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Venue for the performing arts and a wide range of professionally excellent and artistically significant presentations. It shall also serve as a resource and gathering place for the community at large.

The Center offers free and confidential pregnancy tests and peer counseling, limited obstetrical ultrasounds, with complete accurate educational information on all options.

CATCH Neighborhood Housing is a non-profit offering a full spectrum of housing services, including affordable rental apartments and home buyer and financial fitness education, credit counseling, real estate rentals, and social services.

Voluntary association of 20 cities and towns in the greater Concord area. Performs land use, transportation, environmental, and other planning on behalf of member communities.

Children's Scholarship Fund provides scholarships to empower low-income New Hampshire families to choose the schools that best fit their children’s needs, regardless of their income or ZIP code. Strategic business investment in education scholarships via NH’s 85% Education Tax Credit Scholarships increases student achievement, reduces inequalities and ensures a next generation of well-educated employees and leaders." Children's Scholarship Fund is a nonprofit (501c3) K-12 scholarship organization.

A year-round mentoring and residential camp program for socially and economically disadvantaged New Hampshire girls.

A non-profit, non-partisan organization with a mission of making citizen engagement easier.

Offering a variety of supports and services to individuals, and their families, experiencing developmental disabilities or acquired brain disorders gain access to their communities.

c/o The Place Studio and Gallery
40 Thorndike St, Suite 2B
Concord, NH 03301
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A weekly juried outdoor market featuring artisan crafts in a beautiful courtyard. Saturdays June - September.

The Concord Coalition to End Homelessness (CCEH) is a not-for-profit working to eliminate the causes of homelessness in the greater Concord community. CCEH also runs a Concord Homeless Resource Center and are charged with implementation of the Plan to End Homelessness for the City of Concord.

Concord Community Music School, founded in 1984, is the largest community music school in northern New England and one of the largest in the nation. More than 50 faculty members - known as the Musicians of Wall Street - provide instruction in 20 instruments and voice. The School’s 1,400 students have ranged in age from 6 months to 95 years and come to the School from more than 100 communities in four states. Thirty percent of the students receive financial aid, including those reached through the School’s Music in the Community Initiative (MICI) and members of the Scholarship Ensembles.

Farmers' Market - over 40 vendors. Open Saturday mornings 8:30 to 12:00 noon June through October.

Specializing in high quality natural foods, organic and local produce, bulk items, vitamins, supplements, and all your grocery needs.  Member-owned, open to the public.

24 Fairfield Drive
Concord, NH 03301-5222
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Meetings are held at the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, 48 Airport Road, Concord Heights from March to December at 6:30 p.m. Non members are welcome to attend a meeting, with refreshments served after the close of the business portion. The Grange organizes the Christmas Parade, Concord Christmas Tree Lighting, Community Recognition and Awards Night, Community Meet, Eat, and Greet Night at Keach Park with Nevers Band Concert; and Revival of the Easter Egg Hunt in April. Concord Grange was organized May 12, 1914 with membership open to men and women from ages 14 and older.

Concord Housing + Redevelopment leads the way in strategic planning and creating public/private partnerships to enhance Concord's redevelopment.

PO Box 90
Concord, NH 03302-0090
Fax: 603-225-3469
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Service organization that helps those who need help with hearing and eye problems, i.e. eye glasses and hearing aids. Requests for eye exams and eye glasses - Robert Addario  227-9255

The Concord Public Library Foundation works to promote, fund, and support the long-term vitality of the Concord Public Library. They believe that free public libraries are essential to the health and vitality of a community.

PO Box 1344
Concord, NH 03302-1344
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Providing services to victim/survivors of domestic and sexual violence, stalking, child and elder abuse. Services are available to everyone, regardless of age, gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, income or physical abilities. Advocates can be reached 24/7 to provide free and confidential services.

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