The Barnstormers Theatre of Tamworth, New Hampshire’s oldest summer theatre, kicks off its 2019 season on June 27thwith a performance of “Damn Yankees” sponsored by the Mount Washington Cog Railway, the oldest mountain-climbing railway in the world. To celebrate the railway’s 150th anniversary and the opening of the show, the theatre and the railway have partnered with the Tamworth History Center, Tamworth Distilling and Art in the Age Café for evening of art, history and local offerings.Surrounded by farm fields and bordered by a meandering river, with plenty to see and do along Main Street, Tamworth Village is an experience not to be mi
Celebrating its 45thyear, Market Days Festival is a three-day street festival on Main Street in Downtown Concord, NH running June 20thto 22nd from 10am- 10pm each day. The big event features 150+ exhibiting vendors and stores, local food and drink, multiple stages for entertainment, an arts market, Kids zone, Touch-A-Truck, and a variety of live performances in NH’s capital city over the course of three days.
Season wraps up June 6 & June 13 at Concord Community Music School
During May, Mental Health Awareness Month, Concord Community Music School is partnering with Riverbend Community Mental Health with a choral concert, panel discussion, and weekly presentations that highlight the use of music in mental and behavioral health treatment.
In May, Concord Community Music School faculty come together in an exciting new musical collaboration – celebrating music across the continents with a free Bach’s Lunch lecture and concert focusing on the spirit of international adventure and improvisation!
On Saturday, May 4, from 10:30 – 4 p.m., Concord's McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center will present AerospaceFest, New Hampshire’s annual aerospace festival. Visitors will be able to engage in a wide variety of hands-on science and engineering activities at the festival, to enjoy the Discovery Center’s newest planetarium show, and to meet former NASA Administrator Sean O’Keefe.
Songweavers Women’s Chorus of Concord Community Music School presents its annual spring concerts, entitled “I Am Light,” April 14 in Manchester and April 27 in Concord
CONCORD, NH—The public is invited to “Discover the music inside you,” when Concord Community Music School opens its doors for the free Community Music Fest, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm on Saturday, April 6, at 23 Wall Street in downtown Concord, New Hampshire. The Community Music Fest is a whole new spin on the Music School’s former Performathon event, with a goal of ramping up the interactivity and fun! No musical experience is necessary to participate in all-ages jam sessions, workshops, performances, and other musical family activities. While the Fest is taking place, the Instrument Petting Zoo runs from 11am to 2pm, giving everyone a chance to try more than a dozen musical instruments with help from friendly volunteer musicians. Concord Community Music School’s Community Music Fest is free to attend. A full schedule will be available the week before the event. For more information, call 603-228-1196 or visit www.ccmusicschool.org.
The March Mandolin Festival Workshops on Saturday and Sunday, March 2 & 3, are full to capacity, with more than 50 participants coming from as far away as Quebec, New Brunswick, and California.
There’s nothing the Concord Community Music School loves more than music and people who make music. Celebrate both at two free Bach’s Lunch programs, “One Song, Many Voices: Interpreting the Great American Songbook” and “Make Someone Happy: Musical Valentines,” February 7 and 14, respectively.