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Available Membership Types
  • ORPP Active Member
  • ORPP Alumni
Requirement for Membership

You or your child's caregiver must be a resident of Durham, Lee or Madbury and have one child not yet in First Grade.

Oyster River Parents and Preschoolers (ORPP) is a non-profit preschooler activity group open to families in the Oyster River School District (Durham, Lee & Madbury). Our members organize events and activities throughout the month for children (birth through kindergarten) during the week, parent activities in the evenings and family events on the weekends. We contribute to the greater community through community service activities as directed by our members.

Each month ORPP provides:
· Free toddler & kid activities
· Family fun events at local venues
· Parent’s night out
· Local farm & business tours
· Arts & crafts
· Service opportunities
· E-newsletter & event calendar

You will need to become a member to view these activities!
To become a member just register through the bigtent.com portal to the right. Just fill out your name and email and a personalized invitation will be sent via email. We use this site to ensure complete privacy of information. ONLY MEMBERS may view contact information and it is for personal use only.

To Advertise with us visit our public website at orppnh.org

Recent News

Announcements News

End 68 Hours of Hunger

1/11/2017 (4 mos ago)
The community of Oyster River offers a weekend food program for
students, End 68 Hours-Oyster River. This programs purpose is to send
home a supply of food every Friday with any child who feels /whose
parent(s) feel this would be helpful. This process will be done in a
confidential manner. The food products... read more »
Announcements News

Durham Fire Department Coat Drive

11/26/2016 (6 mos ago)
For the second year in a row, the Durham Professional Firefighters
Local 2253 union is participating in Operation Warm, a national
campaign run by the International Firefighters Association to buy new
jackets for children in need. Last year, Durham's firefighters donated
30 coats to kids in Durham, Madbury... read more »