New in Town?

If you are a newcomer and we haven’t found you yet, please give one of us a call or send an email.  We’d love to welcome you to Nelson!
The Nelson Welcome Committee has a useful packet with information about local services, hours and contact information, Nelson activities and interest groups, hiking trails, the Keene transfer station, and a short history of Nelson.  We are available to come to your home and welcome you to our town, or we can send you a packet if you would like one.

For those who are already residents of Nelson, if you would like to help newcomers settle in or want to pay a visit to a new neighbor, we encourage you to obtain a packet from The Welcome Committee. If you would like a committee member to go with you, we can arrange that as well.

Betsey Church: betseyrick@gmail.com

Jan Perry:  perryland50@gmail.com

Judith Putzel: judith@putzel.net

Sara Sandberg: ecsandberg@gmail.com

Joy Birdsey: pjbirdsmith@gmail.com

Interested in Volunteering?

please contact the following individuals

Olivia Rodham Memorial Library contact Kris Finnegan
Friends of Olivia Rodham Memorial Library, (Annual Book Sale): Susan Hansel
Nelson School:  Sheila Vara
Nelson School PTO:   Joy Birdsey
Meals on Wheels:  Candyce Fulford
Nelson Fire Department:  Richard Lothrop
Old Home Day Committee:   Kathy Blaudschun
Monadnock Folklore Society: Lisa Sieverts
Cub Scouts:  Elaine Giacomo
Boy Scouts Troop 530:   Richard Crowe
Nelson Trails Committee: Rick Church
Welcoming Committee:  Betsey Church

R.P. Hale

May Pole Event

Nelson, NH in the New York Times

2015 Celebrate Nelson

One of Nelson’s Old Mills: the Stephen Osborn Place written by Rick Church

Nelson Town Hall Front Door

2015 Preservation Merit Award

Igloo on the Nelson Green

Haying at Tolman Pond

Dancing Forever in the Nelson Town Hall

The Town Hall Gets Off the Ground

Take a Hike

Nelson History Is Alive in Many Ways

Nelson Folks Welcome in the Spring

Security Alert

School Vandalism (In the Olden Days)

An Early Nelson School

Selectmen’s Report September 16, 2012

Old Town Records Now Digitally Preserved

A Hike Up Rollstone Mountain

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