At long last!
Pride is popping up again.
WHAT: A pop-up bar for New Hampshire's LGBTQ communities and its many amazing allies
WHEN: Saturday, February 8 from 6p.m. to closing
WHERE: Stay tuned!
COST: No cover charge. Just pay for your food and drink
WHY: Because New Hampshire's LGBTQ community can feel limited. Pride Pops Up is a wonderful excuse to build community and support an amazing local business.
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Pride Pops Up is an effort by J.M. Hirsch and Nick King to foster a vibrant community for LGBTQ and their allies in New Hampshire. By hosting pop-up events around the Concord region, they hope to support local businesses while giving people a reason to come together, promote acceptance and support one another. Hirsch is a cookbook author and editorial director of Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street magazine. King oversees the Transportation Management Center for the State of New Hampshire. They live in Concord with Hirsch’s son and their two cats.
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