Help Open the Ballroom
From its founding in 1876 through today, Centennial Hall plays a vital role in the cultural enrichment and education of North Hampton’s citizens. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in May, 2016, the building operations and restoration is managed by The Friends of Centennial Hall, Inc., a New Hampshire registered 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization. With so few of these special buildings left, especially ones that continue to vibrantly serve the community, the building’s survival depends on donor support.
We need to raise an additional $400,000 in order to complete Phase 2 of our Restoration Plans to Open the Ballroom!
Thank you to our generous donors for your continued support!
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About the Hall
Since 1875 the historic Centennial Hall has remained the Cultural Hub of North Hampton and surrounding communities.
FOCH are members of the community that volunteer their time and talents to maintain & restore the Hall.
OPEN THE BALLROOM
Centennial Hall’s long term survival depends on its renewed vitality as a community gathering place.
“… preservationists have always been able to imagine possibilities. Who else looks at a dilapidated building and sees not only how it looked historically, but a vision of what it might become?”