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Announcements and Events

Public Meeting with Representative John Mann
Making an impact on the educational funding system in New Hampshire Sunday, February 17th at 2pm at the Chapel

John Mann will be coming to Marlow this Sunday to talk to anyone that is interested in learning about the legislative process and how we can make an impact on the educational funding system in New Hampshire . He will also give us some input on which bills he is leaning to support and why. Spread the word, everyone in town is invited. We will have coffee and cookies.

Potluck Social and Paint Night III 
Odd Fellows Hall
Saturday, April 13, 6-10pm

Doors open at 6pm for a potluck social and the paint flies at 7pm. The last two night were a lot of fun and we hope to continue the trend! The number of seats will be limited to 28 for this night and tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis. KO Cornhole has the tickets in hand and can accept paypal, credit cards, checks or cash. Pricing is $30 per seat. I can be reached here through PM or at 603-443-1117 (call or text). Due to the limited seating we cannot hold any tickets.

With spring fast approaching a painting of Cherry Blossoms seems appropriate! The featured 3 panel painting has a background meant to simulate an Asian feel of burnished foil. The Kanji letters on each pane translate into Live Laugh and Love. If you would prefer a different color, supplies will be available to do the silver/blue background. Both paintings use the same techniques. Although I have had a few comments stating this looked hard to do I can assure you it's not and we will use some different techniques to make it nice and easy.

If you have not been to a paint night before we provide ALL supplies and instruction. Just show up in some painting clothes and bring a beverage of your choice to sip on. Do try and make the potluck if you can....the main goal here is to have fun!

Silver/Blue option, different tree, no birds or Kanji

Marlow Historical Society Winter 2019 Newsletter Posted

Read about the Marlow Doughboys from World War I, a found Liberty Coin, a new picture book written and illustrated by Perkins Academy students, "A Diva's Tale" about renowned opera singer Maria Calista Huntley Piccioli, the Tinker Family, and Route 10: A Scenic Byway. Click here to read more...

Thank you for a Great Season from Aaron's Specialty

As our season comes to an end, we would like to thank everyone for their continued support. Our goal remains to grow and be the best!

Happy Holidays and Happy New Year from Aaron's Specialty.

Be Bold and Be Happy!

The Keene Sentinel picked up the story about the history book the 3/4 grade students in Marlow have created.Check it out!

Hometown diva: Marlow students create book about
opera singer native to town

    •  October 7, 2018

As part of a local history project, the students in grades 3/4 at the Perkins Academy of Marlow wrote and illustrated a book about the life of the world-famous opera singer, Calista Huntley Piccioli (also known as Maria Calisto), who was born in 1841 in Marlow, NH. The class worked together to write the text, create the illustrations, and learn about the past.

The book is available for $15 by contacting Leah Giles at lgiles@sau29.org. All proceeds from the book sales will go directly to supporting more student-centered local history projects like this one.

A bit of history
This town, a largely undisturbed agricultural community on the northern border of Cheshire County, is the prototype of a Yankee rural village.It was granted in 1753 under the name Addison, in honor of Joseph Addison, British essayist and poet, and Secretary of State for England, who signed the appointment papers making John Wentworth Lieutenant Governor of New Hampshire under the jurisdiction of Massachusetts in 1717.

Although there are persistent rumors that Marlow is named for the English poet, Christopher Marlowe, it seems more likely that, like many New England towns, Marlow is named after a place and the name "Marlow" recalls Marlowe, England. Perhaps some of our early settlers came from that region.

A New Hampshire source supports this view: New Hampshire: A History, Resources, Attractions, and Its People volume 1 by Hobart Pillsbury. He wrote, "It was re-granted in 1761 to William Noyes and others and named Marlow after an English town" (Pillsbury, p 234). Genealogical research on the origins of Marlow's settlers might shed light on the issue.
The picturesque village center, with its white church, Odd Fellows Hall, Town Hall and lily pond is one of the region's most photographed scenes and often the subject of an artist's brush. Marlow is the site of many marks of glacial action, and minerals are still found here. A woodworking industry once used the water power of the Ashuelot River to produce tools, furniture and wooden buckets from lumber cut nearby.

Regular Events

The Marlow Town Library at Jones Hall Presents
Free Movie Night

Join us on the 1st Friday of each month at 7:30 pm for some family friendly fun at the Jones Hall Theater 12 Church Street, Marlow, NH

Click the "Free Movie Night" link to see what is showing next!

Proceeds from the sale of refreshments benefit
the Jones Hall Renovation Fund.

Amazon Smile will donate 0.5% of your online purchases to 
Marlow Children’s Enrichment Trust
when you order online with Amazon Smile

Please consider shopping at Smile.Amazon.com and help support the Marlow Children’s Enrichment Trust by choosing our 501(c)(3) non-profit group to receive .5% of the proceeds of your order.

The process is simple - there is no cost to you, it's easy and fast to sign up, and it's easy to change to another non-profit to spread the funds! Thank you for your support!

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