September 26, 2017

Free Concerts at Veteran’s Park in Manchester, NH

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Summer ConcertsJoin TD Bank and Intown Manchester for the annual TD Bank Free Concerts in the Park, produced by Intown! Intown Manchester, with the generosity of TD Bank and the City of Manchester, works with various organizations and individuals in a collaborative effort to produce various events, promotions, concerts and festivals throughout the summer that are family-friendly and FREE in an effort to bring people downtown and to build community.

Summer concerts take place in Veteran’s Park on Elm Street starting at 7PM and lasting approximately two and a half hours. The July concert calendar features:

  • July 9th: Freese Brothers Big Band
  • July 16th: Manchuka
  • July 23rd: Houston Bernard Band
  • July 30th: Army Rock Band

For information about the bands, visit http://www.intownmanchester.com/#!concert-series/cmmv

For more information on these or other events going on at Veteran’s Park this summer, please contact Trixie Vazquez at tvazquez@intownmanchester.com or 603-645-6285.

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Manchester, NH kicks off the 4th of July Celebrations

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With summer comes one of America’s favorite holidays, Independence Day.

The City of Manchester, NH will conduct its 2015 Independence Day Celebration at Arms Park on Friday,Fireworks
July 3, 2015. The park will close for traffic at 6:00 PM, and
Commercial Street will be restricted to pedestrians only beginning at 8:00 PM.

The 39th Army Band will begin entertainment 7:30 PM and will play into the beginning of the fireworks. The always-popular fireworks display, provided by Atlas PyroVision Productions, will begin at dusk (approximately 9:30 PM).

Food and beverage vendors will be available on site beginning at 6:00PM or you can bring your own. No alcoholic beverages and glass bottles will be allowed. No pets please. Admission is free.

Both the East and West bound spans of the Notre Dame (Bridge Street) Bridge will be closed to all traffic (foot and vehicular) at 8:00 AM.

So grab some chairs, blankets, your family and friends and get ready to kick off Independence Day 2015!

For additional information please contact The Public Works Department at 624-6444.

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Dash to the Palace June 27th

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Dash to the Palace June 27th      Dash to the Palace

On Saturday, June 27th, the Palace Theatre of Manchester will host its 1st annual Palace 5K/3.1 mile race. The race starts and ends at the Palace Theatre on Hanover Street. This event is open to all ages! Prize money and medals will be awarded.

This event benefits the Youth program at the Palace Theatre. The first 250 registered runners get tech wicking shirts. Online registration closes 24 hours prior to event.

Registration Fees:  Adults – $25 / $30 day of event  Youth (12 and under) – $10 / $15 day of event.

Packages are also available for family groups.

Registration begins at 7:30AM, at which time you may pick up your race bib. Race begins at 9. Chip timing provided by Race Wire and sponsored by North East Delta Dental.  Strollers are welcome.  For your safety, dogs are not allowed during this event.

Prizes and Awards  CASH PRIZES FOR OUR WINNERS!  Women:  1st place $125  2nd place $75  3rd place $50  Men:  1st place $125  2nd place $75  3rd place $50

Gift certificates from Runners Alley will also be given away as rewards.  Medal award for winner of the Clydesdale division.  Medal awards for top finishers in each age group.

Link to Course Map: http://www.mapmyrun.com/routes/view/718886565 (link from MapMyRun.com)

For more information, contact sarah@totalimagept.com .

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To the Graduates

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Graduation Cap and DiplomaThe Manchester NH high schools will hold their graduation ceremonies on Saturday, June 13th at the Verizon Wireless Arena. In honor of those students and all the graduates, here are some words of wisdom that you can share with them. These statements come from Jordan Catapano’s article, “The Friday Five: Words of Wisdom, Quotes for Graduates.”

“‘It’s not about the content, it’s about the skills you’ve learned.” Students may not need to remember the specific details of each book they’ve read, but they certainly need to remember how to analyze a piece of communication. They may not need to recall every formula they devoted to memory in math class, but they do need to be able to think critically and logically.

“Good decisions come from good knowledge. And good knowledge comes from good learning.” If anything, students should have learned how to learn. If they want to be successful, they need to know how to acquire the information they need to reach their goals (links to an article from TeachHub about goal setting).

