The Insiders: Get your Passport to Nature
Consider this column your passport to good times, Concord. Cut it out of the paper and keep it with you – anyone you show it to should immediately know you’re cool and want to hang out with you. Tonight is proof that you don’t have to leave the city limits to have fun. Head down to the New Hampshire Audubon (84 Silk Farm Road) today at 10 a.m. for a Passport Walk guided by sometimes Monitor columnist Ruth Smith. Pick up a copy of the Audubon’s Passport to Nature, then check out the grounds while you search for the passport box hidden somewhere along the path. If you can get your passport stamped, you’re well on your way to qualifying to win a copy of Mary Holland’s new book Naturally Curious. Do you know why they call us Whiskers? Because we’re curious like a cat! For more information, visit nhaudubon.org.
Elsewhere, Blue Seal hosts a benefit dog wash from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Bring your dog down to get clean or just swing by to pick up some of that wet dog smell!
Red River Theatres’s Xtreme Movie Night is back tonight with The History of Future Folk, the chronicle of Brooklyn’s very own alien hipster bluegrass band. Spinal Tap meets Close Encounters with a hint of Hot Day At The Zoo. For more information, visit redrivertheatres.org.
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