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Capital Arts Fest

Sept. 24 to 26

Downtown will be humming with activity for this fall’s Arts Fest. League members will be showcasing their skills in booths along Main Street. This event provides the opportunity for residents and visitors to immerse themselves in stimulating and joyous arts experiences featuring contemporary and traditional craft, live music, pop-up street theatre, dance performances, intimate theater performances and presentations by authors and poets. Other arts and cultural institutions will be joining in the festivities such as Red River Theatres, the Capitol Center for the Arts and Bank of NH Stage, Kimball Jenkins School of Art and the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center, with more joining still.

The Capital Arts Fest has been hosted annually since 2017 by the League of NH Craftsmen, Capitol Center for the Arts and Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce.

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