Character is just as important as knowledge.” While schools have worked rigorously to endow students with a priceless set of academic skills, students’ success depends just as much on what type of person they are. Kind, forgiving, rational, patient, caring, communicative, moral, responsible students are the ones most likely to lead enriching lives.

“True learning is life long.” A little cliché, but essential for students to understand. At some point, they need to take the reins of their education and pursue the passions, interests, and necessities that will empower them throughout their life.

“Take advantage of your relationships.” As students steadily transition from children to adults, they need to forge strong bonds with the professionals around them. Instead of looking at adults as merely “parents” or “teachers,” they need to begin seeing them as peers who have invaluable advice, experience, and perspectives that can serve to put them in a better position for success.

Congratulations to the class of 2015!             Graduation Cap

[Full article: http://www.teachhub.com/friday-five-words-wisdom-graduates]

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Celebrate Easter in Manchester

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This weekend, Christians across the globe will be celebrating Easter. Whether you are looking to quietly reflect on the season, visit with the Easter Bunny or go Easter Egg Hunting, Manchester offers a variety of activities beginning on Friday. 

Good Friday Cross Walk with Jesus. This is Brookside Congregational Church’s third year of this meditative Good Friday experience. We will start in Brookside’s parking lot to begin a walk with some carrying a cross. We will walk in silence, stopping at certain places along the way to offer prayers and change cross bearers. All are welcome. We will meet on the steps of the Sanctuary at 5:45pm. Contact: 603-669-2807.

Kidgits Easter Celebration. On Saturday from 9-11AM, Simon Kidgits Club members are invited to HOP into spring and head to Simon Guest Services for the Kidgits Easter Celebration! Children will take part in Easter-themed crafts and activities, and the Easter Bunny will hop by for a visit before heading to his photo shop! Not a Kidgits Member? Yearly membership is only $5, and includes access to these events, birthday gifts and more! Visit Simon Guest Services for more information.

Our Promise to Nicholas Easter Egg Hunt. Everyone young and old will experience fun and amusement at this year’s event on Saturday from 8:30AM – 12PM. A few lucky egg hunters will discover special eggs with prizes inside! For those not actively “hunting,” there will be live entertainment, games, silent auction, bake sale and raffle tickets for Easter Baskets. Tickets are $8 per person or $30 per family. Cash or check will be accepted at the door. The NH Sportsplex is located at 68 Technology Drive in Bedford. Contact: optnegghunt@gmail.com

Friends of Stark Park Easter Egg Hunt. Join us for an egg hunt on Saturday at 1PM. Open to all children 8 years and younger accompanied by an adult. Separate areas or ages 4 and under, ages 5 and 6 years and 7 and 8 years. No parking in Stark Park. Please park on Elm St. near Webster School. A police officer will assist with crossing River road.

Easter Pancake Breakfast. Come join us for this annual breakfast. The Brookside Youth Group will be hosting a Pancake Breakfast for $5 per person or $15 maximum per family. Brookside Congregational Church: 2013 Elm Street, Manchester, NH. Contact: 603-669-2807.

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NH Eats Wine and Cheese Festival

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Wine and CheeseWhat better way to take the chill out of this cold March than with some of Manchester’s finest wine and cheese? On Sunday, March 8th from 2:00-5:00pm, the founding partners of NH EATS will host “Around Town with NH EATS: A Wine & Cheese Affair,” to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of New Hampshire, at the Palace Theatre. This event will showcase signature cheese-inspired dishes from the NH EATS founding partners and delicious wines from around the world. The afternoon will also feature music from the Palace’s upcoming Godspell production as well as exclusive theatre tours.
The NH EATS founding partners include:

  • 900 Degrees Neapolitan Pizzeria
  • Gauchos Churrascaria Brazilian Steak House
  • Hooked Seafood Restaurant & Raw Bar
  • Ignite Bar & Grille
  • Nawlins Grille & All that JAZZ
  • Palace Theatre
  • Red Arrow Diner

The Palace Theatre is located at 80 Hanover Street, Manchester, NH. Admission is $10 per person at the door and all proceeds will benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of New Hampshire. Contact: Ami D’Amelio Email: info@nh-eats.com Phone: 6037035588 Location: Palace Theatre 80 Hanover St Manchester, New Hampshire 03101 More Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/1539277083001968/?ref=5 Disclosure:

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