- 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
NH Fiddle Ensemble at Exeter
NH Fiddle Ensemble concert-goers fill Exeter Town Hall
EXETER — More than 200 music lovers filled Exeter Town Hall on Saturday, April 16, to see the NH Fiddle Ensemble in action while raising money to prevent child abuse and neglect in New Hampshire.
The NH Fiddle Ensemble is a group of acoustic musicians including guitars, mandolins, banjos, and basses. More than 40 musicians ranging in age and expertise came together to produce a high-quality show of rock, folk, country, pop, Irish, swing, classical, cajun and bluegrass tunes.
“It was great to see people of all ages come out to enjoy the music,” said Diane Hastings, Communications Director of NH Children’s Trust. “We had so much fun watching young musicians hula-hoop onstage, yodelers and performers with glow-in-the-dark fiddle bows.”
Proceeds benefitted NH Children’s Trust, the NH chapter of Prevent Child Abuse America, with special help from the Grappone Automotive Group. April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, and the concert is just one of many ways NH Children’s Trust spreads awareness to gain support for prevention strategies.
“I am so grateful to my friend Ellen Carlson, the Ensemble and Grappone Automotive Group for helping us spread our message of the importance of strong communities, family support and child abuse prevention,” said Keryn Bernard-Kriegl, Executive Director of NH Children’s Trust, “These partnerships help us make a difference for children in the Granite State."
NH Children’s Trust’s mission is to lead the drive to eliminate child abuse and neglect in our state. They believe all children can thrive in a safe, stable and nurturing community and family.
Want to learn how you can help make lives better for children and families in your community? Visit nhchildrenstrust.org/StandUpNH.