Everyone’s a winner in this league

The Beaver Meadow Ladies Twilight League recently held a Rally for the Cure golf outing. This year marks the second year that the league has hosted the event.
The purpose is to emphasize the importance of early detection in the successful treatment of breast cancer and to support the mission of Susan G. Komen for the Cure to eradicate breast cancer as a life-threatening disease.

Growing weary of your woodwind garage band?

Concord Community Music School announces that auditions for its Scholarship Ensemble Program, including the Scholarship Vocal Ensemble, Scholarship Jazz Ensemble, Scholarship Woodwind Quintet and the Scholarship String Quartet, will take place through the end of September.

Wash your car, help capture some criminals

For one weekend only, if you get your car washed at one of several local facilities, you’ll indirectly be helping to capture wanted criminals. Well, sort of.
On Sept. 29 and 30, Concord Auto Spa, 109 Manchester St.; Uno’s Car Wash, 164 Loudon Road, Integra Car Wash, 5 Integra Drive; and 109 Manchester Street Car Wash, 109 Manchester St., will donate the proceeds from cleaning the grime off of your vehicle to Concord Regional Crimeline.

Froggle Rock

We received this photo from Penacook resident Alice Colby.
On the back was the date Aug., 22, 1991. Alice attached a sticky note that read, “These prices are gone forever and so is my friend (Ginny Alexander). I’m in the booth (Alice Colby). Can you hear me now?”
Alice, we’re pretty sure she can.
Now, about the frog. It’s a painted rock, right? What visionary crafted such a fine amphibious specimen? And how funny would it be to put the frog rock in a stream or river? Okay, maybe that’s more on the creepy side. But still.

Blast from the past at the Audi this weekend

Picture: Show choreographer Hector Emond of Allenstown will sing and dance his way through “Oh, How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning.”

Poor Bambi

Crisp fall days signal the start of hunting season in New Hampshire. The best resource for hunting in the Granite State is the 2007-2008 N.H. Hunting Digest, the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department's handy, pocket-sized publication, available at http://www.wildlife.state.nh.us/Hunting/hunting.htm (click on the orange publication cover) or pick up a free copy at Fish and Game offices and license agents.

Shakers throw a party

Autumn in New Hampshire brings brilliant foliage, refreshing breezes, and Canterbury Shaker Villages’ Harvest Days, Saturday and Sunday, September 29th and 30th, from 10a.m. to 5p.m.

Celebrate the bounty of rural New England in a breathtaking setting with artisans, craftspeople, musicians, delicious food, hands on activities and fun for the entire family.

Check out these Manchester museums, for free

To celebrate Smithsonian Magazine’s National Museum Day, eight of Manchester’s museums and cultural attractions will open their doors to visitors at no charge on Saturday, Sept. 29. Participating museums will offer special activities and free admission from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Stop at any of the sites and pick up a map showing locations and listing events and activities. Participating museums are: Amoskeag Fishways, the Aviation Museum of New Hampshire, Currier Downtown, the Franco-American Centre, the Lawrence L.

Vegetarian cooking class

A vegetarian cooking class, "Innovative Breakfasts," is held Monday, Sept. 17, at Concord High School at 6 p.m. Preregistration is required. Call Concord Community Education, 225-0804 or visit classesforlife.com.

Yoga to the power of 108

The Global Mala Project will be celebrated the weekend of Sept. 21-23 in over 35 countries from Hong Kong to Tel Aviv, London to Cape Town, Sydney, to the hub event in Los Angeles and even to the lawns of the state capitol in Concord.
The goals of the Global Mala are to unite the collective consciousness of the global yoga community through practices based upon the sacred cycle of 108, to celebrate United Nations International Peace Day and to raise money to aid people and the planet.

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