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In the heart of New Hampshire, the picturesque city of Concord stands ready to welcome locals and travelers to a weekend brimming with exciting plans and activities. From leisurely strolls through vibrant farmers’ markets to captivating historical explorations that transport you back in time, Labor Day weekend in Concord, NH, offers an array of experiences that capture the essence of the season’s farewell. 

Whether you’re seeking cultural enrichment, outdoor adventures, or simply a chance to unwind, this guide will unveil the myriad of plans awaiting you this Labor Day weekend.

Labor Day Parade – Monday, September 4th ​​

Francestown’s 102nd Labor Day Celebration. Free fun for all ages. Attractions include a Juried Arts Tent, Games, Wildlife Encounters, Books, White Elephant, Rummage, and Food. The celebration starts at 10:00 a.m.

The parade starts at 2:00 p.m. Theme: Best of Music and the Arts. More Info Visit Labor Day Weekend Celebration Calendar.

Seacoast Food Truck Festival – Saturday, September 2nd

Grab your friends and come celebrate the end of a long workweek with great food, great music, cold craft brews, and cocktails! …this all while shopping unique handcrafted goods, vendor products, and specialty foods.  This Saturday at 11:00 a.m in the Kittery Premium Outlets.

Downtown Concord Farmers’ Market – Saturday, September 2nd

The Concord Farmers’ Market hosts 40+ vendors at peak season. It provides a wide variety of goods including, in-season fresh fruits and vegetables, locally grown meats, honey, maple products, potted plants, cut flowers, wood products, cheeses, dog treats, body care products, and more. This Saturday at 8:30 a.m. in North Main Street, N Main St, Concord, NH, 03301.

New England Muslim Festival – Sunday, September 3rd

Hear ye, hear ye! Celebrating Unity and Cultural Diversity at our 3rd Annual GDPR Cookie Consent New England Muslim Festival in Malden. The New England Muslim Festival (NEMF) is an annual cultural event that aims to promote unity, celebrate diversity, and showcase the rich cultural heritage of New England. This Sunday at 12:00 p.m. in the 405 Pearl St.

First Sunday Jazz Jam – Sunday, September 3rd

The Labor Day weekend in Concord, NH will be a delightful medley of events and activities that bring the community together in celebration. From lively parades to local fairs, residents and visitors alike reveled in the festive spirit. 

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