Each year, the Concord Multicultural features a full lineup of performances, food vendors, craft vendors, artists and activities that showcase the many cultures that are represented in our community.
It is our goal to create an engaging event that brings people together to celebrate the diverse heritages that make the Greater Concord community so enriching.
BLM NH chapters work together to fight oppression, combat state sanctioned violence, and advance their community through several different mutual aid efforts. They will be sharing resources, lit, and giving out wristbands and other small items.
A diverse group of young adults working to make changes in the community to make it more welcoming and inclusive for young people. Their mission is to create a safe and stimulating environment where young people in Concord can share ideas, be creative and make positive changes in the community.
Promoting library services and library card signups
The Cowasuck Band of the Pennacook Abenaki People will be setting up 2 educational booths with artifacts about Indigenous presence within NH, as well as sharing info about the NH Commission on Native Affairs and Indigenous NH Collaborative Collective.
Portrait of a New Hampshire graduate
Educational opportunity and scholarships!
Books of photographs and immigrant stories: Different Roots, Common Dreams: New Hampshire’s Cultural Diversity and Finding Home:Portraits and Memories of ImmigrantFor the past decade, Becky Field has been photographing immigrants who live in New Hampshire. Her objectives are to show the contributions, vitality and beauty of cultural diversity in the Granite State. All net proceeds of Becky's work go to NH nonprofits working with refugees. Becky will also have information about the college scholarship fund for refugees she started through the NH Charitable Foundation.
Introduce participants to the FAC and how we celebrate French culture, language and heritage. We will also provide coloring pages for the kids.
Encouraging people to sign up and call their US Senators in support of a pathway to citizenship for immigrants.
Kindness Rocks, a craft for folks to do.
Family friendly activities that highlight the importance of protecting our environment
We will have a table with an interactive writing/coloring display. We'll be chatting with attendees about our services and offering flyers/cards/stickers.
Pradip Karki is a Realtor with KW Metro Realty. He helps people to find their dream home, sell, and invest in Real Estate.
Stop by the booth to talk to Pradip in his Nepalese Customs - Daura Surual and Nepali Dhaka topi and his wife in her Sari.
He will have free swag for anyone who stops by!
Information about Overcomers, how to get involved, and information about an exciting new project: Umuganda
Pickup soccer and basketball in sports fields. Booth with T-shirts, bracelets, and information about Project STORY
Cultural products such as plates, mugs, rugs, etc. Turkish calligraphy, Turkish Baklava, Turkish Delight, Turkish Coffee.
Information about our international NGO and a hands-on craft activity:
"The Many Hands of Concord"
We plan to have a table with educational information about the Bahai Faith and a table for activities for children
Sharing information about their upcoming concert series and selling CDs
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