Concord Conservatory of Music Town Wide Scavenger Hunt to Celebrate 15th Anniversary

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A town wide scavenger hunt begins on Monday, November 2nd, to find 15 instruments hidden around Concord. Participants follow the clues to find the instruments and musical terms for a chance to win eight weeks of free private lessons at the Concord Conservatory of Music.

The musical scavenger hunt kicks off the year-long celebration of the Concord Conservatory of Music’s 15th Anniversary. “Since 2005, CCM has welcomed thousands of students and concertgoers through our doors. Music is such an important part of all of our lives,” says Kate Yoder, Executive Director and Founder of CCM. “It’s gratifying that CCM has become a community resource, bringing so many people together through music.”

The scavenger hunt clues will test your knowledge of the businesses located in Concord and the musical instruments in their windows. The scavenger hunt runs from Monday, November 2 through Friday, November 20th at 5:00 pm.

To download the clues and the scavenger hunt form, go to You can either print the PDF and scan your completed copy, or use the Google Form. To enter the scavenger hunt drawing for the free eight weeks of 30-minute private lessons and other prizes, all forms must be submitted to by 5 pm, Friday, November 20th. Limit of one form per family.

Visit, email, or call (978) 369-0010 to learn more about CCM. Concord Conservatory of Music is the area’s non-profit community music school, located at 1317 Main Street in the West Concord Union Church. Financial assistance is available.