Today we welcome summer in Concord, NH, As the sun reaches its peak, the city comes alive with a dazzling array of August events. There’s something for everyone, from cultural festivals to family fun and outdoor adventures.
Join us as we take you through the best of Concord’s August events, ensuring you don’t miss out on this season. Get ready to embrace the warmth and joy of summer.
Free Eagle Square Concert – Freese Brothers Big Band – Thursday, August 3rd
Join us for free community concerts in Eagle Square on Thursdays with a variety of musical acts for all ages. This Thursday, Aug 03rd at 07:00 pm. This is brought to you by Concord Parks & Rec and Walker Lecture Series. Donations are accepted at all music performances and are greatly appreciated. Money collected will be used toward our 2024 Summer Concert Series.
Pointless Culture – Friday, August 4th
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Join us on Friday, August 4th at 20:00 pm for Pointless Culture, at Bank of New Hampshire Stage, New Hampshire, United States of America, Don’t miss your chance, Get your tickets for Pointless Culture today.
RB Productions 20th Anniversary Celebration – Saturday, August 5th
The Concord-based premiere youth theater company, RB Productions, celebrates its 20th birthday this summer. RB Productions was started in the spring of 2003.
Join us on Saturday, August 5 at 18:00 pm for RB Productions 20th Anniversary Celebration, at Bank of New Hampshire Stage, New Hampshire, United States of America, Don’t miss your chance. Get your tickets for RB Productions 20th Anniversary Celebration today.
Live Music with Due South at Makris – Sunday, August 06th
Join Due South at Makris and enjoy some live music and great food before summer comes to an end. On Sunday, August 6th from 1PM-4PM. Location: 54 Sheep Davis RD, Concord, NH.
Learning through Play: A Closer Look at Guided Play Practices – Tuesday, August 8th
In this second summer workshop, presenters will dive deeper into guided play practices. This workshop will focus on going deeper into guided play practices: connecting play to content, making learning through play visible, and developing 21st-century skills through play-based learning. Each afternoon will include opportunities to hear directly from teachers who have integrated these practices into their classrooms. Tickets for Learning through Play: A Closer Look at Guided Play Practices can be booked here.
Yoga in the Park: Intro to Primal Yoga – Tuesday, August 15th
Join us for FREE yoga in the park class on the State House lawn on Tuesday, August 15th from 1 PM-2:30 PM. A grounding and enlivening experience in your animal body, for starters. Primal yoga will engage you physically in ways you’ve likely not felt in an ordinary yoga or exercise class. Its organic movement (think of it as yoga postures with weighted movement) will awaken your whole being.
You do not need a gym membership or training equipment to become limber, healthy, and fit — just your own body, and Mother Earth. Dress in comfortable, weather-suitable clothing, and bring a water bottle and mat, if you wish.
Something Wild’s 25th Anniversary Celebration – Thursday, August 17th
An afternoon of nature-based fun as we celebrate the 25th anniversary of the award-winning podcast Something Wild. You can expect to frolic through the brand-new pollinator gardens, learn more about the on-site raptors, and enjoy activities throughout the center.
We will have two different scavenger hunts, lawn games, a special blend of pollinator seeds for you to bring home for your own yard, and a food truck on site.
This is a family-friendly event with wheelchair and stroller-accessible trails.
Please register for each member of your household over the age of 2. Tickets for Something Wild’s 25th Anniversary Celebration can be booked here.
Making Strides Workshop – Thursday, August 24th
An hour to learn from each other to make the biggest impact with your fundraising efforts for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of NH. From 07:30 am to 08:30 am on the Red River Theatres Inc., 11 South Main Street, Concord, United States. Tickets here.
Educational Retirement Class in Concord, NH – Tuesday, August 29th
An engaging and informative seminar. Some of the important topics that we will be discussing are tax rate risk, retirement income planning, maximizing social security, retirement distribution pitfalls, losses during retirement matters, and more.
The presentation is one hour long followed by a general Q&A after. Tue Aug 29 from 06:00 pm to 07:00 at the City Wide Community Center, 14 Canterbury Rd, Concord, United States. Get your tickets by clicking here.
Bull Meadow Summer 2023 Wedding Open House – Thursday, August 31st
We’re hosting a Wedding Open House on Thursday, August 31st from 4:00 pm – 7:15 pm. This “open house” is a little different from the expos that we’ve hosted in the past. The barn will be set up for a wedding so that couples can get a better idea of what it will look like on their big day.
We’ll also have some of our exclusive caterers in attendance, along with one or two bakers, florists, and DJs. You can pick from one of the following sessions and there are a limited number of tickets for each session. (4:00 PM – 5:30 PM or 5:45 PM – 7:15 PM)
This event is free, but you must register in advance, and each couple can bring up to 4 people with them (6 people in total). More details will be provided as the date approaches and questions can be sent to Events@BullMeadow.com.
As the season continues, remember to mark your calendars and join in the festivities that resonate with your interests. Whether it’s immersing yourself in the rich heritage of the cultural festivals or embarking on thrilling outdoor escapades, Concord’s August calendar promises to leave cherished memories and newfound connections.
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