Each year, the Concord Multicultural features a full lineup of performances, food vendors, craft vendors, artists and activities that represent more than 30 cultures from around the world, presented by folks who live and work locally.
It takes a village to assist and empower new Americans to acclimate to their new home here in Concord, and other cities in New Hampshire. Fortunately, there are many organizations and groups who work together to provide support to newly arriving families. The services provided by the various organizations not only support new Americans as they adjust to their new home, but also empower them to truly become part of their new communities.
American Civil Liberties Union of New Hampshire (ACLU-NH)
Ascentria Care Alliance
Cardinal Lacroix Academy
Coalition for Open Democracy
Concord NH SURJ
Concord Quaker Meeting
Heights Community Mural Project
International Institute of New England
Kent Street Coalition
League of Conservation Voters
NH Council on Developmental Disabilities
NH Peace Action Education Fund
Sycamore Community Garden
Union of Concerned Scientists
US Census Bureau
Thank you for your interest in participating in the 13th Annual Concord Multicultural Festival! With your participation, we are able to create an engaging event that brings people together to celebrate the diverse heritages that make the Greater Concord community so enriching. Nonprofit organizations, social service agencies and businesses who have relevant information to share with Festival attendees are invited to have a booth at the event. Please complete the registration below.
*Please note that this is a non-partisan event. Booths are not available for distribution of campaign materials, soliciting donations, political advocacy, etc. Please click here to read our full Political Policy. Thank you for understanding and helping us to maintain a nonpartisan position.
or click below to download a registration form.