The Market Days issue

Jul 13, 2010
12:00 AM
Concord Public Library

Book of the week

Romancing Miss Bronte Juliet Gael 2010, 416 pages Setting: Victorian England Juliet Gael has created a remarkable fictional work based on the life of Charlotte Bronte. Using scholarly sources, and Charlotte's own letters, the author brings Charlotte and her family to life. Gael skillfully creates the sisters' personalities using insights provided by the characters from Charlotte's novels and imagining the impact…

Jul 13, 2010
12:00 AM

Where The Insider goes, nobody knows!

We're afraid of heights, but these brave scouts from Troop 88 clearly are not. They recently visited the High Peaks region of the Adirondacks in upstate New York. "Of course, we carried a copy of the Insider wherever we went," wrote scoutmaster Phil Donovan. "We took this photograph at the top of Whiteface Mountain, the home of the 1932 and 1980 Winter Olympics alpine events." From left:…

Jul 13, 2010
12:00 AM
Delish!

Cookbook with fav meals from Bow ladies

The women at Bow Mills United Methodist Church, 505 South St., Bow, recently published a new cookbook. The book features favorite recipes gathered from members of the church along with pictures of memories old and new. The cost is $10. To purchase a book or for more information, call 228-1154.

Jul 13, 2010
12:00 AM
Say hello to . . .

Leadership Greater Concord's class of 2011

Kim Murdoch, chair of the 2011 Leadership Greater Concord steering committee, is pleased to announce the selection of the Leadership Greater Concord Class of 2011. Leadership Greater Concord is a program sponsored by the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce and is designed to foster civic awareness in the community. The class of 2011 includes: Kate Atkinson, St. Paul's Church; Renee Beyer, Ocean Bank; Alan Blake, NHTI-Concord's Community College; Michelle Bunnell, Northway Bank; Alexander Cohn, Concord Monitor; Michael Cretella, Orr & Reno, PA; James Doherty III, The H.L. Turner Group, Inc.;…

Jul 13, 2010
12:00 AM

Mystery photo

July 25, 1953, was a red-letter night in the history of Concord - the first time the ConcordElectric Co. illuminated bright electric lights that replaced the far dimmer gas lights on Main Street. The lights will be even brighter this Friday with the opening of Downtown Market Days. Today's mystery photo quiz: Where was the photographer standing when he took the picture? Look for an…

Jul 13, 2010
3:25 PM
Editor's note

Yay! It's time for Market Days!

Hey there, and welcome to The Concord Insider’s guide to Market Days. “What is Market Days?” you may be asking yourself, “and how does it concern me?” Lucky for you, reader, that’s what we’re here to exlain: Market Days is the biggest and best party downtown Concord throws every summer. It’s three days of entertainment, food, events and lots of shopping deals. We’re here to extend a personal invitation…