Current Programs

Here at the ASCC, we are committed to providing free opportunities surrounding Health and Social Services, Youth and Family Development, Academic Achievement, and Community Engagement. If you would like to get involved in any of our programs, please email ascc@nashuanh.gov

Community Nights

Community Nights are an opportunity to have free food, fun activities, and meet new people every Friday night (unless noted otherwise). Community partners and passionate individuals have a chance to share skills and games with the attendants. Be sure to check our "News" page for this week's theme.

Open Hours

Starting October 2022, Open Hours will occur after school gets out until 6pm. Students can do their homework, play games, and have a safe space to learn and play. From 7pm to 8pm, adults may use the Center for meetings, use the computer lab, or meet new people. Please contact ascc@nashuanh.gov for more information.

Preschool Readiness Program

Beginning early October 2022, our Preschool Readiness Program is for children between the ages of 2 years and 10 months and 5 years old who have not attended Kindergarten yet. In collaboration with Rivier University's Education students, this program provides free play-based learning for the youngest in our community. 

Registration due Sept. 20, 2022

Academic Tutoring

Providing free academic support through local volunteers is critical for increasing equitable education opportunities. Whether you would like to volunteer, or to sign up your child, please email ascc@nashuanh.gov for more information.

My Community Program

For young adults and children in the community, having a voice is very important. My Community Program is designed to give young people the space and tools to make positive change in their community. Through mentorship, individuals will learn how to start programs and plan events.

Special Events

Throughout the year, keep an eye on our Calendar and our News page for one-day events. These events can celebrate local accomplishments or holidays and traditions.

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