Town of Rumney New Hampshire

Rumney 250th Celebration!

The 250th Celebration may be winding down but there is still more to come this year!

September 17th — 1pm — Mary Baker Eddy House Tour and Walking Tour - meet at the Mary Baker Eddy House

September 23rd — 10:30am — Quincy Guided Walking Tour - meet at the Athletic Field on Quincy Road

September 30th — Ceremony to unveil the plaques for Nathan Clifford's birthplace and the Coohos Road watering trough.
10:30am — Dedication of the Nathan Clifford plaque at his birthplace on Buffalo Rd just east of the Rattlesnake Mts. Trailhead
11:30am — Dedication of the Coos Road plaque at the east end of the common
12:00pm — Reception at the Rumney Historical Society Museum. The five village presentations will be show and light refreshments will be available.

October 7th — 10:30am — Rumney Village Walking Tour - meet at the Historical Society on Buffalo Road

There will be an exhibit by Artist Terry Downs and Poet Edith Patridge supporting their book A New Hampshire Village in Print and Poetry at the Byron G. Merrill Library for the entire month of September. A reception will be held on Thursday, September 21st from 4pm to 6pm at the library. You can read more about their book and reception.

Stay tuned for our next activity and check out www.rumney250.org for information as well.

Vehicle Registrations Notice

The New Hampshire Department of Motor Vehicle will be replacing their vehicle registration program starting on October 6th and running through October 10th.

During this time period the Town of Rumney will NOT be able to process any motor vehicle registrations.

You can read the full press release for more details.

Selectmen's Office Closed

The Rumney Selectmen's Office will be closed on Friday, September 29th.

Resident's Forum with the Selectmen
The Selectmen hold a Resident's Forum on the first Monday of each month at the beginning of their regular meeting. Between 7:00 and 7:30 residents have an opportunity to talk with the selectmen about town issues and concerns or ideas they may have.
No appointment is necessary.

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