Nordic ski fans will be pleased with the trails around Concord, with three cross-country ski areas open to the public: White Farm, Carter Hill and Beaver Meadow Golf Course. Mostly flat, these trails are family friendly.
Fiddlers from Scottish, Irish, and Québécois traditions will convene in Concord for the fourth annual Fall Fiddle Festival, a full day of workshops and jam sessions for fiddlers and violinists, followed by an exhilarating evening concert of fiddle music open to the general public on October 19.
The City of Concord has acquired and conserved 26 acres of land connecting Winant Park with Walker State Forest. To ensure the permanent conservation of the property and access for public enjoyment the City granted Five Rivers Conservation Trust a conservation easement on the property.
The lake was still frozen and the M/S Washington was wintering in Center Harbor when the team at Moulton Farm started planning their annual corn maze. John Moulton, owner of Moulton farm in Meredith, recalls few ideas for this year’s theme were discussed, but then the idea of celebrating the Mount Washington came up.
The Somerset Grille of Hooksett will be on hand with their food truck, and Brookford Farm of Canterbury will be selling farm-raised hamburgers and barbeque. The Creamery Café at Shaker Village offers traditional sandwiches and soups and homemade apple crisp.
Scores of vacationers wanting to squeeze out the last bit of their summer headed to the White Mountains during a busy and enjoyable Labor Day weekend.“We’ve received many positive comments from our local businesses about how visitor numbers have been up this summer and spending was on the rise over the holiday weekend.” Said Charyl Reardon, President of the White Mountains Attractions Association. “Travel over Labor Day weekend is most often weather dependent and thankfully the forecast, other than Monday, was for a gorgeous weekend. Certainly, a nice way to end the summer season.”
Do you love to sing? Add your voice to one of Concord Community Music School’s choruses, now welcoming new members for the fall semester.
Concord, NH – September brings fall hours, special programs including a special Sci-Fi First Friday, and a new planetarium show line-up at the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center. The Discovery Center is now open to the public from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, plus the first Friday night of each month from 6:30-9:30 p.m. On Friday night, September 6, Discovery Center Education Coordinator Sarah Beattie will discuss the earliest “science fiction”, the wild stories created by ancient cultures about constellations in the night sky, followed by a look at how 19th and 20th century science fiction inspired new inventions...