Community Calendar Event

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

Presented by:

Save on registration! Use code NHNP40 for $40 off the single-day ticket price ($109 total) or save even more with code NHNP70 for $70 off a ticket for all three days ($229 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:

  • Welcome to QuickBooks – The different choices and which version is right for you.
  • What’s new in version 2021 that you may need.
  • Getting used to the screens and navigating around.
  • A lesson in accounting QuickBooks style!
  • 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, May 24, 2022 - 2:00pm to Thursday, May 26, 2022 - 4:30pm
Location: Webinar

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

Presented by:

Save on registration! Use code NHNP40 for $40 off the single-day ticket price ($109 total) or save even more with code NHNP70 for $70 off a ticket for all three days ($229 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:

  • Welcome to QuickBooks – The different choices and which version is right for you.
  • What’s new in version 2021 that you may need.
  • Getting used to the screens and navigating around.
  • A lesson in accounting QuickBooks style!
  • 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, May 31, 2022 - 2:00pm to Thursday, June 2, 2022 - 4:30pm
Location: Webinar

Festival for the Future In Sight

Featuring the 19th Annual Walk for Sight and 1st Annual Run for Sight

Presented by: Future In Sight

Saturday, June 11, 2022

7:00 am Registration Opens

7:00-11:00 am Festival Booths and Activities

8:00 am 5k Run Starts

9:00 am Walk Starts

NHTI Campus, 31 College Drive, Concord NH 03301

Join us during the state’s largest gathering for awareness, support, and advocacy for people who are blind or visually impaired during our Festival for the Future In Sight featuring our 19th annual Walk for Sight and 1st annual Run for Sight 5k!

Future In Sight’s most popular event of the year invites the community to participate with their friends, family, and neighbors. New this year, the event will be held on NHTI’s certified course in Concord and will have a 5k run option, in addition to the walk.

Additional fun activities include face painting, a puppy kissing booth with pups that will one day be Guide Dogs, raffles, live music, and an experience via simulator glasses of what it is like to walk in the shoes of someone with a visual impairment.

Date: Saturday, June 11, 2022 - 7:00am to 11:00am
Location: NHTI Campus

Rural Pride 2022

Presented by: TLC Family Resource Center

Come out and join TLC Rural Outright, neighbors, allies, and community resources at this year's Rural Pride event.  This community-side event will be hosted at Arrowhead Recreation Center in Claremont, NH on Saturday, June 18th from 12-3 pm.  We are celebrating diversity and our LGBTQIA+ community with food, fun, music and games.  This event is free, no registration required.  Check our website often for updates and details:  www.tlcfamilyrc.org/rural-pride-2022

 

Date: Saturday, June 18, 2022 - 12:00pm to 3:00pm
Location: Arrowhead Recreation Center

Professional Headshot Sessions

Get Your Photo Professionally Updated in Lebanon on May 25th

Presented by: Grafton Regional Development Corporation

On May 25, 2022, the GRDC (Grafton Regional Development Corporation) partnered with the River Valley Community College and local commercial photographer, Perry Smith, to offer professionals in our community headshots to add to their website, and social media, or other professional marketing uses.

Date: Wednesday, May 25, 2022 - 10:00am to 2:00pm
Location: River Valley Community College Academic Center in Lebanon

Mayhew- The Movie

Presented by: Mayhew Program

For more than 50 years, Mayhew has been challenging at-risk New Hampshire boys to find their best. The film will take you on the journey from The Groton School Camp to the Mayhew Program. Hear from those that made it happen.

We will have appetizers provided by the Common Man and sweets following the film and Q&A.

mayhew.org for more information or to purchase tickets.

Date: Thursday, June 2, 2022 - 5:00pm to 8:00pm
Location: Red River Theatre

CHaD Hero

Presented by: Children's Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock

CHaD HERO

Sunday, Oct. 9

Dartmouth College Green

Hanover, N.H.

The CHaD HERO is the premier athletic-fundraising event benefiting kids and families receiving care from Dartmouth Health Children’s. Dartmouth Health Children’s is the only comprehensive integrated pediatric healthcare system in the region. We provide all services to infants, children and adolescents whether it is within the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center (CHaD), a community hospital, a specialty clinic, or pediatric primary care medical home.  

Hosted on and around the beautiful Dartmouth College Green in Hanover on Sunday, Oct. 9, the event features a scenic half-marathon as well as a 5K run and walk, and a 1-mile fun run. There is also a virtual option, allowing participants to do an activity of their choosing from anywhere in the world.

All in-person events end at the Dartmouth Green for food, music, and entertainment. Don’t miss out on this family-friendly event. Visit CHaDHERO.org for information.

 

Website: www.CHaDHERO.org

Email: CHaDHERO@hitchcock.org.   

 

Date: Sunday, October 9, 2022 - 10:00am to 2:00pm
Location: Dartmouth College Green

Not for Profit Recharge with BerryDunn

Not for Profit Recharge with BerryDunn

Presented by: KMA Human Resources Consulting

Join us as we discuss the current industry outlook and get a fresh perspective on what’s to come. We’ll look at new and ongoing challenges, tax and financial reporting, emerging workforce solutions, and more. Together, we’ll prepare for the future.

