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Concord-Carlisle Community Chest partners with Concord Together to create the Business Fund

The Concord-Carlisle Community Chest announces the availability of grant funds to local businesses.  The Community Chest has partnered with Concord Together to create the Concord Together Business Fund. These funds will go directly to help small businesses with urgent needs in light of the COVID-19 crisis. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis. Visit  […]

SUMMER ARTS OPPORTUNITIES

UMBRELLA ARTS SUMMER ARTS @ HOME Summer Arts @ Home offers 8 weeks of themed art activities designed for either 5-9 year olds (K-3) or 10-14 year olds (4-8). Each week’s “Treasure Box” includes 10 activity sets designed by our experienced teachers, with all materials available for easy purchase (or you can use materials you […]

Make some music! Here are some options …..

Concord Conservatory (CCM) Offers Introductory 4-Pack for New Students The Concord Conservatory of Music offers all the benefits of traditional music lessons from the convenience and safety of your home. Through simple, user-friendly technology, skilled CCM instructors come to you live via online music lessons. Your customized Online Lesson-4-Pack is 4 half-hour private lessons at […]

Concord Town Election Day June 11 – Candidates Forums

Concord Town Election Day June 11 Concord Candidate Forums were videotaped this week – see links below: Select Board Forum School Committee Forum Meet the Candidates: SELECT BOARD CANDIDATES   Henry Dane What is the biggest problem facing Concord and how would you correct it? The Concord Journal asked the candidates, giving them a 200-word […]

Meet the Candidates Running for School Committee

The Concord Town Election is June 11th. Please consider voting early by mail. Here is the link. The three candidates Fatima Mezdad, Maribeth Cusick, and Alexa Anderson each gave Livingconcord.com a write-up highlighting their candidacies. Below you can learn a little bit more about each of them. Fatima Mezdad My name is Fatima Mezdad.  I […]

Concord Museum’s Memorial Day Offerings

  To commemorate Memorial Day and pay tribute to those who died in service to our country, The Concord Museum has crafted a special edition of History at Home.  The program includes an introduction, comments on Ralph Waldo Emerson (whose birthday is today), a tribute to Peter Brooke, and then four vignettes about the Melvin […]

I Scream, You Scream, We all Scream for Ice Cream!

New Englanders love ice cream…. and no better place to get it than right here in Concord & Carlisle! With the warmer temperatures and new COVID restrictions, you have more options to get your ice cream. Check these businesses for open hours & carryout options.   Bedford Farms, 68 Thoreau Street, Concord     Reasons […]

Congratulations CCHS Class of 2020!

The CCHS administrators dropped off lawn signs to the Class of 2020 this week. Many thanks to the Parents Association and all involved in decorating the rolling school bus!   Mike Mastrullo, CCHS Principal and Brian Miller, CCHS Vice-Principal jumped off bus at each graduate’s home to deliver the lawn signs and congratulate the student  – all […]

Concord Celebrates a D-Day Hero’s 98th Birthday!

  On Saturday, May 9th, over 100 cars with hundreds of people lined up to celebrate Peter Orlando’s 98th Birthday. Peter is a Concordian and a D-Day Hero. Cars full of adults, kids and dogs lined up and drove by the Concord WWII Veteran who sat in his bench in is driveway and cheerfully waved […]