Hello! I acquired this beautiful real photo postcard, and I am wondering if you may have any information to share on it. I am guessing, from the details in the photo and the postcard markings on the back , that it was taken 1925 to 1930, at the latest. The gas sign says "That Good Gulf Gas."
Looking to see if there is interest in some articles
A journey to The City of Gladness on the Hampton Falls River and to the upper falls.
Do you have any other pictures of the old Merrill’s Store??
Rye Historical Society has put together a new monthly genealogy group if anyone is interested in joining us. https://fb.me/e/17rENUM0X
Save the date for a CELEBRATION OF LIFE for Auntie Marie.
After a lot of thought we have rescheduled moms Celebration of life to Sat August 29,2020 1 pm Hampton Falls Baptist Church. We hope to see many former students and friends of moms there to share your memories. We pray that your family stays healthy during this stressful time and believe this is all in Gods hands.This is a party to celebrate what a wonderful life mom had .....please no black clothes...mom hated black.. so the brighter the better...balloons and cake are in order for the day...and yes we will be releasing the balloons with messages for mom attached to them. Additionally, remember we are collecting backpacks( filled with supplies) for the less fortunate kindergarteners in the seacoast. Hope to see you all there.
We had a wonderful time talking about all things containers at the Hampton Falls Historical Society this past Saturday! Thank you for everyone who was able to come out to learn more about flower containers and for the Historical Society for hosting us!
The Christmas Season is here and I think back to Mr, & Mrs. Vatcher and the tree farm....For many years this couple helped to make the start of our Christmas season perfect..,,No one in the area would think of going place but the Vatcher's for a tree...Mrs, Vatcher in her powder blue VW bug,,the hand made braided rug on the family room floor,,,Mr. Vatcher asking is that tree big enough ???? I think of the both of the often...Thank you both for such great memories
Great Presentation last night at the Historical Society. 10,000 years of Indian presence in Hampton Falls new=ar where the old Edgerly Farm used to be off Depot rd.
Can anyone tell me if the Rev Scruton still alive...I can not thin of his first name at this time but it started with an E...Everett ?
Historical Programs coming to the Hampton Falls Free Library
Sept. 20 - J. Dennis Robinson, Author
Nov. 15 - Ramblin Richard-Songs of WWII
Feb. 21'17 -- Mary Todd Lincoln
Stay tuned or go to hamptonfallslibrary.org
Kick off Thurs. June 9th w/ Theo Martey's West African Drum & Dance Band!! More details below. You won't believe your ears or eyes!!
Category: Summer Music and Concerts for Families & All Ages
Friends of the Hampton Falls Bandstand announces an exciting new free concert series, “Feel the Heat of the Beat….Uncommon Concerts on the Common” in Hampton Falls, NH. They aim to entertain and at the same time broaden and enrich the musical scope of their community. Every Thursday evening starting June 9, 6:30 – 7:45 pm, everyone is invited to enjoy top caliber, diverse musicians, food and camaraderie. The series will run from June 9 to Aug. 25th. The series will include musicians from West Ghana, Cuba, New Orleans, Jazz, R & B, Blues, Country & Western; Bluegrass, Rock n Roll and the last, August 25th concert with Islandside will feature music from Jamaica. The town bandstand is located on the corner of Rte 1 and Rte 88 in Hampton Falls. Rain site will be the Hampton Fall’s Fire Station. Concert organizers note that they'll also be several feature artist meet and greets. The concerts are organized and run by an all volunteer board and donations are welcome. To learn more and view the list of musicians visit the Friends of the Bandstand page, https://www.facebook.com/hamptonfallsbandstand/
or call 603-926-FALL.