26th annual juried exhibit features the finest League work from around the state
Latest McAuliffe-Shepard exhibit runs through Jan. 5
For reasons that will become perfectly clear in next week’s Insider, we’ve put together a farewell scavenger hunt. We’ve cobbled together a message from locations all around Concord; it’s on you, the reader, to figure out which signs and spots these pictures are from. Email your answers to <a href="mailto:email@example.com">firstname.lastname@example.org</a> and we’ll reward the person who gets the most...
Some of the top entries from its summer-long photo contest.
Latest exhibit ‘New To the Gallery’ runs through Oct. 11
We checked out the annual mineral show at Everett Arena – and we really dug it!
The folks at Concord’s Camp Spaulding work to make that motto a reality.
The Mill Brook Gallery is located at 236 Hopkinton Road. For hours and more information, visit themillbrookgallery.com or call 226-2046.
Intrepid reader Page Cannon found nine out of ten items in our scavenger hunt – that’s good enough to earn her the crown! Cannon will receive a $25 gift card to Capitol Craftsman for her trouble. Read on to see her take on where she found the items.
School’s still in session at Concord High over the summer, and the kids from the ACCESS program celebrated by putting on a talent show! Gotta catch them all! We shot a couple quick videos at the show, too – check them out at theconcordinsider.com or on our Facebook page.
Reader Earl Burroughs has always been a great source of classic Concord photos. If you’ve seen one in the Insider over the last few years, chances are he sent it to us. Well, he recently hooked us up with a treasure trove of new classic photos, so we thought we’d share a bunch of them with you at once. Check out these slices of Concord’s past!
Hot Topic has long been the go-to clothing haven for goths, punks, cyberpunks, teenyboppers, tweenyboppers and the like. We stopped by to see what we could discover (besides that being over 30 is like, way old).
Exhibit runs at the League gallery (49 S. Main St.) through September. For more info, visit nhcrafts.org.
Have pictures from Market Days (or any other awesome Concord events, for that matter)? We want to see them! Send them via email to <a href="mailto:email@example.com">firstname.lastname@example.org</a>. Thanks.
Exhibit runs through Aug. 23 at the 10 Hills Ave. Gallery. For more info, visit mcgowanfineart.com
The Mill Brook Gallery is located at 236 Hopkinton Rd. For more information, visit themillbrookgallery.com or call 226-2046.