghoulish games and activities for the whole family to enjoy!

To make way for all the fun and to ensure safety for all, Main st. will be closed to traffic from Centre St./Loudon Rd. to Pleasant St. starting Friday, October 29th at 4:00 pm - 8:30 pm. The event begins at 5:30 pm.

Halloween Howl is proudly brought to you by Intown Concord and generously sponsored by Century 21 and Double Midnight Comics and supported by the City of Concord.

If you would like to sponsor or volunteer for this event, please contact Haylie at events@intownconcord.org

Date: Friday, October 29, 2021 - 5:30pm to 7:30pm
Location: Main st

Key Concepts in DEI

Presented by: Organizational Ignition

Are you aware that 100% of people are biased but most do not know it? Would you recognize a microaggression when you see it? Do you understand the impact of microaggressions on your organization? Do you understand whether your workplace environment is welcoming to diverse people? If you answered NO to any of these questions or just want to brush up on the topics, this session is for you? Come participate in an interactive session that takes you through how our biases lead to microaggressions, organizational policies, and culture that is, at best, unwelcoming and at worse, illegal.

Learning Objectives:
By the end of this session participants will be able to:

  • understand what unconscious implicit bias is and how it impacts performance
  • interpret types of microaggressions and their impact to your organization
  • begin to analyze the “welcomness” of your workplace for diverse employees.

Facilitator: James McKim, PMP, ITIL,  Managing Partner, Organizational Ignition, LLC

Date: Thursday, October 21, 2021 - 11:00am to 12:30pm
Location:

How to Have Difficult Conversations

Presented by: Organizational Ignition

Want to challenge discrimination but don’t know how? Gain an understanding of the reasons conversations can be difficult and learn tools to make them more productive.

Facilitator: James McKim, PMP, ITIL,  Managing Partner, Organizational Ignition, LLC

Date: Thursday, November 4, 2021 - 11:00am to 12:30pm
Location:

Achieving Organizational Performance Through DEI

Presented by: Organizational Ignition

Senior Management has decided they want to pursue diversity for the good the organization and its customers/clients. You have been tasked with leading or playing a major role in carrying out this decision. But how do you do this? Whether you are Senior management or middle-management – in HR or Business Unit/Department Leadership, this session will help you understand how to set yourself up for a successful diversity, equity, & inclusion push. It will review what we call the 5 magic D&I Implementation Guideposts.

Learning Objectives

By the end of this session you will be able to:

  • link your DEI initiative to organizational performance
  • create a roadmap for your DEI initiative
  • set the proper expectations for a DEI initiative
  • create welcoming, inclusive spaces and a higher-performing organization.

Facilitator: James McKim, PMP, ITIL,  Managing Partner, Organizational Ignition, LLC

Date: Thursday, November 18, 2021 - 11:00am to 12:30pm
Location:

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