Easter egg hunt
The Concord Recreation Department will hold its annual Easter egg hunts in Rolfe, White and Keach parks on April 19 at 10:30 a.m. for Concord/Penacook children up to fourth grade. Children should bring their baskets and be on the lookout for the three enchanted golden eggs at all locations. Each golden egg discoverer will receive an age-appropriate Easter basket custom made by parks and recreation employees.
For more information, call 225-8690 or visit on Facebook.
The Concord Recreation Department’s adult spring soccer league will be held Sundays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Keach Park, with an official to referee all matches. Teams consist of a minimum of nine players and a maximum of 14. The league will play seven vs. seven on a reduced-size field.
Games will begin May 4 and last until June 15, with no meet up on May 25. The cost is $50 for residents and $60 for non-residents. If you are interested in signing up, visit concordnh.gov/recreation, call 225-8690 or visit the recreation staff at 14 Canterbury Road on the Heights.
Safe driving videos
AG Supermarkets (Sully’s of Allenstown, formerly Bi-Wise), the Allenstown Police Department, the Pembroke Police Department, and the administration at Pembroke Academy are sponsoring a short film contest to encourage high school students to make good choices when it comes to distracted driving. The goal is to bring awareness to two of the biggest causes of distracted driving: texting and drinking, and the fatal consequences associated with both. Though this issue is always relevant, it becomes more so on prom night. Prom-eligible student have produced original 60-to 90-second films addressing the issues of distracted and impaired driving.
The community is asked to visit youtube.com/user/AGNewEngland to vote for your favorite video through Monday at 8 a.m. Voters must “Like” their favorite video by clicking the thumbs-up button underneath it. The top 10 highest-rated videos will move on to final judging by the contest’s advisory board.