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The Concord Minutemen celebrate fifty years with a dinner out, and Friday Flicks at Fowler starts up again.
Concord-Carlisle Human Rights Council brings several choruses together to honor Dr. King, and the Concord Players hold children’s auditions for The Sound of Music.
Arts, Local Connections
Join the Thoreau Society in a walk around Walden tomorrow, and check out CYT’s annual fundraiser and program offerings.
Tea at the Colonial Inn, spa services, and some art.
Arts, Holiday Guide
Holiday spirit comes out in song with a concert by the Concord Chorus and the opera Amahl and the Night Visitors.
Arts, The Neighborhood Files, Awareness
Creator of Wee Forest Folk celebrates 40 years in business, and the Concord Band presents its Holiday Pops concert.
Arts, Count Us In
This week’s library Author Talk features a book about a local suffragist; Louisa May Alcott has tea in Japan; and a local mom sees her son’s work lauded.
Arts, Local Connections, Holiday Guide
Communities for Restorative Justice get an award, Community Chest collects toys, and the United Women’s Club holds a fair.
The library hosts their Holiday Book Sale, the Umbrella hosts their Winter Market, and the Health Survey is here.
Artists Jean Lightman and Anne Krinsky show their art, and CYT is looking to add seats to their new space.
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