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Make your mark on Concord’s History with an engraved brick in Todos Santos Plaza! Since the year 2018 is Concord’s Sesquicentennial (150th) Anniversary, businesses and residents will have a unique opportunity to celebrate the occasion by purchasing their own custom, engraved brick that will be built into a custom patio surrounding the life-size bronze statue of one of our city’s founding fathers, Don Salvio Pacheco, in Todos Santos Plaza.
The statue will be designed by a Northern California artist, fabricated here in the Bay Area, and officially unveiled during our July 4th Parade in 2018. Pacheco will stand proudly just inside the Grant Street corner entrance of our beloved town square for generations to come.

An engraved brick costs $150 – one dollar for each year since Concord’s founding.

A limited number of valuable Sesquicentennial Sponsorship Packages are also available for local organizations, small to medium businesses and large corporations that include additional benefits.

More information is available on the Concord Historical Society website: www.concordhistorical.org
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Concord 150th Celebration

July 4, 2018, 12:00pm - July 4, 2018, 4:00pm

Make your mark on Concord’s History with an engraved brick in Todos Santos Plaza! Since the year 2018 is Concord’s Sesquicentennial (150th) Anniversary, businesses and residents will have a unique opportunity to celebrate the occasion by purchasing their own custom, engraved brick that will be built into a custom patio surrounding the life-size bronze statue of one of our city’s founding fathers, Don Salvio Pacheco, in Todos Santos Plaza. The statue will be designed by a Northern California artist, fabricated here in the Bay Area, and officially unveiled during our July 4th Parade in 2018. Pacheco will stand proudly just inside the Grant Street corner entrance of our beloved town square for generations to come. An engraved brick costs $150 – one dollar for each year since Concord’s founding. A limited number of valuable Sesquicentennial Sponsorship Packages are also available for local organizations, small to medium businesses and large corporations that include additional benefits. More information is available on the Concord Historical Society website: www.concordhistorical.org

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Make your mark on Concord’s History with an engraved brick in Todos Santos Plaza! Since the year 2018 is Concord’s Sesquicentennial (150th) Anniversary, businesses and residents will have a unique opportunity to celebrate the occasion by purchasing their own custom, engraved brick that will be built into a custom patio surrounding the life-size bronze statue of one of our city’s founding fathers, Don Salvio Pacheco, in Todos Santos Plaza.

The statue will be designed by a Northern California artist, fabricated here in the Bay Area, and officially unveiled during our July 4th Parade in 2018. Pacheco will stand proudly just inside the Grant Street corner entrance of our beloved town square for generations to come.

An engraved brick costs $150 – one dollar for each year since Concord’s founding.

A limited number of valuable Sesquicentennial Sponsorship Packages are also available for local organizations, small to medium businesses and large corporations that include additional benefits.

More information is available on the Concord Historical Society website: www.concordhistorical.org
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Thank you to the Rotary Club of Concord for your volunteering to beautify the grounds of the Galindo Home Museum & Gardens and the Concord Museum and Events Center on Earth Day! Your help was greatly appreciated! ...

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The Concord Historical Society board recently held a retreat on April 29th to prepare for the CHS History Campus operations and opening. ...

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Sneak peak inside Concord's Museum and Event Center, coming soon! View in VR or on your phone in 360 and place yourself there. Share freely, join the Concord Historical Society, and get ready to enjoy the CMEC! 🙂 ...

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