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Bourbon tasting at the Barley House

Join The Barley House and Jim Hildreth from Southern Spirits & Wine for an informative and fun evening. Jim will take us through the origins, the process, and the flavor profiles of this very American spirit.

The presentation will take place in our newly renovated B-Lounge. The room features exposed brick walls, leather couches, billiards, and an impressive copper bar. Relax and enjoy the holiday season with The Barley House!

For more information, visit or call 228-6363.
The Barley House

Dinner and a murder mystery

Herb Fillbrook is married to three different women, all at the same time. When all three wives and Herb show up at the Big O'Tree Inn, all kinds of fireworks occur - including MURDER!

On Saturday, December 1, 2007, the Bow Mills UMC Players will host

Help out the SPCA while you eat

UNO Chicago Grill in Concord is hosting a fundraiser for the Concord-Merrimack County SPCA. The restaurant will donate up to 20% of your check to the shelter when you Dine-in or Take-out on Wednesday, November 28th.

Simply call the SPCA for a coupon, or ask your server to include your check in the SPCA fundraiser. Help yourself to a wonderful meal while helping the homeless animals at the shelter - it's a win-win. For more information, call 753-9801 or visit
Concord-Merrimack County SPCA

Handel times 77

The Timothy and Abigail B. Walker Lecture Fund will present Concord

Fine art meets geothermal heating

The work of Jane Goldman, Matthew Smith, Rebecca Ronstadt and Doug Blum will be presented in a fundraising event for New Hampshire Audubon at the 21st century Victorian demonstration home at 45 Creekwater Lane in Loudon.
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Following its successful and sold out

Cheap skates

The annual Ski and Skate Sale will be held on Saturday, Dec. 1, at the Green Street Community Center. The event is co-sponsored by the Capital Ski and Outing Club and the Recreation Department.
Doors open at 9 a.m. and the sale ends at 2 p.m. Consignment items should be brought to the community center on Thursday, Nov. 29, from 4:30-8 p.m. or Friday, Nov. 30, between 8:30 a.m.-7 p.m. There is a 20 percent commission fee for all items sold. All items not sold must be picked up on Monday, Dec. 3, from 8:30 a.m.-7 p.m. at the Green Street Community Center.

Go green on Black Friday

Green Concord will be hosting its first annual Green Friday Event taking place
this Friday, Nov. 23. Participating downtown stores will be offering a relaxing atmosphere with refreshments and raffles as an alternative to Black Friday.

Downtown Concord Businesses selling green, natural and socially responsible
products have banded together to form the first of its kind Green Trade
Association. The group called Green Concord Organization was initially formed by
like minded stores wanting to promote eco-shopping and environmental awareness

Make a wish

Concord Firefighter Andy Davis receives an angel from Wish Child Emily, 9, of Center Harbor. The paper angels are a product of the New Hampshire Credit Union League

History lesson from way back

On Tuesday, Nov. 27, at 6:30 p.m., the Concord Antique Gallery is sponsoring a presentation by Peter Brodeur in connection with National American Indian Heritage Month. Brodeur, a local storyteller, will present a program on the lifestyle of the local/indigenous Abenaki Indians before contact with Europeans, utilizing a combination of authentic and reproduced artifacts, and traditional stories from the Abenakisrich oral tradition.
It is a unique opportunity to learn about a people that were here, and are still here, for thousands of years.

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