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A Cultural Taste through Concord

July 10, 2024 9:00 am Published by Comments Off on A Cultural Taste through Concord

Concord is home to various kinds of restaurants depending on your choice of cuisine. Experience a cultural taste through Concord with the different cuisines you’ll find here. Journey through Concord’s cooking, refreshments, and sustenance.  Farfelle Italian Market Wine and Cafe Visit Farfelle Italian Market Wine and Cafe for Italian groceries. Here, you’ll find delicacies like infused olive oils, aged vinegar,...


Concord for the Outdoor Adventurer

June 16, 2024 9:00 am Published by Comments Off on Concord for the Outdoor Adventurer

In Concord, you’ll find several opportunities to explore the great outdoors. From hiking trails, sanctuaries, and biking, you’ll always find something fun to do. Here are four activities for the outdoor adventurer.  Go Camping Among Concord’s Nature Disconnect from technology and be one with nature by camping along Concord’s numerous campgrounds. There are so many health benefits when you choose...


Summer Activities in Concord

June 6, 2024 9:00 am Published by Comments Off on Summer Activities in Concord

Welcome to summertime in Concord. School’s out. The sun is shining. And the weather is warm. To celebrate the beginnings of summer, let’s explore all the fun summer activities happening in June and beyond! The 35th Annual Garden Tour Smell the flowers at Concord’s 35th Annual Garden Tour on June 7 and 8. Every year, The Concord Museum Guild of...


American Novelist Louisa May Alcott at a desk

4 Famous Novels Set in Concord

May 20, 2024 9:00 am Published by Comments Off on 4 Famous Novels Set in Concord

Concord is rich in literary history. Authors like Emerson, Hawthorne, and Louisa May Alcott made their homes here. When walking around Concord, you’ll discover the sites where these authors, and others, wrote famous novels that have stood the test of time. Some of these sites include The Orchard House, Walden Pond, The Wayside, Sleepy Hollow Cemetary, and the Old Manse....


Celebrating Memorial Day in Concord

May 10, 2024 9:00 am Published by Comments Off on Celebrating Memorial Day in Concord

Every Memorial Day, America honors and mourns the brave men and women who died while serving the United States. Observed on the last Monday of May, this holiday brings moments of silence, parades, and ceremonies to give our thanks to the fallen. Concord takes part in Memorial Day by holding several different activities of remembrance. History of Memorial Day in...


April Events in Concord

April 10, 2024 9:00 am Published by Comments Off on April Events in Concord

In April, we observe many holidays and special events from honoring moments in history to taking vacations from school and enjoying the great outdoors. In Concord, you’ll find many events in April for multiple interests. Here are four upcoming events to look out for this spring season.   Patriots’ Day 2024 Massachusetts residents commemorate the battles of Lexington and Concord every...


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Family-Friendly April Activities in Concord

April 3, 2024 9:00 am Published by Comments Off on Family-Friendly April Activities in Concord

This April school vacation, what better way to enjoy time with your kids than to take them to Concord? This town offers many fun activities for all different ages. Whether you want to explore the outdoors, get something to eat, or have a taste of culture and history, Concord has got you covered.  Here are four family-friendly April Activities to...


Remembrance of George Washington Dugan

August 13, 2023 12:03 pm Published by Comments Off on Remembrance of George Washington Dugan

By Edward Feather On Saturday, July 15th at 10:30 am a ceremony was held at Monument Square in Concord to honor and remember George Washington Dugan for his service to his country and for all he did to protect everyone’s freedom. The memorial was beautifully done with celebratory speeches, history, singing, a moment of silence, a march from the square...


Meet the Tour Guides: Amy Cole

June 25, 2023 11:58 am Published by Comments Off on Meet the Tour Guides: Amy Cole

The Concord Visitor Center  recently debuted a new YouTube series: Meet the Tour Guides. Each week, a new Concord Tour Guide is interviewed about themselves and their life as a tour guide. Amy Cole was the first interviewee, starting the series off on a strong note. She began the interview by discussing how she got into giving tours. Cole recalled...


Press release from Concord’s 2025 Executive Committee:

January 6, 2023 5:34 pm Published by Comments Off on Press release from Concord’s 2025 Executive Committee:

April 19, 2025, marks the 250th anniversary of the historic battles of Concord and Lexington, a tumultuous event that began a revolution still heard around the world. As the nation prepares to celebrate a quarter of a millennium since its birth, Concord understands all eyes will turn to this small town as the 250th approaches. Presidents have attended past milestone celebrations,...