Welcome to West Concord Village
We are the destination website for what you are looking for and what you need to know in West Concord, MA.
Our Business Directory connects you with local merchants, artisans and service providers so that you can SHOP LOCAL. Our Events page keeps you informed of things going on in West Concord, Concord Center and some of our neighboring towns. The Village Blog features the businesses listed on our site and any new products or special monthly promotions they are offering.
Join us the last Thursday of every month at Merlin’s Silver Star for Make Your Own Silver Jewelry. Come in from 6-8 PM and create your own pendants and earrings. Each person will have enough supplies to make a pendant and a pair of earrings or a few pendants or you may choose to use all of your materials to make one larger piece. Refreshments will be provided. Please call to register: 978-371-0300. $50/person
The Pop-Up Craze Is Coming to West Concord
noa is looking for individuals who 1) want to try their hand at retail by opening a pop-up store 2) need a space to teach classes in 250 square feet at the back of their bright and lovely 1,300-square-foot space on Commonwealth Avenue in West Concord. Includes fixtures if needed. For more info:
West Concord 5 & 10
We have St. Patrick’s Day and Easter items in with more to come, a new colorful shipment of yarn and we will be stocking enamel-coated steel paella pans in a week or so.
Tuesday, March 4, 6:30-8:00. Natural Fertility Solutions with Angela Bell Lic. Ac. Struggling to get pregnant? Or just want to maintain a healthy pregnancy? Join Angela to learn what foods to eat (and which to avoid), the important supplements to take and the lifestyle changes that will naturally boost fertility. Reserve your seat today, 978-371-7573.
Wednesday, March 19, 7:00-8:30. Reduce Stress Using Effective Natural Protocols with Sarah Paino, FDN. Learn about the underlying causes of stress and how it relates to adrenal fatigue, anxiety, weight issues, memory loss, insomnia, premature aging and more. Learn what foods, supplements and life style changes can help reduce internal and external stress and optimize health. Free but reserve your seat today.
Tuesday, March 25, 6:30-8:00. Ticks: What To Do About Them, Organically Speaking. With Carmine and Priscilla of Pumpkin Brook Organic Gardening. Worried about ticks? Come learn simple modifications you can make to your yard so it’s less attractive to ticks. Learn about tick life cycles, danger periods, and more. Repellents will be discussed, including Pumpkin Brook’s organic spray program.
Consults with Grace Pintabona, R.N. Grace is in our store Wednesdays. She’s on the floor from 8:30-11:30 and by appointment Wednesday afternoons.
Vitality of Concord
March 5, 7:00 – 7:45 – Avoiding Burnout – A life without stress is a dull one. Stress reduction doesn’t make sense. Adversity makes us more powerful, gives us strength to accomplish our objectives. By adapting stress, we can enrich our lives. Everyone’s life is unique. This talk empowers participants with knowledge about adrenaline and how it affects the system. Dr. Evan provides details on how one can manage the body’s resources, how nerves heal and the importance of sleep.
March 19, 7:00 – 7:45 – Vitality Comedy Hour – Laughter is often the best medicine. Dr. Evan’s unique sense of humor will not only entertain but help you understand more about how your body works. Dr. Evan Hughes is a Doctor of Chiropractic, Kung-Fu instructor, National Lecturer, Father and Medieval Reenactor. Learning to work with all of these is what inspired him to write this seminar and share a few good laughs from his experiences.
Saturday, March 15, 7:00 – 9:30 – Heidie Granese of Wilder Cuisine will be participating in the Chef Challenge & Fundraising Auction to benefit the Acton Community Supper & Food Pantry. There will be a silent auction, gourmet food provided by local chefs, wine & beer and music at St. Elizabeth of Hungary Parish Hall, 29 Arlington St., Acton. $25 at the door