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Five Things to do This Weekend in Concord

Patch has you covered if you need weekend plans.

 

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When/Where: June 1 at the Barrett & Company Real Estate offices in Concord, Lincoln and Carlisle Centers. The Concord office is 33 Walden St., Concord, MA. Event starts at 9 a.m.

Why go: Do your part in supporting the troops. Read about the touching Operation American Soldier packing party we attended and get more info.

Cost: Free.

 

2.

When/Where: June 2 at the , Stow St & Everett St, Concord, MA at 10 a.m. 

Why go: This year the Ducky Race and Fair will once again feature its famous Lucky Ducky Raffle, where 30 prizes valued at over $3,000 will be awarded, including an iPad2, iPod, gift certificates to area restaurants, concert tickets and much, much more.

Cost: Free

 

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When/Where: All day on June 2 at , 40 Stow St., Concord, MA

Why go: This spring, Concord is going blonde! The Alexander Children’s Theatre School (ACTS) is presenting the Tony Award-nominated musical Legally Blonde, which will run June 1-10 (six performances), at the Emerson Umbrella Center for the Arts.

Cost: $15

 

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When/Where: June 3 at noon. at , 89 Thoreau St, Concord, MA.

Why go: Send the kids to paint something with their Father/Grandfather – or go stealth and bring them to make something for Dad on the QT -- and get 50 percent off the Studio fee! Paired with an optional story time to enjoy the fun tales, Shopping with Dad and the new Barefoot title,Father-Daughter Tales, both books will be discounted for participants. All ages. Prices vary depending upon selection.

Cost: Free

 

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When/Where: June 3 at 3 p.m. , 65 Main St., Concord, MA

Why go: In Exit, her tenth book, Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot explores the ways we leave one thing and move on to the next; how we anticipate, define, and reflect on our departures; our epiphanies that something is over and done with. The result is an enthusiastic, uplifting lesson about ourselves and the role of transition in our lives.

Cost: Free

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