Amherst's Fourth of July 2021
FOURTH OF JULY REVERSE PARADE – The theme for this year's celebration of Independence Day was "America's Superheros" reflected in the many decorated floats, civic group displays, costumes, bands and more. Military and Militia groups from past parades also were in attendance as crowds drove by in their cars around the loop at Souhegan High School. Separately, Jeff Odner (Amherst's "Uncle Sam") read the Declaration of Independence on the Common with children and adults in attendance. An informal bike parade was organized and the bell at Amherst Congregational Church rang "Let Freedom Ring" ...
Sign Up for the ZOOM Pet Show at the Library
AMHERST – Be a part of this fun Amherst Town Library tradition, Wednesday, July 14th at 2:00pm. Sign up to show us your pet or just to watch! Kids showing their pets should be 5 years or older. Click the button below ...
Amherst Recreation Holds Popular Concerts
AMHERST – Starting Tuesday, July 13th, the Amherst Recreation Department will again hold their 6:30pm concerts on the Village Green. Bring your lawn chairs, picnic baskets and blankets for an evening of music ...
18 Area Girl Scouts Receive Recognition!
Mont Vernon Congregational Church Anniversary Celebration
MONT VERNON – This July marks the 125th Anniversary of the dedication of Mont Vernon’s “New Meetinghouse,” the current sanctuary of the Mont Vernon Congregational Church (United Church of Christ) at 4 South Main Street. The Congregation will celebrate this milestone on Sunday, July 11, 2021 during a 9:30 AM worship service, and you are invited! ...