2012 - Megan Marshall, described her experiences researching and writing her book “The Peabody Sisters, Three Women Who Ignited American Romanticism.”
2011 - Polly Atwood, the history of Africans and abolitionists in Concord prior to and during the Civil War era, and the Drinking Gourd Project that was formed to raise awareness of these issues.
2010 -Leslie Perrin Wilson, an exploration of the accomplished people who lived in Concord during the 1800's.
2009 - Donna Hassler, discussion of the career of Daniel Chester French and his studio Chesterwood.
2008 - Charles Dee Jr., Stories and Movies of Concord: The 1950 Patriots Day Parade
2008 - Jim and Minxi Fannin, The Architecture and Symbolism of Early Cemetery Stones
2008 - Retailing in Concord - Stores Over the Generations. Karen Anderson (Main Street Market and Cafe), Fritz Kussin, Louisa Alcott Yamartino (Fritz and Gigi's - The Children's Shop) and David Hesel (The Toy Shop).
2007 - Jayne Gordon, addressed the many luminary figures in American literature, the arts and education that lived and supported each other in Concord including the Alcotts, Emersons, Thoreaus and Hawthornes, all of whom are buried in Sleepy Hollow.
2007 - Charles Dee Jr., presented the fascinating movies his great grandfather Joseph Dee took of Concord during the 1930's, including the 1938 hurricane.
2007 - Richard Wheeler, 11th generation Concord resident - the Wheelers arrived in Concord in the mid 1630's. Rick shared some of the family lore from the 17th century through the 1850's.