ConcordTV Video Collaboration with Walker Lecture Series

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During the COVID-19 pandemic ConcordTV is partnering with the Walker Lecture Series to provide video production support for recording their events that normally would have been held in-person. These programs are being recorded by ConcordTV and rebroadcast on Public Access Channel 22 and most are also available to view anytime on our Youtube page.

Humorist¬†Richard Lederer presents “President’s Tonight!”: watch here ,¬†Presidents Tonight

“Songs of Key West” music performance by the Scott Kirby Band: watch Scott Kirby Band’s performance here

“From the Mayflower to King Philip’s War” hosted by Michael Tougias watch Michael’s presentation here

Holiday Concert with Pianist Frederick Moyer Video no longer available

Jeff Warner: Banjos, Bones, and Ballads Watch

Mark Edward – Psychics, Mediums and Mind Readers: How Do They Do It? Watch

Walker Lecture Series – Jane Oneail: American Icons Watch

Walker Lecture Series – Tom Sterling Travelogue Double Feature Watch

Walker Lecture Series – George Morrison – Two NH Revolutionaries: John Stark and Henry Dearborn Watch

As we continue to navigate these challenging times ConcordTV strives to do our best to work with community partners, such as Walker Lecture Series, to provide as much local original video programming as possible. We’re grateful for these partnerships and for the community’s continued support of our organization and mission.

About Walker Lecture Series
The Walker Lecture Series grew from an 1892 bequest of $30,000 in the will of Abigail B. Walker, widow of Timothy Walker. The first programs were presented in 1896, and more than 1,500 performances and lectures have been given since then. In accordance with the terms of the trust, the series offers a “free course of lectures upon subjects of history, literature, art or science, and free dramatic, musical, literary, historical and other cultural events to be given in Concord, the native city of Timothy Walker and lifelong residence of Abigail B. Walker.”
https://www.walkerlecture.org/ for more information or visit their Facebook page.

Posted on: October 13, 2020, by : Josh Hardy