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LT I Greater Concord, History Social Studies Day, Jan. 9, 2007, NH Historical Society, 8:00-3:30pm

LT I Greater Concord's History/Social Studies Day will meet at the NH Historical Society's Tuck Library at 30 Park Street from 8-3:30pm on Tuesday, January 9, 2007.

Most of the day will be spent at the library, but the day will also include a walking tour of downtown Concord and of the Museum of NH History, so please dress warmly.

Due to parking limitations at the library, participants are asked to park at the Museum of NH History's parking lot on Storrs Street.

Below are directions for parking and for walking from the parking lot to the library on Park Street.

The library, at 30 Park Street, is kitty-corner to the Capitol and, like many of the surrounding buildings in the civic district, is a granite institutional-looking building. You will be able to distinguish the NH Historical Society's building by the blue banner hanging in front advertising a photography exhibition featuring the works of Verner Reed.

Arrival is between 7:30 and 8am.

Below are driving directions to our free parking lot, which is about a 4 minute walk from the workshop location. You are free to find closer metered parking on streets adjacent to our HQ, but many of the spots are only 2 or 4 hour spaces. For those of you not familiar with the parking scene in downtown Concord, the meter maids and meter men are very aggressive and thorough. Also, the legislature will likely be in session, in which case, many of the spaces near the Capitol are reserved.

Directions:
Take Interstate 93 to Exit 14. Northbound - turn left at the light at the end of the exit ramp; Southbound - turn right at the light at the end of the exit ramp. Stay in the right lane. At North Main Street turn right. Take the next right onto Storrs Street. Pass under a bridge and overhead parking garage; the parking lot entrance is on the left just as you begin to emerge from under the overhead parking garage. At the parking lot entrance gate, take a ticket to open the lot gate. Ticket will be redeemed for an exit token.

The parking gate works on an automated system; normally, it is inactive until 9am. I am arranging for it to activate at 7:20 on Jan 9. I'll spare you the technicalities of the intricacies of the system by giving you the bottom line: Do not arrive earlier than 7:20 since you will not be able to get in to the lot. Anytime thereafter is fine.

Attached are walking directions from the lot to 30 Park Street. Let me know if you have any questions or have any mobility issues that would preclude your walking to the workshop location.

Just so you are aware, the building will be closed to the general public. Someone will be present in the building lobby to monitor the entrance to let you all in. But, in the event that you arrive to find a locked door, please be patient and someone will be back momentarily to let you in.

Related Link: New Hampshire Historical Society

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