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  • Chestnut Hill Chapel

    Mission: The purpose of this church shall be an extension of the Kingdom of God, that Kingdom of which Jesus spoke when He taught us to pray, "Thy Kingdom come." Its extension shall be advanced by: Preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Strengthening and promoting Ch...

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  • New Boston Central School

    New Boston Central School strives to provide a seamless flow of learning through strong arts, arts integration, and democratic practice. As a unique “Family of Learners”, the school works to achieve higher order thinking skills by acknowledging and nurturing indi...

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  • New Boston Fire Department
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  • New Boston Historical Society

    A Brief History of New Boston Town Charter The town began on January 14, 1736, when "a township of unappropriated lands of the Province" was granted to John Simpson and 52 others by "the Great and General Court of Assembly, for His Majesty's Province of Mas...

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  • Town of New Boston

    Town History On January 14, 1736, “a township in the unappropriated lands of the province, of the contents of six miles square, with one thousand acres added for ponds” and two rods in each hundred “for unevenness of surface and swag of chain,” and...

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  • Town of New Boston Recreation Department

    Mission Statement Our goal is to make recreational activities available to everyone in New Boston....

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  • Whipple Free Library

    History of the Whipple Free Library: The Whipple Free Library was established by one of New Boston's more prominent citizens, J.R. Whipple. After recovering from a failed Boston grocery venture, he went on to become one of the country's leading hotelmen and a millionaire...

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  • New Boston Community Theatre Project

    The NBCTP formed in early 2004 to provide quality theatrical entertainment to the local community. This can only be done through community involvement and support. While there are many community theaters or companies in New Hampshire, there are only a few in the immedia...

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  • Hillsboro County Agricultural Fair

    History: Foreword:The year New Boston failed to hold it's Annual Agricultural Fair - 1947. 1948:Joe English Grange, #53, renewed New Boston's past pleasurable event. With guidance of Chairman Donald E. Byam and the Grange's agricultural committee, the fair once again came ...

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  • New Boston Farmers' Market

    The market offers organic locally grown produce, exquisite chocolates & bonbons, all natural handmade tallow based soaps, pure natural honey, delicious frosted cookies & pastries, homemade breads, farmstead cheese & yogurt, unique handmade beaded jewelry, jams &a...

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  • Hilltop Bottom Farm

    The Hilltop Bottom Farm CSA is a credit system of at least $50 per season. We recommend about a $30/wk credit or $240/year. If you pay before April 1, you recieve a 10% addition to your credit (or your credit will by worth $264). Pick up your choice of food on a first come, ...

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  • Middle Branch Farm

    Our 2011 Season will begin in late June or early July and run 16 weeks.The vegetable share includes pick your herbs,flowers, beans and peas as well as all the vegetables and herbs on this listing.2011 Meat Share, four distribuitons (one per month) choose from an assortment o...

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  • The Fresh Air Fund

    The Fresh Air Fund is an independent, not-for-profit agency that has provided free summer experiences to more than 1.7 million New York City children from low-income communities since 1877. Each summer, over 4,000 children visit volunteer host families in rural, suburban and...

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  • Friendly Beaver Campground

    Friendly Beaver Campground is family owned. We are open all year long! There are always many activities going on for all ages. We offer seasonal and weekend camping.Voted Best Campground in NH by The Union Leader Readers!...

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  • Loyal Dog Winery
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  • New Boston 4th of July Celebration

    New Boston's 86th Annual 4th of Ju ‹ly CelebrationThe New Boston 4th of July Celebration is a cherished tradition not only in New Boston, but for people in near and far who come to celebrate year after year. The event kicks-off with a rockin' benefit Barn Dance on Saturday, ...

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  • Piscataquog Land Conservancy

    Our Mission:TO CONSERVE the natural and scenic landscapes of the Piscataquog, Souhegan and Nashua River watershed communities of Amherst, Bedford, Brookline, Deering, Dunbarton, Francestown, Goffstown, Greenfield, Greenville, Henniker, Hollis, Lyndeborough, Manchester, Mason...

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New Boston, New Hampshire. Population for New Boston from the last gathering is 4138. You can view New Boston venues that host many New Boston NH events every year.

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New Boston New Hampshire has a latitude of 42.977298736572266 and a longitude of -71.69730377197266. View the full profile

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