Fun for your valentines
Feb13

Fun for your valentines

Sweetheart shuffle GoodLife Programs and Activities will be hosting a dance on Wednesday from 2 to 3:30 p.m. In addition to dancing to music by Bill Parker, there will be goodies and raffles. And if you’re a wallflower, that’s fine too, just come to watch and spend time with friends. Cost $5. For more information, call 228-6630 or email info@goodlightnh.org. Have to say “I love you” in a song Concord Coachmen will again offer singing...

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Entertainment: Take your honey to comedy or concert
Feb13

Entertainment: Take your honey to comedy or concert

Live Music Wednesday Dean Harlem at Concord Craft Brewing from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Kid Pinky at Hermanos at 6:30 p.m. Open Mic Night to fundraise for weather-proof guitar for Kevin Clark at Area 23 at 7:30 p.m. Irish Music with David Levine and Roger Duhaime at Area 23 at 5:30 p.m. Thursday April Cushman at Cheers from 5 to 8 p.m. Mike Morris at Hermanos at 6:30 p.m. Bach’s Lunch Lecture at Concord Community Music School at 12:10 p.m....

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Stand-up show ready for Valentine’s Day
Feb13

Stand-up show ready for Valentine’s Day

The next monthly comedy showcase at Tandy’s is one they hope you’ll love. “For the Love of Laughter: A Valentine Standup Comedy Show” will be held Feb. 13 at 7:30 p.m. with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. Laughta in New Hampsha, a project of Nodo Productions, has assembled a performance by five New England comedians hosted by Rick Gauthier. The comedians are Chad Blodgett of Claremont, Stephanie Elliot of Massachusetts, Chris Justice,...

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Community Players perform rom-com
Feb13

Community Players perform rom-com

Opening Valentine’s Day, the Community Players of Concord present Neil Simon’s The Odd Couple – The Female Version. This is Simon’s own 1985 adaptation of his fabulously popular play about two friends who really shouldn’t live together but decide to give it a try. Here, it’s Olive Madison who is the easy going, sloppy divorcee who agrees to take in Florence Unger, her high strung, ultra fastidious friend, after Florence’s husband...

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This week in history
Feb13

This week in history

Feb. 11, 2000: A Massachusetts development company is considering building a large shopping center anchored by a supermarket on land in the South End, the Monitor reports. Working through a local real estate agent, the company has approached at least 10 different property owners in a triangular-shaped area between Hall and South Main streets near Exit 13 off Interstate 93. Feb. 11, 1941: President Franklin D. Roosevelt appoints John...

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CYPN: Emily Sullivan has a thirst for sustainability
Feb13

CYPN: Emily Sullivan has a thirst for sustainability

Emily Sullivan How old are you? I am 24 years old. Where do you live? I live in Canterbury. I am originally from Hanson, Massachusetts, but knew I had to relocate for college. I miss being so close to the ocean, but I consider New Hampshire my home now! Where do you currently work? I work for Southern New Hampshire University as an Academic Advisor for graduate STEM students. What’s your favorite part of your workday? I enjoy first...

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Legion Auxiliary, students send support
Feb13

Legion Auxiliary, students send support

American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 21, of Concord participated in a statewide project, Holiday Card Challenge, to provide holiday cards to active duty servicemembers. Chairwoman Kyme Locke, a member of Unit 21, and her mother, Barbara Locke, contacted local schools to involve children in this project in memory of her cousin, George Phillip Desmarais Jr., who was a Marine who died in service to his country. The elementary and middle...

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Is wealth waiting for you in fastlane?
Feb13

Is wealth waiting for you in fastlane?

Millionaire Fastlane By M. J. DeMarco 322 pages nonfiction   We’ve been taught to be employees, not millionaires. It’s not our fault, but DeMarco explains how we can correct the road we are on. By saying goodbye to the Slowlane, we can speed into the Fastlane where wealth is waiting for us. It’s really about having your own business, but not just any business. One that meets the commandments of Control, Entry, Need, Time, and...

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City Newsletter: Lots of things happening with the library
Feb13

City Newsletter: Lots of things happening with the library

The city manager’s office sent out the City Manager’s Newsletter last Friday. The full newsletter can be found by going to concordnh.gov and clicking the “Newsletter” button. Here are some highlights: Concord NEXT zoning update public meetings The Phase 1 Draft of the new Zoning Code will be presented in a series of public presentations and stakeholder meetings on Feb. 18 and 19. Come to a small group stakeholder session to learn...

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Bulletin Board: Meetings and gatherings
Feb13

Bulletin Board: Meetings and gatherings

Governor to present at chamber forum The Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce invites members and the public to its annual State of the State forum featuring New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu on Thursday from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Grappone Conference Center, 70 Constitution Ave., Concord. Sununu will share what economic challenges and opportunities are priorities for the state in 2020. Attendees will gain insight into initiatives and...

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1923
Feb13

1923

It was the summer, of nineteen twenty-three, Martin and Emily, came to be.   A touch of a hand, a walk in the dark, a moment on the bridge, deep in the park.   A view of the fountain, a moon so bright, that first kiss, on this special night.   James W. Spain

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The meaning of different flowers
Feb13

The meaning of different flowers

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, giving flowers often comes into mind – actually the statistics show that Valentine’s Day is the most important day of the year for florists. Over the past several centuries books on the “language” a.k.a. “meaning” of flowers have been published, many accompanied by pastel drawings of the flowers and their perceived meanings. Today, there is a wonderful array of books available filled with...

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