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...

Concord250

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.

03.5.2024

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

03.8.2024

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...

Arts & Culture

03.10.2024

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...

03.14.2024

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.