General Community Resources

The George H and Ella M Rodgers Memorial Library

194 Derry Rd
Hudson, NH 
603-886-6030
Teen Librarian: James Taber
​Childrens' Librarian: Betsey Martel
www.rodgerslibrary.org
The library has many great children’s programs, adult and teen programs, and educational resources. These programs start for children as young as birth. In addition they also have museum passes for your family at a free or discounted price once you are a member.

Nashua Public Library
2 Court Street
Nashua, NH 03060
603-589-4612

Teen Librarian: Ashlee Norwood

The library has many great children’s programs, adult and teen programs, and educational resources. These programs start for children as young as birth.

St. Joseph’s Hospital

www.stjosephhospital.com

St. Joseph’s Hospital has a variety of opportunities and resources for the community. These include: “Dinner with the Docs” (Educational classes), Community Health Education classes, Support Groups, and an online weight-loss program (“Lighten up Nashua”). Please see their website for additional details.

Nashua Public Library

2 Court Street
Nashua, NH 03060
603-589-4601
http://www.nashualibrary.org

The library has many great children’s programs, adult and teen programs, and educational resources. Some of the programs they have for teens include: Anime Club, Writing group, and "Crafternoons" (craft time). They also have that are museum passes for your family at a free or discounted price once you are a member.​

Town of Hudson Recreation Department

2 Oakwood Street
Hudson, NH 03051
603-880-1600
http://www.hudsonnh.gov/departments/hudson-recreation

Hudson Youth Baseball

Contact: Shaun Doran, Email: sdoran13@aol.com

Hudson Youth Baseball
www.hudsonyouthbaseballnh.org
Contact: Shaun Doran, Email: sdoran13@aol.com, P: 603-765-5356
Hudson Youth Baseball has baseball programs for children ages 4-15. Please contact them for additional information.

Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains

Contact: Amanda LaClair
888-474-9686 x4151
Email: alaclair@girlscoutsgwm.org
www.girlscoutsgwm.org

The Girl Scouts Mission is: "Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place." Girl Scouts is based around their Promise and Law. The Law includes principles and values of which they can obtain pins. Girls anywhere between the grades of Kindergarten and their Senior Year of high school can participate. The Girl Scouts also has a summer camp.

Cub Scouts

The cub scouts are dedicated to fostering personal-best and team cooperation. They understand that strong values, leadership and life skills build solid character and good citizenship in young people. They are introducing boys to scouting. The cub scouts involves achievement areas where they can earn badges. There are three packs, based on geography:

Chris Cooper - Pack 21 (Serving North Hudson)
pack21cubmaster@yahoo.com
978-495-2907

Gary Gasdia - Pack 20 (Serving Central Hudson)
cubmaster@pack20hudson.org
www.pack20hudson.org
603-791-1526

Jon Jozokos - Pack 252 (Serving South Hudson)
jozokosjs@comcast.net

4-H

329 Mast Road
Goffstown, NH 03045
603-351-3843
Contact: Jolee Chase, email: jolee.chase@unh.edu

The misson of 4-H emphasizes the importance of involving youth in the learning process. It is offered free of charge to youth ages 5-18. Areas of National Focus include: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math, Health Living and Citizenship.

Senior Activity Center

70 Temple Street
Nashua, NH 03060
603-889-6155
www.nashuaseniorcenter.org

The Senior Activity Center has programs for adults ages 50 and older. They have reasonable membership fees, and costs to cover their programs. The have classes (exercise, hobbies, special interest…), medical screenings, day trips, seminars, workshops and a thrift shop on site.

United Way of Greater Nashua

20 Broad Street
Nashua, NH 03064
www.unitedwaynashua.org

The United Way of Greater Nashua is a funder, convener and advocate for the community. They partner with local service providers to fund programs that address the most pressing needs in the Hudson area. Funding priorities are established by volunteers and are guided by the Community Needs Assessment. Because they know our community is strongest when all of the residents enjoy good health and well-being, they focus on programs with proven track records.

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