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Old Home Days 2009

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Old Home Days 2009
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The tradition of Old Home Days began in 1897 in New Hampshire and still goes on every summer across New England. Parades, ball games, and band concerts are the order of the day, while new folks get acquainted and returning folks reconnect with their communities.

Read more: Old Home Days: A New England Tradition

Here’s our list of Old Home Days for this summer. As always, Yankee recommends you check websites or call ahead to confirm dates, etc.


July 9-11
East Hampton Old Home Days

September 19
Canterbury Old Home Day


June 20
Windham Summerfest

June 25-28
Mapleton Daze

June 26-27
Standish Family Festival

July 2-5
Ashland Summerfest

July 8-12
Easton Field Days

July 10-12
Harrison Old Home Days

July 11
Portage Summer Roundup

July 18-19
Sebago Days

July 23-26
Casco Days

Updated Wednesday, June 17th, 2009

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2 Responses to Old Home Days 2009

  1. DIANE VAUGHAN July 7, 2009 at 6:17 pm #

    Too bad Pittsfield NH didn’t let you know that Old Home Days in Pittsfield NH is the 18th of July with a parade at noon, vendors, and many other things and a scare crow contest put on by the Chamber of Commerce.

  2. Kris Layton July 8, 2009 at 2:26 pm #

    Clinton MA is celebrating their tenth anniversary of “Olde Home Day” on September 11 & 12. For more information, check their web site:

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