COMMUNITY EVENTS

Consider attending these events sponsored by other organizations around New Hampshire and beyond to gain an even wider perspective on the world.*

* Community events are not necessarily endorsed or sponsored by WACNH

UPCOMING EVENTS

Free Film Showing: This Changes Everything

When? July 21st @ 7PM

Where? Red River Theaters, Concord NH

Explore how climate change has impacted nine countries across five different continents through this inspiring film

Presented by NextGen and The Appalachian Mountain Club


Fiesta de Musica: Drum and Bugle Corps Competition


When? July 23rd @ 5:30PM-8PM

Where? Memorial High School, Manchester, NH

The  Fiesta de Musica drum corps show will feature drumline "battles" where drumline ensembles perform head-to-head in competition. There will be three drumline battles at the show from around the nation, as well as from Canada.

For more information: http://www.muchachos.org

Catching the Sun FREE Film Screening


When? Friday, July 29th @ 6PM

Where? Nashua City Hall, 229 Main Street

Join the League of Conservation Voters in the free screening of Catching the Sun. This documentary highlights the global race to a clean energy future in the US and China, following workers in entrepreneurs striving to find work in the solar panel industry. 

Join author Prakash Jha in presenting Blushing in Boston

When? July 30th @ 5PM

Where? Gibson's Bookstore, Concord, NH 

Visit Gibson's Bookstore and discover 27 short stories with roots in three continents; North America, Asia, and Europe!



Ben H. Winters, author of Countdown City 



Thursday August 1st @ 7PM

27 S Main St., Concord

Join the New Hampshire Writers' Project at Gibson's Bookstore to meet and listen to Ben. H Winters. Ben will be presenting the second book of the Last Policeman trilogy



"Jim: The James Foley Story" 

FREE Film Screening


Where? Red River Theaters, Concord NH

When? September 8th, film starts @ 6PM followed by a panel discussion 

An inside look at the life of James Foley; a conflict journalist who grew up in New Hampshire. He was enthralled with exposing the injustice that is spreading throughout the Middle East, however was unfortunately captured and killed by ISIS. 

Sponsored by the James W. Foley Legacy Foundation



Mahrajan Festival 


Celebrate the sounds and tastes of Lebanon at the Mahrajan Festival! Middle Eastern food, music, and bazaar items will be featured, along with a petting area with Josh the camel.

When? August 21-23

Where? Our Lady of the Cedars Church, 140 Mitchell St., Manchester, NH

For more information: http://www.mahrajan-nh.com



Celtic Thunder Strikes Concord


When? August 26th

Where? Capitol Center for the Arts, 44 S. Main                  Street, Concord NH

Celebrate classic Irish music with this impressive quintet! You will hear everything from "Galway Girl" to "Falling Slowly"!

For more information: ccanh.com


Discovering the Taste of Turkey


Every Sunday from 3:00pm t0 5:00pm

Turkish Cultural Center, Manchester

$20 per person


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