Nutfield 300th Anniversary

16 Families, Nutfield begins, the first Potato...Nutfield 300th 

Anniversary History Tour

  • Windham Celebration, 
  •  Derry Celebration, July 4 and September 14, 2019  
  •  Londonderry Celebration, August 13-18, 2019 

This history tour was created to educate and inform families in the three principle towns that once were part of Nutfield, namely Derry, Londonderry, and Windham.  

Windham NH Nutfield 300th Celebration

Friday May 31st:

4:30 PM - Kick-off event – Town Common, 3 North Lowell Road

Opening remarks by Peter Griffin followed by Windham 275th Time Capsule Dedication with Richard Armstrong. Canon firing by The First Regiment.

6 to 8 PM - Power at the Tower Car Show - A.J. Letizio Enterprise Center, 55 Enterprise Drive Contact to enter your car. Entrants plan to arrive between 5:30 and 6:00pm. AJ's famous hot dogs and refreshments are free of charge to all attendees, courtesy of A.J. Letizio Enterprise Center. Voluntary Tax-deductible contributions in any amount by attendees will be gratefully accepted and go to Windham's Helping Hands.

Saturday June 1st:

11 AM to 5 PM - 36th Annual Strawberry Festival & Book Fair – Windham High School, 64 London Bridge Road

Enjoy food, music, games, homemade strawberry shortcake, and books for sale, during this community fundraiser to benefit Nesmith Library. THIS YEAR ONLY! Enjoy interactive demonstrations and hands on experiences such as pottery, historic flax processing, and beeswax candle making. Crafts for the kids include miniature kite decorating, candles, and clay medallion stamping. Local historians Derek Saffie and Carol Pynn will be available. Several FREE items will be available while supplies last; Rural Oasis, maps of Windham, 275th Program Guides, 1718 Booklet.

Commemorative Nutfield 300th Medal will be available for minimum donation of $10 each, complete with certificate of authenticity.

Sunday June 2nd:

10 AM - F2FC 5K Family Fun Walk/Run - Cobbetts Pond Plaza

Family oriented 5k walk/run hosted by Fight 2 Finish Cancer.

Noon to 4 PM - Town Museum open house, 3 North Lowell Road

The Museum building, now on the National Register of Historic Places, is highlighted on the commemorative medal. New artifacts are on display from the Campbell family.

2 PM to 4 PM - Searles School and Chapel, 3 Chapel Road. The building will be open to the public to view, and Betty Dunn will play the tower chimes.

3:45 PM - Outdoor Service provided by Windham Presbyterian Church - Town Common, 3 North Lowell Road

4:30 PM to 6:30 PM - Ham and Bean Supper - Windham Presbyterian Church, 1 Church Street