McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center to Host Virtual Super Stellar Friday
Highlighting both the ongoing support that the arts contribute to the health and well-being of the state’s communities as well as the challenges the arts sector in New Hampshire has faced throughout the pandemic, the N.H. State Council on the Arts announced today that it is seeking nominations for the 2021 Governor’s Arts Awards.
Kimball Jenkins presents Architecture that Endures, with Mark Hopkins, an exploration of the qualities that make Concord’s best architecture last for centuries – and why preservation is important to community pride.
Concord Community Music School is welcoming new and continuing students for private lessons and ensembles, including several exciting new “Inside the Music” remote classes in musical theatre, traditional music, and Song Club that begin February 1. Please visit www.ccmusicschool.org for a list of offerings and biographies of our talented faculty members, who have been outstanding in staying connected with their students and delivering highly praised virtual teaching. Enrollment is ongoing throughout the spring semester for private lessons, with the popular student recitals and weekly performance workshops continuing on YouTube and Zoom this spring. Welcoming participation from young children, teens, and adults into their 90’s, financial aid is available and central to the Music School’s inclusive mission.
Best Buddies Friendship Walk: June 5, 2021 at the State Housein Concord, NH. The Best Buddies Friendship Walk: Concord, New Hampshire is the latest life-changing movement. Since 2009 more than 250,000 participants have walked in over 60 cities and raised more than $24 million for Best Buddies.