Directions

It’s Festival Time!

Newmarket Mills
55 Main St.

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PARKING
Limited parking is available in the municipal lot across from the Newmarket Mills (55 Main St./Route 108), the municipal lot on Water St., and at the Newmarket Town Hall. Some spaces are also available along Newmarket’s Main Street. Please note: The Newmarket Main Street Corp. accepts no responsibility for illegally parked vehicles, which may be towed at the owner’s expense.

Handicap Access: The Millspace is handicap-accessible. Best access point is on the riverside entrance of the Newmarket Mills.

Reminder: This is a No Smoking event. For safety reasons, it is also a “fido-free” environment. Service dogs only are allowed. Thanks for your understanding.

For more information:
Email: newmarketfest@yahoo.com
Phone:
603.659.5588
Mail:
Newmarket Heritage Festival * 186 Main St. * Newmarket, NH 03857

 


DIRECTIONS
From Massachusetts
Follow 95 North; at the Hampton, NH Toll Booths stay to the right taking Exit 2 (Route 101 West) to Exeter/Manchester. In about 3 miles take the exit for Route 108 (Exit 11). Take a right on 108, going north. Go about 7 miles to Newmarket.

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From Manchester, NH
Take Route 101 East to Portsmouth and stay on 101 for approximately 30 miles. Take exit 11 onto 108 going north towards Stratham, Newmarket, Durham. Go about 7 miles to Newmarket.

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From Maine
Follow I-95 South to Portsmouth. Take Route 16 (Spaulding Turnpike) Northwest toward Dover. Less than 4 miles to Exit 6 W Route 4 West to Durham, Concord. Go about 5 miles and exit onto Route 108 South (left) to Durham/Newmarket. About a mile on 108 is a stop light where you stay left to Newmarket (continuing on Route 108 / Newmarket Road south). Go about 5 miles until you come to downtown Newmarket.

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From the White Mountains
Follow Route 16 (Spaulding Turnpike) to Dover. Take exit 7 to Durham. Go right at the end of the ramp onto Route 108 and it is about 4 miles to the stop light in Durham. Stay left at that light onto 108 South to Newmarket. Go about 5 miles until you come to downtown Newmarket.

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From Concord, NH
Take Route 293 to Route 4 East toward Portsmouth. About 45 minutes to Route 108 South to Durham/Newmarket. About a mile on 108 is a stop light where you stay left to Newmarket. Go about 5 miles until you come to downtown Newmarket.



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  • Heritage at the Mills 2015!

    SEE YOU AT THE MILLS! In 2015, the Newmarket  Heritage Festival begins a new chapter, producing its first Heritage at the Mills event–plus Music on Main Street. Heritage at the Mills 2015 features the Akwaaba Dance and Drum Ensemble, bringing the rhythms and sounds of Africa to the Newmarket Millspace on Saturday, May 30, from 2-5 p.m. Produced by the award-winning Newmarket Heritage Festival, Heritage at the Mills features a high-energy performance by the Akwaaba Ensemble from 4-5 p.m.

    Before the performance, drum enthusiasts can attend a workshop led by Akwaaba founder Theo Martey: one for children (ages 4-12) from 2-2:45 p.m. or one for adults (ages 13 and up) from 3-3:45 p.m. No experience necessary. Attend the workshops and/or the performance. Admission is $5 (children under 4, free) and covers the whole event.

    Strolling performers will also provide “Music on Main Street” (12 noon – 6 p.m.), bringing multicultural entertainment to downtown eateries and merchants. Performers include popular musicians from past festivals: Opa’s Oompah Band, Patriot Fife and Drum, Sax Pack, Eastern Sound Trio, and the Granite Statesmen Barbershop Quartets. Stroll the sidewalks and discover the great food, great shops, and great people in historic downtown Newmarket!

    Also taking place on May 30 will be the town’s Memorial Day Parade at 11 a.m., the Newmarket Gardeners Plant Sale from 8 a.m. -1 p.m., and an open house at the Art Alley Gallery in the Mills.

    Heritage at the Mills 2015 continues the “celebration of the arts, culture, history, and community spirit” that has always defined the Heritage Festival, according to festival organizers. This spirit remains a vital part of what makes this town special.

    See you at the Mills!

  • Introducing…Heritage Festival 2014!

    LET THE FESTIVAL BEGIN! Heritage Festival 2014 is all set up and ready to go in the Newmarket Mills at 55 Main Street. See you there! Thanks to our incredible volunteer team, who spent the entire day setting up for the big event. A special shout-out to our talented stage decorating duo, Austin and Barbara. And to two great area nurseries, Churchill’s Gardens and Stratham Circle Nursery, who supplied our fabulous stage decor. Let the international block party begin!

  • Volunteering is Fun!

    FREE ADMISSION! Want to help set up for the festival? Or help out in the admissions booth? It’s easy! It’s fun! And you get free admission to a whole day of fabulous music, artisans, and more. Your day of guaranteed fun is just a click away: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0B4AA8AD28A6FB6-festival

Heritage Festival 2010 Pictures!
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