Centennial Hall Fast Facts
Centennial Hall is not a town building and is owned and managed by the non-profit Friends of Centennial Hall (FOCH).
The FOCH live in the community and volunteer their time and skills to support the restoration and renovation of the Hall.
Tenants offer a wide variety of classes to the community and their rents help pay for the Hall’s operational costs.
Community groups and non-profits utilize the Hall for meetings, classes and social events.
FOCH operates without overhead so all donations go directly to renovation and restoration projects. Recently completed projects include; parking lot paving, new building entry walkways, new doors, new signage, resurfacing and refinishing studio floors – and are the direct result of donor gifts.
We are only able to use a small portion of the Hall as we look to add an elevator to gain access to the second floor grand ballroom.
Membership and Donations
We are a non-profit organization tax exempt under IRC Sec 501(c)(3). Donations are tax deductible to the full extent provided by law.
Thank you to all who donated to our annual appeal. Your gifts are hard at work on important restoration projects. A few more limited edition, 9×12 signed, Robert Steadman giclee prints are available for your donation over $100. This is a one time opportunity to own a beautiful print of Mr. Steadman’s watercolor, Lands Ends, and help your neighborhood landmark.
The FOCH are your neighbors and friends who volunteer their time and talents to preserve a piece of history. Come Celebrate the Community Spirit and join us today!
Please come over for ice cream during the Bandstand summer concert series. Visit Carolyn and Sue and take a tour of the second floor grand ballroom.
“This Historic Resource has been Protected with the Assistance from the NH Land and Community Heritage Investment Program”