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Sep 01, 2015
11:05 AM
Digging in the dirt

Want to know why Bow is so beautiful? Meet the Bow Garden Club

If you’ve ever taken a leisurely drive through the town of Bow, there’s a good chance you’ve seen some of the Bow Garden Club’s handiwork.  At the gazebo, they’ve planted pink roses and yellow daylilies in memory of founding member, Tempie Dahlgren, and keep the flower boxes looking bright and beautiful. Rotary Park is another one of their stomping…

Sep 01, 2015
12:36 PM

Celebrate culture, learn about art and stuff your face at Mill Brook

Can you think of a better way to spend the second Wednesday evening of every month than by learning a little something about art while enjoying a nice snack? We didn’t think so. And you can do it right here in Concord when you get off the couch and check out Wednesday’s Wisdom Pot Luck at the Mill Brook Gallery, co-sponsored by the Kimball-Jenkins Community Art School. The program entails a guest (usually someone related to art in some capacity) coming to speak to whoever wants to listen about art, and attendees are encouraged to bring a dish or dessert to share (if you forget, don’t worry…

Sep 01, 2015
12:05 PM
Soak up every last drop

Summer is going away soon, but these outdoor markets sure aren’t

We stopped by the Concord Farmers and Concord Arts markets this weekend right before the calendar flipped to September.

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