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Act fast, these are the final Dining Deal offers!

Dining Deals, with great savings on meals from old favorites and new places for you to try.

It's a great way to find your new favorite place to eat!

Here's how it works:

Browse through the restaurants and food specialty stores, and choose your favorites. Buy them online through our secure storefront. We'll mail the gift certificates to you, or you can come in and pick them up at our offices and save the postage. (Please allow several hours for us to prepare your package of coupons!)

If you prefer, you can also come into our offices and buy the certificates directly.

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For even more savings on your favorite local restaurants, services and more check out the new Daily Deal.

New offers each day from a wide variety of local businesses offering products and services at 40% - 90% off!

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While you're here, be sure to check out our selection of great NH gifts and books of local interest.

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My Brave Boys (paper)
A lost New Hampshire story comes to life.

Two thousand regiments fought in Union armies during the Civil War. None -- not one -- suffered more deaths in battle than the Fifth New Hampshire Volunteers. At the center of this regiment's searing experience is Colonel Edward Cross, a journalist and adventurer who infused the Fifth with his formidable personality.

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Too Dead To Die, A Memoir of Bataan and Beyond
Thousands of men died on the Bataan Death March, and thousands more perished in Japanese prison camps during the war. Steve Raymond survived. Too Dead to Die tells how Raymond did it and what he witnessed ... This is a riveting narrative, one man's desperate struggle for survival in the midst of the greatest crisis in human history. -- Ken Burns, documentary filmmaker, Florentine Films

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We Went To War
One leg in England, the other in France. Shot from the sky over Holland, China, Italy. Kamikaze, Buchenwald, war at sea. War orphan, war romance, proud Marine. Rain and rats on Biak and Bougainville. Maggots in the Philippines. Trench foot in France. Malaria, nightmares, wounded for life. This is some of the vocabulary of World War II and of this book. In We Went to War, men and women remember how the war transformed and often threatened their lives. They tell their stories in words that are often poignant, sometimes tragic, and always human. Learn More

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Pliney Fiske
Pliney Fiske is a timid young man who finds himself sprawled in a barnyard in Concord, New Hampshire, a gun in his face and the Civil War veteran behind it quivering with rage. Fiske is no detective, but he has stumbled into a mystery.

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Our War: Days and Events in the Fight of the Union
A human history of New Hampshire in the Civil War. Learn More

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Abraham Lincoln in New Hampshire
Not yet a major candidate for president, Abraham Lincoln spoke four times in New Hampshire in 1860. Ten weeks later, New Hampshire Republicans started him on his way to the White House. This is the story of how it happened. Learn More

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2014 Donald Hall-Jane Kenyon Prize in American Poetry Tickets

2014 Donald Hall-Jane Kenyon Prize in American Poetry presentation and poetry reading.

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Concord 250: Celebrating 250 Years of Concord History
Concord 250 is the third volume in our recent series of heirloom-quality coffee table books and covers the entire history of our fine city with an emphasis on photographic history from the mid 1800s through today. Learn More

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