Come meet some individuals who have shaped Barrington History!
Tours on Tuesday, July 26th & Thursday, July 28th. SIGNUP FOR A TOUR
Tours start at 5 pm and leave every 15 minutes until 7:30. Each tour will last about an hour. About 15 people per tour. Tour start and parking available at the First Congregational Church of Barrington.
Please arrive 10 minutes before your scheduled tour. Walk-ins are accepted on a space available basis. Ground is gravel but mostly level- some uneven spots. Tours will be by donation on-site- anything beyond expenses will be donated to the Barrington Food Pantry.
In case of rain tour will be cancelled for the duration of the rain
SIGNUP FOR A TOUR
Read A History of the First Congregational church of Barrington 1722
FREE ADMISSION . . . all welcome!
- Antique Tractor Demo
- Horse Drawn Wagon Rides
- Revolutionary & Civil War Artifacts
- Rug Braiding Demo
- Coin Sawdust Scramble
- Scavenger Hunt
- Antique Vehicles
- Cowasuck Band of Pennacook Abenaki People
- History of Swains Lake
- Door Prizes
- Bake Sale
- Many other historical exhibits and more!
- Musical duo Green Heron – acclaimed artists of bluegrass, folk & beyond
- Chicken BBQ … grilled on site, join us!
Saturday April 9th 2022
7pm showtime – Barrington Middle School
All star lineup – Joel Sherburne master of ceremonies & show director
- Shades o Grass – bluegrass country band
- Rebecca Rule – author, storyteller & humorist
- Bob Chadbourn on the piano
- Special guest “Country Joel”
Proceeds to benefit The Barrington Tricentennial Celebration
- Adults $15
- Seniors 65 and older $10
- Children $5
Tickets available at the Barrington library and at the door.
Doors open at 6:30
Its promises to be a great time!
Ever wanted to be in a parade? Well, this could be the time to make it happen. The Barrington Tricentennial Committee would like to invite our residents and neighbors to consider putting an application in for a float or act. Please find the rules and application below.
Click here for the rules and application (PDF)
To kick off our year of celebration, the Barrington Tricentennial Committee has come up with a snow sculpture contest. The rules are simple and the winner will be determined by people’s choice. This will be a fun family event!
To submit a sculpture, click here and send us a note via Facebook Messenger with the photo(s) attached. Please also include your name, e-mail address, phone number and location of the sculpture at the time of submission.
Available now for purchase!! We have a special commemorative license plate to adorn the from of you vehicle.
***TO PURCHASE*** The special ONE YEAR only plate will be $20 each and available at the Public Safety Building and Town hall to start.
Other purchase locations to come. STAY TUNED!
Display of this commemorative plate on a vehicle
is approved by the NH Division of Motor Vehicles in
accordance with the following conditions:
• Only during the anniversary year from
January 1, 2022 until December 31, 2022;
• Only on a legally registered motor vehicle, which is
inspected for the current year;
• Only on the front of a motor vehicle in place of the
regular number plate, with the rear number plate
remaining in place.
Care: Use of a mild detergent and low pressure
when washing is recommended.
Barrington 300th Anniversary – let’s celebrate!
We are hosting a logo design contest for Barrington’s 300th Anniversary in 2022. The contest is open to Barrington residents only. Designs should consist of a drawing, either freehand or computer generated and can be no bigger than 8 1/2″ x 11″ and no smaller than 4″x 4″. Designs should be suitable for reproduction and need to reflect the history, heritage or culture of Barrington. The design needs to include the following: The date 1722-2022, the words 300th Anniversary or Tricentennial and Barrington, NH. Entries can be mailed to P.O. Box 660 Barrington, NH 03825 in a sealed envelope clearly marked 300th Logo Contest. Please include the following information on the back of your entry: Name, Age, Address , and phone number. We will have a winner from two age categories: Elementary through Middle School and High School through Adult. The deadline for submissions is April 30,2019.
This page is a work in progress and will be used to promote our 300th celebration in 2022. Please check back for more information!