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A bounty of fun events coming up in Concord

Celebrate ceramics at arts center show

The Art Center in Hargate at St. Paul’s School offers up four takes on ceramics from New Hampshire artists. The show runs through Feb. 2 and includes creations by Eleonora Lecei, Megan Bogonovich, Tim Christensen and Boyan Moskov.

What will you find on display? A variety of items, including vessels, wall-mounted work and figurative expressions.

The arts center is at 325 Pleasant St. in Concord and is open Tuesdays through Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Call 229-4644 for more information.

Baroque classics from local symphony

Concord’s own musical powerhouse, the Granite State Symphony Orchestra, brings the Bach with its latest concert.

“Baroque is Back” features work from Johann Sebastian (his “Concerto for Two Violins in D minor”), as well as pieces by Vivaldi and Telemann.

The show is set for Saturday at 8 p.m. at the Concord City Auditorium. Tickets can be purchased through Pompanoosuc Mills on Main Street, online or by phone.

Ticket prices start at $10 and go up to $35. Call 226-4776 for information or visit
gsso.org.

Poet with N.H. roots comes to Gibson’s

P oet Wesley McNair appears tonight at 7 at Gibson’s Bookstore in downtown Concord.

A New Hampshire native, McNair is also the poet laureate of Maine. He will read from his new memoir, The Words I Chose.

You can call 224-0562 for more information on McNair’s visit and about other upcoming events, or visit gibsonsbookstore.com online. Gibson’s is at 27 S. Main St. in Concord.

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