My 10 Reasons to go to Old Home Day in Londonderry

Aug 12, 2011 No Comments by

The Roaming Railrod in operation in Londonderry, New Hampshire at Old Home Day

    1. See Bob Lincoln as 2011 OHD Grand Marshall cruising down Mammoth Street in a convertible. Wish him well before his move to Florida.
    2. Run in the road race on Saturday morning at 8 a.m. or cheer runners on!
    3. Swingin’ with the Seniors — Concert Wed. 8/17 night with the 20-piece Windham Swing Band. Folks of all ages are invited.
    4. Kidz Night is Thursday 8/18, 5:30-8:30 p.m. @ Londonderry Town Common. Bounce houses, characters, entertainment and more.  For ages 10 and under.
    5. New Movie Night! — For older children (middle-school age and up), Movie Mania night begins at 9 PM Thursday on the Common.  The movie, age appropriate for ages 12 and up, will create a new event in the this town-wide celebration.
    6. Friday Concert and Fireworks — The Souled Out Show Band is a high-energy band — Concert 7:15-8:45 p.m. @ front lawn of LHS — Fireworks start at 8:45 pm!
    7. Baby contest on Sat. morning at 9 AM, Londonderry High School cafeteria.
    8. Firefighters vs. Police softball game Friday 6p.m. @ Matthew Thornton Field — rain or shine!
    9. Contemporary Christian Concert on Sunday 3 p.m. @ Londonderry Town Common.
    10. Best parade in the entire state of New Hampshire starts at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, 8/21. Come early for a good seat – or stand!

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A well known community activist in Londonderry Mary has contributed to Old Home Day for the last decade. She has served on the budget committee, and was a key participant in the best towns and best schools initiative.
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