Welcome to the New Market Historical Society
We are dedicated to increasing public understanding and enthusiasm for our local history and preservation. Our mission is to provide a central location, where we can store, introduce, interpret, and stimulate the study of local history. Our goals are to tell Newmarket’s story, preserve its local artifacts, and sponsor historical events and educational opportunities. Please consult our program of events for exact dates, times, and locations for our meetings and events. The public is always welcome to attend our educational meetings, which are free except for select special events.
Donations are always welcomed and greatly appreciated!
We end our 50th year with three holiday events:
Bring your friends and neighbors to the Stone School Museum decked out in its holiday finery.
Learn about the history behind many of our holiday traditions, enjoy refreshments, readings from old diaries, and our display of old toys from our collection.
Shop for Newmarket keepsake gifts: Christmas Ornaments, a hand written Newmarket historic map, Chris Hyslop’s Newmarket pictorial book, plates, photographs by Donna Jeanne Chick, and other local items.
Look for the full day’s schedule of events on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/New-Market-NH-Historical-Society/124908584297738
We meet 7 p.m. at Panzanella’s and move to The Joinery, Stone Church, River Works, Jonny Boston’s, and end at Polish American Club
Tickets: $20, all proceeds to the New Market Historical Society.
Required: Santa or elve attire (No Grinches, please !)
You will receive wristbands that entitle you to discounted Henniker beers. Prizes awarded for best male and female outfits.
A fun and Safe event, one that is based on Newmarket’s rich history of rum, cider mills, taverns, and distilleries. Once upon a time, downtown Newmarket had 5 churches and 22 taverns!
Purchase Tickets via PayPal on this home page.
The Stone School Museum, built in 1841, as a two-room schoolhouse, and now home to the New Market Historical Society, is located high upon Zion’s Hill on Granite Street. Hours of operation are in our program of events and are on our web page and Facebook. If you need further information, please call 603-659-7420 and leave a message or via email at email@example.com. Your inquiry will be returned as soon as possible.
$17 for members, $19 for non-members
Books available and can be purchased on line with PayPal—or contact us via email at
If shipped — an additional shipping & handling fee of $4 applies.
All proceeds from the sale of this book by the New Market Historical Society help the preservation of our collection.
We greatly appreciate your membership and donations, and look forward to seeing you at our meetings and events. Members receive free admission to all our meetings and non-members can attend most meetings and events for free. Please make it a point to introduce someone new to one of our events.