Arts & Culture

03.1.2024 - 03.24.2024

The Minutes

An evening in Big Cherry – a small town in anywhere USA – and the city council meeting unfolds in real time, unmasking undercurrents that threaten to undo life as they know it … and driving the question, “How far would you go?” Award-winning playwright Tracy Letts’ (August: Osage County) new play was called one...


03.1.2024 - 03.29.2024

Women’s History Month in Concord

Women’s History Month in Concord - Highlighting women’s role in progress we have made to preserve, protect and expand the foundational principles of self-determination, equality, and liberty for all people. Details to be announced. Part of Concord 250.


Meet the PS4

Meet the PS4 Tuesday, March 5 from 12-6 PM at the Main Library Ages 11 to 19 Check out our new collection of games for the PS4 and give us suggestions of what to add!

Arts & Culture


Conservation in Action: Historic Clothing Collection

Drop in to the Lisa H. Foote History Learning Center during your visit to the Concord Museum to see conservators conducting a detailed survey of the Museum’s historic clothing collection. See the clothing collection in a unique setting and learn about the ongoing and important work of preserving the Museum’s collection. This program is ongoing...

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Blight: Author Emily Monosson in Conversation with Brent Ranalli

Emily Monosson’s book Blight: Fungi and the Coming Pandemic is a prescient warning about the mysterious and deadly world of fungi—and how to avert further loss across species, including our own. Fungi are everywhere. Most are harmless; some are helpful. A few are killers. Collectively, infectious fungi are the most devastating agents of disease on earth, and a...


King Lear at Concord Free Public Library

King Lear Thursday, March 14 at 6:30 PM at the Main Library Register Join actors Stephen Collins and Poornima Kirby for this haunting, darkly funny adaptation of Shakespeare’s timeless classic. This one-hour production draws directly from Shakespeare’s text. Sponsored by the Friends of the Concord Free Public Library.