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  • Library Arts Center

    The Library Arts Center is a regional cultural and arts center, where residents and visitors can observe, study and participate in the Arts. It has served the community since 1967, when renovations transformed the Victorian carriage house behind the Richards Library into a s...

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  • Philip Read Memorial Library

    The first library in Plainfield Village was established in 1805. In 1920 Edmund S. Read wished to honor his father and at the same time provide the people of Plainfield with their own library building. Mr. Read constructed the Philip Read Memorial Library and then offered th...

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  • Plainfield Community Baptist Church

    The Plainfield Community Baptist Church is an American Baptist church in its affiliation but non-denominational in its tradition. We seek to serve our God and Christ through our worship, mission and outreach programs, and other ministries. ...

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  • Christ Community Church
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  • Town of Plainfield

    About Us: Plainfield was chartered in 1761. It developed into an agricultural community which flourished in the 19th and 20th centuries and grew to encompass Plainfield Village, Meriden Village, and East Plainfield. It has become a residential community which values its a...

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  • Town of Newport

    The Sunshine Town, Newport, NH is a small friendly town nestled in the hills of western New Hampshire, in the scenic upper Connecticut River Valley. It is conveniently located between Interstates 89 and 91. A rural community, populated with a little over 6,000 citizens, the ...

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  • Newport School District
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  • Richards Free Library

    History of the Library Library service to the people of Newport began in 1803 when the Newport Social Library was granted its charter. About the same time a Social Library was established in what is now North Newport. Important book collections were also housed in the town&...

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  • Newport Area Chamber of Commerce
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  • The Library Arts Center

    The Library Arts Center is a regional cultural and arts center, where residents and visitors can observe, study and participate in the Arts. It has served the community since 1967, when renovations transformed the Victorian carriage house behind the Richards Library into a s...

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  • St. Vasilios Greek Orthodox Church

    The mission of our parish is threefold: To lovingly serve the liturgical and sacramental needs of Orthodox Christians in Newport and surrounding areas. To perpetuate a living community of faith for future generations by practicing good stewardship of our time, talents ...

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  • Newport Community Television

    Newport Community Television, Inc. (NCTV) is a non-profit, membership-based corporation established in 1993 to operate and message facilities for public, educational, and governmental (PEG) access on the cable television system in Newport, New Hampshire. Under the terms of t...

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  • Newport Opera House
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  • Newport Lions Club
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  • Lake Sunapee Baptist Church

    Mission: We are a church with a burning desire to share the grace of God and the love of Jesus Christ with everyone in the Lake Sunapee region and with the many visitors who come to our exciting area to summer at Lake Sunapee or who enjoy the majestic beauty and skiing at M...

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  • Sunshine Baptist Church
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  • Newport Farmers Market

    Season: Summer Market Hours: May 19th through October 6th, 2017 Every Friday, 3 pm - 6 pm Location: Town Common...

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  • Gypsy Meadows Farm

    We deliver to groups in the Upper Valley, as well as Southern NH and metro Boston on a weekly basis. Our products are thoroughly washed and chilled overnight for quality. We try to maintain as much variety as we can throughout the season, as new crops come in. Contact us for...

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  • Newport Golf Club

    The origins of the club began just prior to 1920, when two residents of Newport, Bob Gould and Sid Rollins, grew tired of making the 10-mile trek to Claremont to play golf. Gould and Rollins believed that their town should have its own course and thus assembled a group of li...

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  • Newport Health Center

    With the closing of Newport Hospital in 1991, New London Hospital recognized the need for continuing primary care and ancillary services to Newport residents and opened the Newport Health Center. The Newport Health Center is an ongoing commitment by the Board of Trustees of ...

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  • Riverview Farm

    About Us: It's been over 30 years since we moved from the Meriden side of town to establish Riverview Farm.  Our oldest daughter, Amy, was just six months old.  Large pine had grown in what is now our oldest part of the orchard. There was no view of the river from the hous...

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  • Hidden Field Fir Farm
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  • Newport Winter Carnival
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  • Kimball Union Academy
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Plainfield Town Facts

Plainfield, New Hampshire. Population for Plainfield from the last gathering is 2241. You can view Plainfield venues that host many Plainfield NH events every year.

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Plainfield New Hampshire has a latitude of 43.37929916381836 and a longitude of -72.18070220947266. View the full profile

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