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June 23-29 named N.H. Talking Books Week

The New Hampshire State Library’s Talking Books Services division has been named the 2013 Network Library of the Year by the Library of Congress’ National Library Services for the Blind and Physically Handicapped section. In recognition of this achievement, Gov. Maggie Hassan issued a proclamation naming June 23-29, 2014 “New Hampshire Talking Books Week.” N.H. Talking… 0

June 24, 2014
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Audubon to offer Nature Day Camps this summer

Have your kids ever thought about how nature recycles? Do they ask where our water comes from? Do they wonder how plants and animals survive harsh weather or food shortages? If so, N.H. Audubon has those answers and many more as its Nature Day Camps program kicks off for 2014. Offering six sessions beginning this week and running through the week of Aug. 11 for children ages 4 through… 0

June 24, 2014
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6th annual strawberry festival in Bow June 28

The Bow Mills United Methodist Church will hold its 6th Annual Strawberry Festival on June 28, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 505 South St., Bow. Festivities include food, vendors, dance, disc dog, service dog, packgoat and karate demos. There will be a blessing of the animals at 10:15 a.m., a kids station for activities and musical entertainment by The Kid Jazz Band, Bow Mills Junior… 0

June 24, 2014

Concord Public Library Book of the week

For more information about the Concord Public Library, visit concordpubliclibrary.net. Howl’s Moving CastleDiana Wynne Jones1986, 212 pagesFiction When summer rolls around, it’s always good to remember our favorites – those perennial stories we keep coming back to year after year. Howl’s Moving Castle is one such story. Written by the masterful… 0

June 24, 2014
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Time to dust off the old air guitar for the Granite State Music Festival

The third annual Granite State Music Festival will bring two big stages and even bigger sound to Concord this weekend for two full days of family-friendly fun June 21 and 22. The New Hampshire music scene is always at the heart of this celebration, a weekend of non-stop music, artisans, food and outdoor summer fun.… 0

June 17, 2014
Shout out to good ole’ Billy SHakes

This is a mid-paper announcement that Midsummer Night Magic is back

Midsummer Night Magic, a summer solstice extravaganza, will parade into Downtown Concord for its 3rd year on June 20. Midsummer Night Magic is a summoning of community spirit, an evening festival of the unexpected, and a treasure trove of family-friendly fun. The magic will take over the courtyards and side streets of downtown Concord with live performances, multicultural musings,… 0

June 17, 2014
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It took just one flight of stairs to cause to Tim to run out of breath. On a normal, non- pregnant day, it typically takes at least two. 0

June 17, 2014
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The grimace on Tim’s face shows just how difficult it is to tie your shoes with a big old pregnant belly. 0

June 17, 2014
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Momentum is key to rolling over with an extra 35 pound belly. We’re still waiting to see if he’s been able to roll back. 0

June 17, 2014
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Intown Concord needs Market Days volunteers

Intown Concord is calling all lovers of downtown to volunteer at the 40th annual Market Days Festival to be held Thursday through Saturday, July 17-19. We guarantee that as an Intown Concord Market Days volunteer you will have fun and at the same time help to make your city, community and Main Street a place that is enjoyable for all. If you have a few hours on July 17, 18 or… 0

June 17, 2014