• DOVER400 DEBUTS ORNAMENT First in a Series to Celebrate History

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    November 13, 2019

    Dover400, a committee of residents organizing Dover’s 400th Anniversary, recently debuted its first of five holiday ornaments in celebration of Dover’s 400th birthday. Produced by Hampshire Pewter, the series is limited to only 200 pieces.

     

    Unveiled during Apple Harvest Day, the souvenir showcases Dover’s beloved landmark, the Damn Garrison House. Each year leading up to 2023, a new ornament will be released featuring a distinguished piece of Dover history and culture.

     

    Ornaments can be purchased for $20 at the Dover Public Library or the City Clerk’s Office. Or simply send $28 and the ornament will be shipped directly to you. Make checks payable to the City of Dover NH with Dover400 in the memo.  Send to Cathy Beaudoinc/o Dover Public Library
    73 Locust Street, Dover, NH 03820. 
    For more information about the campaign, to become a sponsor or to donate, please contact Dover 400th Anniversary Committee Chair, Kevin McEneaney at k.mceneaney@dover.nh.gov or visit www.dover.nh.gov/dover400.

     

     

    About 400th Anniversary Committee

    Established in 1623, Dover was the first permanent settlement in New Hampshire.  The

    400th Anniversary Committee was formed to plan and organize the City’s 400th birthday

    celebration which will include historical reenactments, fireworks and parades, school

    involvement, souvenirs and more.