La Vida Locavesting!

We hope you'll join us at the New Hampshire Community Loan Fund's 2011 Annual Celebration November 9 at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord.

Amy CorteseThis year's gathering features a special guest: Amy Cortese, award-winning journalist and author of Locavesting: The revolution in local investing and how to profit from it. Her term, "locavesting," combines "local" and "investing," and describes a national movement of citizens who believe that every investment dollar carries a deeper message.

You'll also meet some of our borrowers and, with lots of friends and supporters from across New Hampshire, we'll celebrate the achievements of the past year and La Vida Locavesting (the locavesting life).

The reception begins at 5:15, followed by the program at 6 and social time at 7:15.

Please register by Wednesday, October 26, online or by email.

Directions to the Capitol Center for the Arts, 44 South Main St., Concord:

From 93 South — Take 93N to Exit 13 (Manchester Street exit). Bear left at the bottom of the ramp and continue left through the lights. Continue straight to South Main Street. Proceed approximately one mile to Capitol Center for the Arts on left, between Concord Street and Thompson Street.

From 93 North — Take 93N to Exit 13 (Manchester Street exit). Go right at the bottom of the ramp. Continue straight to South Main St. (see above).

Free on-street parking is available in Concord after 5 pm. The Capital Commons parking garage, located on Storrs Street, is two blocks north and free after 5 p.m.