The Rotary Club of Concord invites you to support its 43rd Annual Pops Night Friday April 6, 2018 at 51 Walden Center for the Performing Arts in Concord.The Concord Band with renowned jazz singer Amanda Carr will spark an evening of fun dedicated to supporting Rotary’s partnering with the Concord Recreation Department to raise $15,000 for the Minuteman Bike-Share Program with locations at the Visitor’s Center in Concord Center and the Rail Trail entrance in West Concord.
The Minuteman Bike-Share Program will provide environmentally friendly, inexpensive rental bicycles for tourists to visit Concord’s historical sites and town businesses. Zagster, the U.S. market leader in bike sharing, will administer the program.
Please support Concord in providing this valuable transportation
option by placing an ad in the POPS concert program book. In addition
to featuring the full-page ads of contributors, the book will contain
a centerfold map of Concord showing bike-share sites and other key locations. It will be widely distributed throughout the year to individuals and businesses in addition to being provided to everyone at Pops Night.
For Rotary’s ad order form, the media exposure of your ad and a copy of your most current ad see call Dick Hale @ 978-394-5158 or Noel Choquette @ 978-505-2783.. Please make your check payable to: Concord Rotary Charitable Endowment Inc.
For Online Sponsorship andTicket Purchase Options or for information about the performance, see rotaryclubofconcord.org. and click on Pops in the top banner. For actual tickets to this year’s concert, please call Dick Hale @ 978-394-5158 or Noel Choquette @ 978-505-2783.
Thank you for your donation to this important cause.
ZAGSTER BIKE SHARE The Zagster Bike Share program, will allow people to see and travel Concord in a new way. The pilot program, which is being called the Minuteman Bike Share, is a collaboration with Lexington similar to Boston’s Hubway stations. With the bike share you can pick up a bike from one location, travel around town to run errands, see the historic sites, or even travel up the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail before returning the bike. The program is expected to begin in Concord in the Spring of 2018, with Lexington having begun their pilot this fall. Concord envisions having a docking station in the town center as well as in West Concord, allowing people to easily travel around town sustainably.