Author: Lianne Prentice

Congrats, Graduates!

Emma, Ally, and Grant have become our most recent grads heading out into the world, following a joyfully sunny ceremony here on Saturday.  We are so pleased by the steps they’ve taken this year to really assume the reins of

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Slumgullion, A Local-Foods Pop-Up Restaurant Fundraiser, Returns!

Join us on Saturday, November 12 at 6pm for a truly memorable meal, all in support of The Community School’s commitment to offering educational opportunities to students from diverse backgrounds.  Check out the menu and then reserve a space or

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New Course Descriptions!

Courses at The Community School In order for such a small program to do justice to the wealth of information, perspectives, and resources available to teachers and learners, our studies follow a thematic rotation: The Ancient World; The Americas: post-contact

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2016-17 Classes Are Ready for Enrollment!

Afternoon block classes have, with significant input from students, been established, and will continue our study of the modern era (1900 to the present). Middle School (grades 6-8) choices include: Mediation and Conflict Resolution; Explorers of the Modern Age; Transportation:

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Slumgullion: A Pop-Up Restaurant 12/12/15

Join us for a unique and exciting dining experience, as students and their teacher prepare and serve you an exquisite locally-sourced meal. All proceeds benefit the student trip to the Czech Republic, Germany, Switzerland, and France, an expedition culminating a

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Slumgullion, A New Restaurant at TCS: Eating Locally to Travel Globally

The Community School, of South Tamworth, is raising money for our year-end trip to Europe in a uniquely delicious way. We will be hosting a monthly pop-up restaurant, using the best of locally-grown meats, vegetables, fruits, and dairy to create

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Custom Rocker Made from TCS Willow, Maple and Oak

This Saturday, April 11, you’ll have the chance to bid on a custom rocker made from hard maple, red oak and willow woods from three significant trees in The Community School’s yard. Many have swung from the oak, sat under

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Okimono Ivory Fisherman at Auction, Plus American Antiques

Yes, the eclectic mix of wonders keeps coming in for your bidding delight!  This Saturday, from 7-9:30, you’ll be tempted by an intricately carved ivory happy fisherman in the Okimono style.  This figurine is in excellent condition.  Antique Americana more

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Celebrate Community Auction Teaser

We hope you’ve got The Community School’s annual Celebrate Community Scholarship Auction date emblazoned on your calendar:  This Saturday, April 11, from 7-9:30pm on Bunker Hill Road in South Tamworth.  The ever-lively George Cleveland is donating his services as master

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