Commemorative Ceremony
Thursday, October 1, 2015
at Founders Park, on the corner of Eastman Road and East Conway Road at the police station

sponsored by Conway Historical Society and the Ana Stickney Chapter of the NSDAR.
The celebration of the incorporation of the 250th Anniversary of the Town of Conway, NH.




View the Conway 250th Historical Display at Salyards Center for the Arts
presented by Conway Historical Society

Now Open Through October
Tuesday - Friday from 2:00 - 4:00 pm
Admission free - donations appreciated

Covering all aspects of Conway's history, from the Native American period to the coming of the settlers in the 18th century; plus farming and 19th century artists whose paintings served as the first postcards of the region, drawing early tourists here; early transportation, including stagecoaches and the arrival of the railroads; logging, millwork and the evolution of the town as a tourist and shopping destination, this tour includes original paintings, maps, displays and more.

Call 603-323-3359

Purchase your deck
of Conway 250th Commemorative Playing Cards

With 54 cards featuring Conway history!
Decks are $10.00 and available for sale

at the Chamber office
2617 White Mt. Highway,
North Conway Village. 9-5pm, M-F 
For more info please call 603-356-5701 ext. 300

Contact the 250th Anniversary Celebrations Committee!

Ribbon Cuttings
It was a grand day of celebration for the Town of Conway
with 3 ribbon cutting dedications.

The dedication of the
400 acre Marshall Conservation Land

Located off West Side Road, just north of the entrance to Hale’s Estates
and the Conway Scenic Railroad crossing.

Benefactor: Sut and Margaret Marshall and family

The dedication of Abenaki Native American site
on Intervale Crossroads in Intervale

Stephen Laurent;  an elder of the Abenaki Indian tribe and a champion of his language lived at the traditional tribal encampment at Intervale in New Hampshire. He moved to NH from Canada in the 1940’s and became the postmaster.

Benefactor: Connie Davis Watson Fund

Dedication of the new park
at the entrance to Redstone Village off Route 302.

4, 5 and 6 grade students from Pine Tree Elementary will be present to sing “I’ve been Working in the Quarry” words written by students to the tune of “I’ve Been Working on the Railroad.  They will be accompanied by Chris Lydecker on the Accordian and Sally Swenson on the Saw.

October 11

Mountain Top Music presents
Conway 250th Autumn Concert at Kennett High School
playing songs from 1965 to the present, come enjoy the
entertainment of a full orchestra with fanfare!

 Thank You Sponsors!

Mountain Center Physical Therapy

Country Cabinets

Rotary Club of North Conway

Atlas Pyro Fireworks

Infinger Insurance

Charitable Foundation


The Connie Davis Watson Fund

Pequawket Foundation

The Robert and Dorothy Goldberg 
Charitable Foundation

Northeast Auto Body

Conway 250th Anniversary Committee in the News...

Conway 250th Prepares for Its Birthday Celebration

Committee Planning Conway 

250th's Birthday Celebration Receives $10,000 Grant

Conway 250th Town Gift, Tele-Talk

The Robert and Dorothy Goldberg Foundation Presents Grant for Town's
250th Anniversary Celebration

Connie Davis Watson Foundation Contributes to Conway 250th Anniversary Celebration

Pequawket Foundation Awards Grant for 

Conway 250th Anniversary Celebration

Commemorative Deck of Card Orders

Winter Carnival