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Londonderry Old Home Day Parade

August 17, 2019 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

The Londonderry Old Home Day Parade is the largest town parade in NH.  It draws approximately 6,000 spectators, who line up on the 1.2 mile parade route from the Middle School to Mack’s Apples.  Local bands and organizations participate in this parade, as well as some groups from our New England neighbors.  This year’s parade will be particularly special, since Londonderry and surrounding towns are celebrating the 300thanniversary of the settlement of Londonderry and it’s surrounding towns, originally known as Nutfield.


The parade will also be special because the Londonderry Republican Committee will be in the parade with vintage vehicles and many friends and members.  This is the first occasion in many years that we are joining the parade and letting our neighbors know that we have an active committee that is working to keep the New Hampshire Advantage alive and fighting every day to help our citizens remain tax free and protect their rights, including their right to bear arms.  We need to keep New Hampshire and the United States of America free, and we know that freedom is not free.  We are also marching to support our troops, veterans, and first responders.


Will you join us and show your “red” spirit by wearing something red and marching thru Londonderry’s main street to show our presence and determination to fight for all our rights.  Let’s keep Londonderry red.


If you are available, please meet at the Middle School at 9 am on Saturday, August 17th.  We hope our presence will resonate throughout the town!  Please RSVP me, Liz Thomas, at [email protected] or calling me at (603) 437-6090.  Please note that parking is not allowed at the Middle School.


After the parade, we will meet at the Republican Tent on the common and have a Meet and Greet with some of the 2020 candidates and our elected officials.


Please join the red wave!



August 17, 2019
9:00 am - 12:00 pm


Liz Thomas