A Look at Schools & Students in North Hampton
Jan
2
to Oct 31

A Look at Schools & Students in North Hampton

The exhibit focuses on the history of education in North Hampton. There are school photographs, report cards, school record books, biographies, and information about schools in North Hampton. These included North District School which combined with Centre District School when Centennial Hall was built. There was also an East (Little River) District School which operated until World War II. The present school on Atlantic Avenue was opened in 1950. The exhibit is located in the Stone Building (Clerk’s Office).

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Little River Cemetery Tour
Oct
19
5:00 PM17:00

Little River Cemetery Tour

A living history tour of Little River Cemetery with notable residents of North Hampton rising from their graves. Featured will be Morris Lamprey, Governor Alvin T. Fuller, Lillian Rogers, Sarah Brown, and Ogden Nash.

Please sign up at the North Hampton Public Library. $8.00 per person. And bring a flashlight!

Refreshments offered.


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August Old Home Day - Trolley Tour
Aug
11
12:00 PM12:00

August Old Home Day - Trolley Tour

Join us for a trolley tour of North Hampton historic sites.

There will be two tours offered at 12:00 pm and 2:00 pm. The tours will start and end at the Stone Building and last approximately 60 minutes. Both tours will be narrated by Rob Southworth.

Sign up sheets are located at the North Hampton Public Library.

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Big House, Little House, Back House, Barn
Jul
18
7:00 PM19:00

Big House, Little House, Back House, Barn

Thomas Hubka (NH Humanities), North Hampton Town Hall

Through architecture unique to northern New England, this illustrated talk focuses on several case studies that show how farmers converted their typical separate house and barns into connected farmsteads.

Thomas Hubka's research primarily interprets the historic development and relationships between architecture/buildings and culture/people.

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