Concord’s Caregiver Café returns

Published: 5/14/2019 12:58:06 PM
ConcordCaregiver Café

Concord Regional VNA and The Birches at Concord are offering a Caregiver Café on June 6 from 4:30 to 6 p.m. at The Birches at Concord, 300 Pleasant St., in Concord. The Caregiver Café is held on the first Thursday of each month at the same time. Caregiving is a crucial role that at times can be challenging. To support and honor those who are giving care to loved ones, we offer a monthly Caregiver Café. Join us to connect, share, and learn with other family caregivers. Light refreshments will be served. Registration is required. Please RSVP to Ashley Tino at 224-9111.

ConcordJoin Sunset League

Be a part of the tradition! The Concord Sunset Baseball League is looking for players, coaches and sponsors for the upcoming 2019 season. Text sunsetleagueinfo to 555888 or call Steve at 496-3674 or 224-3377, ext. 16.

BelmontLive music and fire-spinning

Three bands will be featured in a free outdoor concert in Belmont village June 1 as part of the town’s 150th anniversary celebration. While present and past students of Belmont schools are encouraged to attend to rekindle old friendships during this special year, this summer event is open to all. Stolen Thunder (stolenthunderbandnh.com), featuring Belmont resident and alumnus Shawn Chase, will start the event off at 4 p.m. The second band of the evening down by the Belmont Mill will be 19 Miles Per Hour (19milesperhour.com) featuring the wonderful vocals of brothers Michael and Danny Iacopucci, BHS alumni. During the first two acts, talented performers of Cirque de Light (cirquedelight.com), will provide roving entertainment of stilt walkers and contact jugglers. Bring your camera for a unique selfie! At 6 p.m., that evening, there will be a short presentation of three mural panels designed and painted by students from the elementary and middle schools in celebration of Belmont’s Sesquicentennial. The mural panels represent the town’s past, present, and future. Come support their efforts and share stories of your own childhood memories of the Gale School, Memorial Building, current Elementary, Middle and High Schools. Radio Roulette f/k/a Local 23 Band (radiorouletteband.com/music) are scheduled to begin around 6:30 p.m. and provide dance music to bring us to dusk for an awesome Fire Spinning Show by the Cirque de Light performers. This is a free outdoor event, so save the date now and help spread the word with family and friends. For more information, please contact Gretta Olson-Wilder, special events coordinator, at 998-3525 or email her at events@belmontnh.org.

HopkintonAnnual dinner

Merrimack County Conservation District invites you to its Annual Dinner on May 30, at Beech Hill Farm in Hopkinton from 6 to 8 p.m. Enjoy dinner catered by Mink Hills Catering of Warner and a short talk by Tom Curren on The Return of the Merrimack Wonder, an underdog story of a pepper near extinction that has made a comeback in N.H. An enjoyable evening, especially for the gardening enthusiast! Learn more about the Merrimack County Conservation District while appreciating the views and ice cream of Beech Hill Farm! For more information, please contact the district at 223-6020 or email info@merrimackccd.org for a brochure!




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