National Public Health Week - Healthiest Nation 2030

public health weekPlease join us for a week of FREE healthy and fun activities in the Greater Nashua Region. Activities can be enjoyed by all ages! Please note that some activities do require registration prior to the event. For more information please contact Courtney Ellison ellisonc@nashuanh.gov or 603-589-4552. Stay tuned ... more events may be added throughout the first week of April.

Schedule of Events April 1st - 7th

  1. Monday
  2. Tuesday
  3. Wednesday
  4. Thursday
  5. Friday
  6. Saturday
  7. Sunday

Parenting Wisely online parenting course begins courtesy of the Boys and Girls Club off Greater Nashua 

Parenting Wisely is designed to help improve family relations, including parent-child bonding, reducing conflict and improve conversation.

Online registration opens April 1, 2019. Registration and participation in this program will open all year long. Please email Janail Archer, jarcher@bgcn.com, to register and participate in the Young Children Edition. Please email Janeth Orozco-Sanchez, jorozcosanchez@bgcn.com, to register and participate in the Teen Edition.

9:30 AM - 11:30 AM: Public Health Clinic Immunizations 

Nashua Public Library Conference Room 

2 Court Street, Nashua, NH

12 - 1 PM: Walk with the Mayor 

Meet at front City of Nashua City Hall Steps for a downtown walk

1:30 - 2:30 PM: Anyone Can Meditate 

Arlington Street Community Center 

36 Arlington Street, Nashua, NH

2 - 4 PM: Knitting and Crocheting Class

Milford Library Keyes Meeting Room

49 Nashua St, Milford, NH

Learn a new way to relax. No formal instruction, but beginners are welcome to join! Seasoned knitters/crocheters will be available to assist you.

7 -10 PM: Gate City Lindy Swing Dancing 

Arlington Street Community Center 

36 Arlington Street, Nashua, NH

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​Join your community in attending NPHW events throughout the Greater Nashua Region. Share your pictures and experiences on the Division of Public Health and Community Services Twitter and Facebook throughout the week of April 1-7. We look forward to seeing what you and your friends and family are up to! Use #NashuaPublicHealthWeek2019 to keep us posted!