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Old Home Days 2009

Want to learn more about this great Granite State tradition? Read New Hampshire Old Home Celebrations, by Wilton, NH, author and bookseller Gary Crooker (Arcadia Publishing/Images of America series, paperback,$21.99), illustrated with scores of photos from historical societies around the state.


July 4
Scituate Old Home Day

July 24-26
Foster Old Home Days


July 4
Peacham Fourth of July Gala

July 18
Lyndon Stars & Stripes Festival

July 26
Newark Old Home Day

July 31-August 2
Rockingham Old Home Days

August 1
Plymouth Old Home Day
802-228-5830, 802-672-3773

August 8
Craftsbury Old Home Day
802-626-8511, 802-586-2516

August 9
Brownington Old Stone House Day/Many Roads Home

August 12-15, 2010
Wilmington Old Home Week 2010
802-464-6572, 802-464-5277

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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