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“Concord Multicultural Festival” 2017 (June 24) — My Banner For The “NH Community Table”

by Anura Guruge


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2.5′ x 4′ vinyl banner from VistaPrint. Cost me, all told, with shipping, $16.

The three pictures are ones that I took last year.

Vistaprint sure does make things easy. I used a template for this that allowed me to use three pictures.

I am impressed. Good colors. Thanks Vistaprint.


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“NH Friends Of Diversity” Initiative (& Website) — Timely & Topical.

by Anura Guruge


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This, of course, is a very worthy and worthwhile initiative — one that I feel very strongly about.

It is spearheaded by Jessica Livingston, of ‘JLiv Inspirations‘ and the head of the ‘Concord Multicultural Festival‘ committee, a remarkably committed and driven spirit extremely proactive in making New Hampshire a welcoming home for ‘New Americans‘.

So, please, get behind this and spread the word. Thanks.


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“Hilltop Consignment Gallery”, Concord, N.H., N. Main St. — Quite The Place, Great Prices!

by Anura Guruge


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All pictures taken with a Fujifilm X-E2s.

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It was serendipitous, without doubt. I came across this delightful ‘Consignment Gallery‘ last Thursday night when we ‘did’ Concord “Market Days Festival” — in part to watch our neighbour ‘Kristie’ sing at “Tandy’s Pub“, in Eagle Square. This ‘Gallery’ — and it is indeed that as opposed to just a ‘shop’ — is just around the corner from Eagle Square. Though they have been there on N. Main St. (smack bang in the middle) this was the first time we had noticed it — mainly because we don’t walk that street that much.

Glad we stumbled upon it. Really well laid out. Very inviting, warm and congenial. Very colorful and a visual treat. Loved it. The prices were extremely compelling. It was close to 8pm and Deanna was not in a shopping mood. That was a shame because I would have bought a few things. But we will go back.

If you are in Concord, NH you should definitely stop by. It really is like entering an Art Gallery! What more can I say.



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