Topics include:

 

Industry outlook and perspective on trends and updates

 

Accounting update: Gain a better understanding of the new lease accounting standard and what it means to your organization

 

Tax compliance: How to adapt to changing regulations

 

Cybersecurity: How to mitigate risk as new threats emerge

 

Workforce solutions: Innovative ideas for increasing employee retention

Date: Wednesday, June 8, 2022 - 10:00am to 3:30pm
Location: Virtual Webinar via Zoom

SUMMER 2022 MASTER ARTISTS AT KIMBALL JENKINS

Public Reception

Presented by: Kimball Jenkins

SUMMER 2022 MASTER ARTISTS AT KIMBALL JENKINS

 

PUBLIC INVITED TO OPENING RECEPTION JUNE 10, 2022 5:30-8PM

 

(CONCORD, NH) Kimball Jenkins presents a highly anticipated art event featuring an exhibition of five master artists and seasoned educators in New Hampshire. The Carolyn Jenkins and Jill C. Wilson galleries will be immersed with large-scale works of art by contemporary New Hampshire artists Richard Haynes, Dustan Knight,  Patricia Schappler, Marcus Greene  and Patrick McCay. A public opening reception will be held June 10, 2022 from 5:30-8pm at the Kimball Jenkins campus; live music, light fare and conversations with the artists will be featured. 

 

The exhibition will serve as the centerpiece for educational programs held at Kimball Jenkins during the summer, including a seven-week mural and creative placemaking internship program for teens, and eight-week summer camp. The youth in both programs will have the opportunity to work with and learn from the master artists in workshops and presentations throughout the summer. 

 

Richard Haynes is an American visual storyteller and cultural keeper. Through his art, Haynes draws attention to the invisible in this world, and to provoke unity.  His work exemplifies the poetic and metaphoric ability of paintings to be a reflection of oneself. In addition to painting, Haynes is a photographer, educator, lecturer, mentor, and a strong advocate for social justice. Originally from Charleston, South Carolina, Richard Haynes served in the Air Force during the Vietnam era. He received his MFA in New York from Pratt Institute in 1979. Today, Hanes is the Associate Director of Admissions for Diversity at the University of New Hampshire. 

 

Dustan Knight is a purposeful and emotionally charged artist, receiving her MFA from Pratt and MA from Boston University. Knight leads workshops which exemplify the gestural and often intangible aspects of monoliths in our natural settings, pulling in materials which lend themselves to intense motions and gestures. The practice of scenic art making which transcends picturesque landscapes in a lineage of New England artistic expression is both inspiring and a challenge to more static modes of representation. The jagged and rich three dimensional passages of mixed media draw the viewer in for vast depths of wonder and stimuli. 

 

Patricia Schappler holds her BFA from UNH and an MFA from Brooklyn College. Schappler is an instructor and nationally recognized figurative artist. Her work delves into the lovable monstrosity of human relationships with one another, within their domiciles and within themselves. The subject at the core is the culture of a model, the meaning and symbolism within their lives, the narrative behind the subject is a rich tapestry of the phenomenological. The larger than life work invites the viewer to gain insight into the relationship Patricia Schappler is enveloped in whilst rendering her journey through the context of each art piece. 

 

Marcus Greene is a painter and educator who is classically trained and critically informed. He received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and Indiana University. For two decades Greene has shared his experience and knowledge with mentees from SCAD, St. Louis University and NHIA/NEC. His work plays out scenes which span multidimensional escapades through memories and nebulas into microscopic life forms. His colors, geometries, and individual characters are set in motion in orchestrated accidents captured in gesture and paint.

 

Patrick McCay is an Irish born Scottish artist who completed undergraduate and graduate studies in Fine Arts at the Glasgow school of art in Scotland; McCay holds a second masters in Fine Arts from the University of Notre Dame.  He teaches painting at the New England College. His work lies between the literal and the abstract, revisiting and re-stating iconic images in Landscape. McCay sees the work as editorialized flashes and fragments of our own experiences re-contextualized in more personal visual interpretations.  He seeks to ask the onlooker to suspend their own visual voice in the temporary acceptance of someone else's.

 

The exhibition will run from June 8, 2022 through August 19, 2022. Gallery hours and events can be found by visiting www.kimballjenkins.com 

Kimball Jenkins is celebrating its 40th anniversary as a community cultural center, with a mission to Cultivate Creativity, Make Arts Education Accessible, and Honor Historic Preservation. The organization works to center diverse voices and remove barriers for programming to traditionally marginalized communities.  Programs include gallery exhibitions, adult arts and history education, and creative youth development.

 

Date: Friday, June 10, 2022 - 5:30pm to 8:30pm
Location: Kimball Jenkins

Leveraging COVID-19 Relief Funds to Support an Equitable and Inclusive Recovery

Presented by: NH Fiscal Policy Institute

New Hampshire has a unique and unprecedented opportunity to invest in both a robust economic recovery and in the long-term health and economic outcomes of all Granite Staters. The State’s flexible COVID-19 recovery funds, granted through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), can be used to provide direct aid to residents as well as to support the state, county, and municipal government services.

Join us on June 9 at 11 AM as we explore the potential opportunities the State has to deploy these flexible federal funds to support New Hampshire’s workforce, residents, and economy through three key policy areas: housing, caregiving, and education.

This event will feature a brief NHFPI presentation and a moderated panel discussion, followed by an audience question-and-answer session.

Date: Thursday, June 9, 2022 - 11:00am to 12:00pm
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