Metered parking free in city for Nashua graduations
MANCHESTER — Nashua residents will find the Queen City inviting when they travel there Sunday to attend graduations of their city’s two high schools.
The Verizon Wireless Arena has no dedicated parking, but spots should be available close to the downtown arena.
The New Hampshire Fisher Cats are out of town, and the only entertainment event listed is the Four Piano Men concert at the Palace Theatre at 2 p.m.
A city parking official said metered parking will not be in effect for the Sunday graduations.
Jason Perry, spokesman for the Verizon Wireless Arena, said downtown is open on Sundays. The Radisson Hotel and Hilton Garden Inn offer Sunday brunches, and the hotels and several other downtown restaurants are open for mid-day meals, he said.
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