The Insiders: League of extraordinary craftsmen
All your wildest fantasies will come true if you’ll just follow our advice today. (Well, maybe not that one, you weirdo!) Head down to the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen gallery (49 Main St.) today to see the latest exhibit: “Fantasy: Imagine.” All manner of fantastic art is on display today; felt dragons, flying wooden elephants – even an udder-inspired horned hat! Kids and adults alike will be transported to a magical realm as they
take in the sights at this exhibit. Hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30
p.m. For more information,
visit nhcrafts.org or call
The summer reading series at Concord Public Library continues today with Green Thumb Day. Bring your kids down to the Blanchard Room to do a little gardening and learn how to grow your own plant. This
free children’s event takes place at 2:30 p.m. For more information, visit concordpubliclibrary.net or call 225-8670, option 4.
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Finally, some corrections to mistakes we made in last week’s columns. First off, the hot new summer miniseries about a dystopian world where people are trapped in a horrible nightmare is Under the Dome, not Under the DOMA, as we first reported. Second, Texas state Sen.
Wendy Davis’s incredible 10-hour filibuster was not sponsored by a fast-food restaurant, nor was it called the “Chick-Fil-A-Buster.” Lastly, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden is not planning on following Soul Asylum on tour this summer; in fact, Soul Asylum hasn’t been a band for 20 YEARS! WHOOOOOAAAAA! AHHHHHH! SPOOKY GHOST SOUNDS!
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