Town of Rumney New Hampshire

Rumney Old Home Day Celebration

Always the Second Saturday in August

On the Common

All day long, for all ages
Community & Kids Parade
Crafters & Food
Activities & Entertainment
for Young and Old!

At the Russell School

In the evening:
Frying Pan Toss
FREE Ice Cream Social

Committee Members

Change is Happening! Watch for updates regarding the new committee.
Roger Scroggins — 786-9902

About Old Home Day

Rumney Old Home Day Committee is a group of volunteers meeting to organize and plan these events. Please consider joining us as there is always a need for more volunteers.

The Rumney Common is located on Main Street.
The Rumney Russell School is located on School Street.

Thank You!

The Rumney 250 Committee had a very successful year with events scheduled through-out the year. Needless to say it took a lot of hands and lots of donations, both monetary, time, and knowledge to make this all work.

Our donors certainly get a “big” thank you and are as follows:

Major donors:
Woodsville Savings Bank
Polar Caves
Cersosismos Lumber
Precision Lumber
New Hampshire Electric
Lookout Farm
Gerard Thibodeau
North Country Quilters
Mid State Health
The Little House Inn & Hostel
Yeaton Oil
Corner Cuts & Curls
OMG Day Spa
Rumney Rocks Bistro
Plain Jane’s Diner
Rumney Veterinary Hospital
Jim Spanos Realty
Oikle & Son Landscaping
Common Café
Brookside Lumber
Rustic Designs
Brian Preman
Penny Saver
Steve Diggs
Jeff Day
Rumney Village Store
David Comverse
Chase St. Market
Common Man
Shaneware Pottery
Plymouth Animal Hospital
George’s Seafood & BBQ
Squam Lakes Science Center
Linda Gadwah
Dead River
Rick Borger

Kathy Sobetzer, Kathy Wallace, John Allen and Roger Daniels all did a fantastic job researching and preparing the “Five Villages” presentations as have Anne Dow and Tom Wallace writing the “Peek at the Past”.

Another feature this year was the building of a beautiful bandstand in the Town Common. This was spearheaded, created and built by Brad Eaton and his fellow workers. Many people joined in this effort and it was finished the day before Old Home Day:

Steve Weber
David Hall
Leroy Bixby
Brian Paquette
Carl Doe
Dave Finnell
Brett Miller
Derek Eaton
Josh Nossaman with Emmet and Olive
Nick Coursey
Terry French — Brookside Building
Shermin Williams
Ray Wisner
John Surfass
Central NH Aggregates
Jim Turbyne
John Bartlett
Nate Myles
Steve Daniels
Richard Hovey
Tim Lewis
Ian Rollison
Collin Eaton
Steve Tallman
Ashland Lumber
Jim Burns
Frosty Sobetzer
Kathy Wallace

The Rumney Baptist Church has played a major role in the festivities and provided a fantastic “thank you” dinner to the committee. We also thank Donna Rhodes for her time and talent in coming to our events and writing up the articles for the paper.

There were many people involved with helping on the Common and at the ice cream social and other events that deserve special thanks. Not to be forgotten are all the town departments that were involved — thank you

Rumney Selectmen
Rumney Highway
Byron G. Merrill Library
Rumney Historical Society
Rumney Fire Department
Russell Elementary School

If anyone was missed we do apologize!

Thank you all — The 250th Committee

We look forward to seeing you all on August 11, 2018!