Entertainment galore

The Concord Community Concert Association's upcoming season begins Friday, Sept. 14, with the performance of the Celtic Tenors. The association is presenting the following series in its 2007-2008 season:
* The Celtic Tenors - Sept. 14, 7:30 p.m., Concord City Auditorium. International favorites, concerts and TV, from Dublin, Ireland
* The Polyjesters - Nov. 8, 7:30 p.m., Concord City Auditorium. Jazz, swing, country, folk and humor by four musicians from Canada. Ukulele, fiddle, percussion and bass.

CCTV Picks

Here's what's on Concord's local TV station this week.
Delusions
A short film written and directed by Concord residents Ryan Scura and Dylan Ladds about the dangerous tricks the mind can play.
Catch the indie-action on Channel 22, Monday, Sept. 10, to Thursday, Sept. 13, at 5 a.m. and 5 p.m.

SeniorSpeakNH
Host Bob Williams speaks with Peter Ames and Darlene Nadeau of the American Cancer Society about the purpose of their organization and upcoming events and activities.
The show airs on Channel 22, Monday, Sept. 10, to Thursday, Sept. 13, at 6:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.

Dinner on the Cheap

Our old friend Paul DeAngelis stopped by last week - yes, that's right, we have old friends; the Insider began life nearly a year back - to ask that we spread the word about the 8th Annual Concord Boys & Girls Club Alumni Dinner.
It's going to be held at the club on Wednesday, Sept. 19, at 7 p.m., and it's open to anyone, whether you're an alum or not. (The club is at 55 Bradley St., as if you didn't know that already.)

Leaf peeping pays off

In an attempt to rope in out-of-state tourists, the New Hampshire Historical Society is offering free admission to the society's Museum of New Hampshire History for all those who visit the White Mountains this fall. All you need is a receipt from any area hotel, attraction, restaurant, gift shop or gas station.

What to do when being chased by wild animals

Remember the photo of the two bears from last week? That was from photographer Dirk van der Merwe, whose work is on display at N.H. Audubon's McLane Center, 3 Silk Farm Road.
We wanted to find out more about the man behind the camera, so we sent him some deep questions to ponder.

Do you have a favorite place to visit? Ihaha on the Chobe River in Botswana, Ibo Island in Mozambique, the Kuiseb River in the Namib Desert. (It might be time to brush up on our world geography. Was that answer in English?)

Smarty-pants dogs graduate with honors

The New Hampshire Department of Corrections recently held a graduation ceremony for two service dogs.
The dogs were trained by inmates at the New Hampshire State Prison as part of a partnership with Pathways to Hope of Casco, Maine.
A third dog participated in the 18-month program, but did not complete training. It was given an honorable discharge and permitted to attend the ceremony. That dog will be placed in a home in the Concord area.
The Insiders gave the graduates and almost-graduate caps to mark the occasion. So yes, the photo was tampered with. But only a little.
Katie Henry

Oktoberfest comes to Manchester

Bratwurst, sauerkraut and beer, Oktoberfest is here!

N.H. Master Chorale would like some singers

The New Hampshire Master Chorale is currently holding auditions for the 2007-2008 season.

The NH Master Chorale is a non-profit organization established in the spring of 2003. This chamber choir is dedicated to excellence in the art of choral music performance. Members of the group are trained singers, auditioned from around the state of New Hampshire.

Rehearsals are held on Sundays from 5:30 until 8:00 p.m. at the Concord Community Music School. Concerts are given in November and May.

Kick back, relax, and get educated

This fall UNH Manchester will host a series of lunchtime discussions where people can kick back and listen to professors and community leader’s present information about their research and current trends. Discover such topics as Deaf community and culture in NH, the healing power of nature and the changing internet experience.

Fall writing classes with famous people

This fall, NHWP is offering an exciting opportunity for writers to work with renowned poet Maxine Kumin, acclaimed children’s author David Elliott and four former New Hampshire Literary Award winners: Christopher Brookhouse, Jim Collins, Terry Farish, and Hillary Nelson.

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