Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Concord Coachmen play Eagle Square June 12

The New Hampshire Historical Society will host the Concord Coachmen Chorus in a free outdoor concert, on Thursday, June 12, at 7 p.m., in downtown Concord's Eagle Square, just outside the Historical Society's museum.

The concert is made possible by the Duncan S. McGowan Memorial Fund for Eagle Square.

The Concord Coachmen Chorus is a member of the Barbershop Harmony Society. In addition to barbershop, the group sings doo-wop, Gospel, jazz, and pop tunes. Established in 1957, the Concord Coachmen Chorus has been entertaining audiences in communities throughout New Hampshire for more than half a century.

In case of rain, the concert will be moved indoors to the adjacent Atrium at 7 Eagle Square. Attendees should bring their own chairs for the indoor concert. For directions to Eagle Square, visit or call 603/228-6688.

Founded in 1823, the New Hampshire Historical Society is the independent, nonprofit organization dedicated to saving, preserving, and sharing New Hampshire history. The Society serves thousands of children and adults each year through its Museum of New Hampshire History, research library, educational programs, and award-winning publications. The Society is not a state-funded agency. All of its programs and services are made possible by membership dues and contributions. For more information about the Society and the benefits of membership, visit or call 603/228-6688.

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