Upcoming Meetings & Public Hearing

 Upcoming Meetings & Notices

All meetings will be held at the Town Hall unless otherwise noted 

Town Hall & Library CLOSED, Thursday, November 11 

Select Board Budget Workshop, Saturday, November 13 at 9am For your convenience, the remote hybrid meeting information is listed below: ZOOM Link Phone: 1 929 205 6099 US Meeting ID: 854 8447 8248 

Select Board Public Hearing Re: Anti-Camping Ordinance followed by Budget Workshop, Monday, November 15 at 6:30pm For your convenience, the remote hybrid meeting information is listed below: Link: ZOOM Link Phone: 1 929 205 6099 US Meeting ID: 829 7656 7897 

Budget Committee Meeting, Wednesday, November 17 at 6:30pm 

Virtual Veterans Day Celebration 2020

Over the years, many from the seacoast area and beyond have had the opportunity to join the Marshwood Middle School community at their annual Veterans Day Celebration and witnessed the care, respect, and genuine dignity that students and staff have fostered for our veterans and first responders. During this current period of uncertainty with the global pandemic, our grade six, seven, and eight students and faculty have created, yet again, a comprehensive program to thank those that protect us. This year marks our twentieth celebration and they would like to share this “Virtual Veterans Day Celebration 2020” with as many of the residents, district families, staff, and leaders of our communities as possible.
We thank you for being in attendance as our honored guests at past celebrations and we hope to share our celebration with you in-person next November.
Please know we are very grateful for your leadership and service as well as your kindness in recognizing the importance of our celebration. Please enjoy the video.

Click here to view the MMS Veterans Day Video

With our sincere thanks and wishes,
Catherine Locke, Ashleigh Locke, and Kristine Bisson
Organizers of Marshwood Middle School Annual Veterans Day Celebration
Over the years, many from the seacoast area and beyond have had the opportunity to join the Marshwood Middle School community at their annual Veterans Day Celebration and witnessed the care, respect, and genuine dignity that students and staff have fostered for our veterans and first responders. During this current period of uncertainty with the global pandemic, our grade six, seven, and eight students and faculty have created, yet again, a comprehensive program to thank those that protect us. This year marks our twentieth celebration and they would like to share this “Virtual Veterans Day Celebration 2020” with as many of the residents, district families, staff, and leaders of our communities as possible.
We thank you for being in attendance as our honored guests at past celebrations and we hope to share our celebration with you in-person next November.
Please know we are very grateful for your leadership and service as well as your kindness in recognizing the importance of our celebration. Please enjoy the video.

Click here to view the MMS Veteran’s Day Video

With our sincere thanks and wishes,
Catherine Locke, Ashleigh Locke, and Kristine Bisson
Organizers of Marshwood Middle School Annual Veterans Day Celebration

Veterans Day Event at the Wentworth House

Serving Their Country at the Wentworth House

In honor of American veterans, past and present, the Colonel Paul Wentworth House will host Serving Their Country, a day-long living history tribute to American soldiers on Veterans Day, Sunday, November 11.

Visit the historic Wentworth House in Rollinsford for a day of displays and living-history demonstrations illustrating the lives and stories of America’s citizen-soldiers from the colonial period through modern times.  Historical reenactors with carefully researched and period-accurate uniforms and equipment will portray soldiers from the colonial and Revolutionary eras, the Civil War, the world wars, and the Vietnam War.

In addition, to mark the centennial of the end of World War I, the presenters will march to the Martel-Roberge American Legion Hall on Foundry Street for an 11 am ceremony commemorating the exact hour and day of the armistice which ended that conflict in 1918.

The event will run from 10 am to 4 pm at the Wentworth House on Water Street in Rollinsford. Admission is $5 for the general public; free for veterans and active duty personnel, children, and ARCH members.

The circa 1701 Wentworth House is maintained by the Association for Rollinsford Culture and History (ARCH) as an educational and cultural center for the community.  For more information about this and other events at the Wentworth House, consult the ARCH website at paulwentworthhouse.org.