Friday, August 12, 7:30 p.m. Lowell Music Festival. The Lone Bellow. We have 15 concert tickets to the Lowell Music Festival and the music group called The Lone Bellow. These 15 tickets are first come, first served. Come in, ask for Debra (or Adam or Kerstin) and we’ll give you up to two tickets. When they’re gone, they’re gone. The only catch is that when they announce our store’s name from the stage, you must cheer loudly!

A critic said,“Then Came the Morning, the second album by the Southern-born, Brooklyn-based indie-folk trio The Lone Bellow, opens with a crest of churchly piano, a patter of drums, and a fanfare of voices harmonizing like a sunrise. It’s a powerful introduction, enormous and overwhelming, as Zach Williams, Brian Elmquist, and Kanene Pipkin testify mightily to life’s great struggles and joys, heralding the morning that dispels the dark night. The Lone Bellow has created a sound that mixes folk, gospel, even heavy metal thunder, but the heart of the band is harmony: three voices united in a lone bellow.”

 Thinking ahead to September…

Sunday, September 18, 6th Annual Stone Soup Dinner, a Benefit. 4:00 for cocktails, 5:00 for dinner. Held at Verrill Farms. A wonderful community event that celebrates and supports local agriculture. The farms of Concord donate produce, we and other Concord food establishments prepare a meal fit for royalty. You get to eat under a big white tent in a perfect setting. Tickets are $50 per person, and proceeds go to help hardworking farmers. Limited to 350 people. Tickets go fast, so get yours today!

Tuesday. September 20, 7:00 p.m. Diana Rodgers. Red Meat, Cancer and Sustainability

Have you given up or dramatically cut down on your red meat consumption because you’re afraid, because you believe cattle are responsible for global warming? Diana Rodgers, RD will talk about why she believes grass-fed cows are actually optimal for human health and the environment. Diana is a registered dietitian living on a working organic farm, with a practice in Concord and Cambridge, MA. She is the author of two books, hosts the sustainable dish podcast, and speaks internationally about nutrition, food policy, social justice and animal welfare. She can be found at Free, but limited to 60 lucky people.

Wednesday, September 28, 7:00. Sharon McGregor, Can We Rescue Our Climate?   Sharon is trained as a biologist and works in the field of biodiversity conservation, ecosystem protection, land conservation, water resources and watershed management, and marine conservation. She serves on the Board of Directors of Biodiversity for a Livable Climate (, a nonprofit dedicated to restoring biodiversity and ecosystems to reverse global warming. Her prior work includes serving as MA Assistant Secretary for the Environment.  She proposed legislation empowering communities to preserve open space, habitats, historic landscapes, and quality of life, which became the Massachusetts Community Preservation Act (2000). Come learn what you can do in your own backyard! Sharon’s message is one of hope, that together we can rescue the earth’s climate and restore the nature that sustains us. Free, but limited to 60 lucky people.

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