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Gallery Concord
1765 Galindo St, Concord, CA 94520

Located in the heart of Concord, the Gallery Concord is dedicated to exemplary works created by local andMore world-renowned artists. Exhibitions feature local prominent artists when possible. Each winter, the museum hosts a holiday party and invites the public to enjoy an afternoon of art, refreshments, and holiday music. Every day you can view the works of such artists as Qian Gao, Tara Keefe, Thomas Kinkade, Peter Max, and Robert Batement, to name a few. It takes about an hour to view the gallery's exhibits. Admission is free. 

KEGR FM 97.7- Diablo Valley Broadcasting
Po Box 103, Concord, CA 94522
KEGR FM is a local radio station broadcasting AAA (adult album alternative) music to the Concord and Clayton areas. TheMore station offers weekend shows, weather, news and KEGR DJs for all of your listening needs. The station is now available via the Internet as well, for a much broader listening radius. 
KVHS Radio
1101 Alberta Way, Concord, CA 94521
KVHS or 90.5 The Edge, has been a local Clayton Valley High School radio station for a number of decades. The stationMore plays alternative, metal and rock and roll music daily. It is staffed entirely by high school and adult student alumni from Clayton Valley High School. 
Theatrical Hairgoods Company
1658 Lindenwood Dr, Concord, CA 94521
Judie Disbrow, the owner of this local independent mail order company, offers theatrical hair accessories for sale andMore rental. Products include hair pieces, wigs and facial pieces for opera, musical theater and school productions. Prices for rentals range from $25 - $325 depending on which piece and the length of rental time, up to four months. 
Salvation Army Community Church
3950 Clayton Rd, Concord, CA 94521
Although known for its social services, the Salvation Army is also a thriving community church. Located on Clayton Road,More the church offers weekly worship services, music ministries and many programs for youth, including a basketball league! The 11 a.m. service on Sundays is followed by a "food & fellowship" time immediately following. Plus, the Army's brass band is a local favorite. The pastoral team is led by Clay and Pam Gardner. Susan Pierce is the business administrator.
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