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Concord Market Days 2019 — Friday, June 21.

by Anura Guruge


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For the last few years we have made a point of not missing Concord’s vibrant ‘Market Days‘. So, 2019, was not going to be an exception. We had to be in Concord anyway (for I to pick-up some new gas permeable contact lenses) and we knew beforehand that the weather (unlike the previous day) was going to be amenable. And that was indeed the case.

We got there around 2:40pm. Parking was NOT an issue. We were able to park, at a meter, on South Main street just yards from the start of the blocked off section. That was good. There was no rain. Some dark clouds on and off. But, also some sun.

Met some great artists. That is always the bonus.

Everybody is so friendly and after the soaking they had on Thursday happy that the rain had been replaced by crowds. I hope they all did well. Not sure why we need 5 or 6 separate large tents all selling the same ‘South American’ artifacts. None of them are local. We did buy some stuff from one of them and I had a brief chat with the proprietor. He is from New York and drove up for this. He claims he also does Sandwich Fair. Not sure that they are all related but to I it would make sense just to have two tents. But, c’est la vie.

If you can please do try to make it.

Concord is vibrant. They really make an effort. Thank you.


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Tomorrow’s Eclipse Over New Hampshire: At A Glance — Times & Coverage.

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New Hampshire Solar Eclipse Monday August 21 2017 start time max coverage Anura Guruge


It will start at 1:27pm and end at 3:57pm.

So a 2.5 hour show with maximum coverage, i.e., 62%, at 2:45pm.

So we might still be OK. A few clouds shouldn’t be a huge damper.


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Tomorrow’s Eclipse Over New Hampshire: We Will Have SOME Clouds.

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Forecast from wunderground.com.


It will start at 1:27pm and end at 3:57pm.

So a 2.5 hour show with maximum coverage, i.e., 62%, at 2:45pm.

So we might still be OK. A few clouds shouldn’t be a huge damper.


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New Hampshire Libraries Out Of Solar Eclipse Glasses For Monday — As Are Stores!

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Click to ENLARGE and read here. From Manchester Library.


Click to access New Hampshire WMUR story …


You might still be in luck with some of the other libraries.

Be careful with what you find in local stores. They might not be ‘good‘ (i.e., strong/dark) enough.

Might be getting too late for ordering online. But, you could try.

All the best. The skies over New Hampshire should be CLEAR for Monday’s PARTIAL solar eclipse over New Hampshire.


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Weather Still Looking GOOD For August 21, 2017, Solar Eclipse Over New Hampshire.

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Forecast from wunderground.com.


With just 3-days to go the weather forecast for Monday’s PARTIAL solar eclipse over New Hampshire looks GOOD. Clear skies.

This forecast, this close to the day, is unlikely to change much (we hope). I think the weather will cooperate. So, fingers crossed.

Have you got your Eclipse glasses as yet or are YOU all set with some type of protection. (I can make a joke about that, BUT I will refrain).


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August 21, 2017, Solar Eclipse Over New Hampshire: It Will Be Partial With Clear Skies.

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From ‘timeanddate.com’. Click to ENLARGE and view this snippet here. Visit timeanddate.com for more details.


Tentative 7-day forecast from wunderground.com. This could change. Right now it looks GOOD.


First and foremost, we, in New Hampshire, will NOT see the full total solar eclipse.

The total eclipse is only going to be visible south, southwest and west of us — in places like South Carolina, Tennessee, Missouri, Nebraska, Wyoming etc.

We will ONLY see a partial 62% coverage solar eclipse. But, even that should be fun.

It will start at 1:27pm and end at 3:57pm. So a 2.5 hour show with maximum coverage, i.e., 62%, at 2:45pm.

Right now the weather forecast for Monday, August 21, 2017 calls for clear skies. So that is good — but that can change.

You really should get some proper eclipse glasses for this. I have ordered these from Amazon.

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Chinatown, Boston: Sunday, February 5, 2017, For Chinese New Year — Rain/Snow!

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NOPE, Boston Chinatown, Sunday, February 12, 2017 is NOT going to be much fun.

Snow, then rain, starting early and going on all day. It will be wet.

Not sure what will happen to the dragon parades. They might try to do it but the costumes will get soaked.

Shame. Not the first time we have had lot of snow for the Chinese New Year. Had a blizzard in 2013.

Glad we went last Sunday


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