- Past Events and Trainings
- 2017 NH Fiddle Ensemble Concerts
- Resilient Communities: The Prevention Connection
- 2017 Kappa Delta Dinner & Auction
- 2017 Unsung Hero Awards
- NH Fiddle Ensemble at Exeter
- NH Fiddle Ensemble at Concord
- Part Natural, Part Learned
- 2016 Kappa Delta Dinner & Auction
- Unsung Hero Awards 2016: Local parents awarded for strength
- Parent Advocacy Day teaches parents to speak up
- NH Fiddle Ensemble for Child Abuse Prevention 2015
- Science of Relationships: The Prevention Connection
- 2015 Kappa Delta Dinner & Auction
- Unsung Hero Awards 2015
- Parental Depression: Impact on Families and Children
- Kappa Delta Dinner and Auction 2014
- 'How I Learned to Drive' Talkback
- Unsung Hero Awards 2014
- Snow Much Fun Softball Tournament 2014
- NH Infant Safe Sleep Symposium
- FSNH National Network of Family Strengthening Networks Summit
- Nurturing Healthy Sexual Development - a workshop for home visitors and family support professionals.
- Seeing is Believing: Training in Videotaping Strategies to Improve Parenting
- Substance Abuse During Pregnancy and Beyond Conference 2013
- Strengthening Families Summit 2013
- Unsung Hero Awards 2013
'How I Learned to Drive' Talkback
Our Executive Director, Keryn Bernard-Kriegl, took part in a talkback at Keene State College after a script reading of the 1998 Pulitzer Prize Winning play 'How I learned to Drive' by Paula Vogel. The talkback, which was held on February 26, 2014 at the Wright Theatre in the Redfern Arts Center, focused on recognizing and taking action against child sexual abuse.
A talkback is a post-show discussion where you meet with members of the artistic staff and cast. This is a chance to ask any questions about the show or artistic process and insight into the author's work. Keene State College's talkbacks feature a panel of guests specializing in the area of discussion to provide information and points of view generating discussion. The audience is encouraged to participate in this open format, and offer their own insight, experiences or questions relating to the given topic.
"...How I learned to Drive is a tremendous achievement, genuine and genuinely disturbing... This is, quite simply, the sweetest and most forgiving play ever written about child abuse... Vogel's delicate tactic makes sense not only as a way to redouble the dramatic effect, but as a representation of reality, a perfect case of the form fitting subject."
- The Village Voice
"(Keryn), thank you for the best Talk Back we've had in some time! All the students said how much they enjoyed it and really appreciated your including them in the conversation as well as the insights you provided. (Everyone), including our cast, gained much from your perspective and knowledge. Your materials, too, were so greatly appreciated! It has been a pleasure having you on our crew!!"
- PeggyRae Johnson, Artist-in-Residence, Department of Theatre and
Dance, Keene State College