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Volunteers needed for Intown Concord events

Intown Concord is putting out a call to rally lovers of downtown to volunteer for its summer events. We are looking for our volunteers to work the June 4 event “Upstairs/Downtown” – a walking tour of the upper stories of downtown buildings, and the 40th Annual Market Days Festival to be held July 17-19. We guarantee that as an Intown Concord volunteer you will have fun and… 0

April 29, 2014
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Concord co-op holding Super Mom Contest

Of all the professions in the world, one of the most thankless may just be the job of motherhood. Fortunately, Mothers Day is just around the corner, giving us the opportunity to show our mums a little motherly love and thank them for all the hard work they do. In honor of mothers throughout the area, the Concord Food Co-op has a little extra Mothers Day challenge for you: Enter… 0

April 29, 2014
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N.H. Council on the Arts to offer two workshops

The N.H. State Council on the Arts is presenting two new workshops as part of its Artist Entrepreneurial Workshop series. “The Art & Science of Light & Color for the Artist,” led by interdisciplinary artist and educator R.P. Hale, will explore the science behind light and color theory and how they can influence the important decisions artists make when creating artwork,… 0

April 29, 2014

Concord Public Library Book of the week

For more information about the Concord Public Library, visit concordpubliclibrary.net. Ten Years In the Tub: A Decade Soaking in Great BooksNick Hornby2013, 485 pagesNonfiction For more than a decade, author Nick Hornby has contributed a monthly column to the arts and entertainment-centered magazine The Believer. In the humbly titled “Stuff I’ve Been Reading,”… 0

April 29, 2014

Domestic violence vigil set for May 4

What can faith communities do to help end the silent crimes of domestic and sexual violence? They can give women a safe place to tell their stories and hear, perhaps for the first time, these words: “We believe you” or “This is not your fault.” More than nine faith communities in Merrimack County are banding… 0

April 22, 2014
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Eli Frydman was so good in Concord High School’s production of Amadeus, we can’t tell if that’s his real hair or if he’s wearing a wig. 0

April 22, 2014
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Keith and Tim hold cow hearts. And try not to make grossed-out faces (thanks to Kristen McGonigle for taking this photo). 0

April 22, 2014
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Trevor Potter to speak at COD fundraiser May 6

The Coalition for Open Democracy (COD) is thrilled to announce that Trevor Potter, former chair of the Federal Election Commission, campaign finance expert, and legal advisor to the “Stephen Colbert Super PAC” will be the keynote speaker at our May 6th fundraiser at the Capitol Center for the Arts at 6:30 p.m. Potter is the founding President and General Counsel of the Campaign… 0

April 22, 2014
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Rain garden workshop May 3 at NHTI

A rain garden is a shallow, bowl-shaped garden, similar to a perennial garden, that is designed to capture rainfall and snowmelt. Rain gardens help to keep nearby lakes and streams healthy and clean by soaking up the rain and pollutants found in stormwater. On Saturday, May 3, from 8:30 am to noon in the Multi-purpose Room (Student Center 102) at NHTI, there will be a free Rain… 0

April 22, 2014
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‘American Winter’ to be screened at Red River

For millions of middle-class families across our country the reality of falling from the middle-class into one of poverty has become more and more of a reality. Families that once had working, thriving parents are facing some of life’s greatest challenges to support their families. Emmy-award winning filmmakers Joe and Harry Gantz have created an intimate snapshot of the state… 0

April 22, 2014