Events for October 17, 2018
Details for the “HUNTER is HERE” scavenger hunt are as follows:
August 1, 2018 - October 31st, 2018.
1. The picture of Hunter, will be hiding in 15 locations around Concord, MA for you to find. Pick up the scavenger hunt form at the Concord Visitors Center or participating merchants. Then LOOK for Hunter in each location. When you find his picture ask for your scavenger hunt to be stamped to show you found Hunter.
Get stamps at all 15 locations and reveal the secret message!
Return the completed hunt to the Concord Visitors Center with at least 10 stamps by August 30th, September 28th or October 30th to collect your “Hunter is Here!” button and to be entered into the drawing for your very own HUNTER at the end of each month.
WIN a HUNTER!! Drawing August 31, 2018, September 28, 2018 and October 30, 2018
2. Weekly drawing. When you find the picture of Hunter, take a screenshot and share it with @hunterfoundit on Instagram or with the hashtag #hunterishere to enter the weekly drawing Friday’s in August, beginning August 10th.Find out more »
As part of the 2018 Concord Festival of Authors, we present Wednesday Writing Workshops at Be Well Be Here! Michelle Hoover, head teacher of Grub Street's successful Novel Incubator program, kicks off the program on October 3 with LESSONS FROM THE NOVEL INCUBATOR, an introduction to revision tactics from the early explorations of your manuscript […]Find out more »
CONCORD – Rev. Dr. Jim Sherblom will discuss his new book, Spiritual Pilgrim: Awakening Journeys of a Twenty-First Century Transcendentalist, as part of the Concord Festival of Authors - Bridge Year, on Wednesday, October 16 at 7:00 p.m. The event will take place in the Periodical Room of the Main Library at 129 Main Street […]Find out more »
This weekly jam session is for the advanced beginner/intermediate who has little or no experience playing with other musicians or wants to add to their skillset. Some knowledge of the old-time tune- and song-repertoire would be helpful and class participants are welcome to bring song- and tune-books and ideas that they want to attempt with […]Find out more »