Town of New London
Links to the town’s website, providing information relevant to those living in New London and the town government.
New London Recreation Department
Provides information on activities for all ages.
Council on Aging (COA), Chapin Senior Center
COA serves the residents in Andover, Danbury, Grantham, Newbury, New London, Springfield, Sunapee, Sutton and Wilmot
Adventures in Learning
Provides a link to registration information as well as upcoming courses for the next term.
Kearsarge Regional School District
Provides information on public K-12 education, including curricula and events calendar.
The Ausbon Sargent Land Preservation Trust
Provides information on local area projects and a map of wildlife sightings.
New London Barn Playhouse
Check out this season’s playbill!
Town of New London Archives
The Archives collects and preserves letters, records, photographs, and other information needed to document the ongoing history of the town. Even as new information is added each week, existing images and records are being converted into digital format—providing greater security and access to this diverse collection of information used by local historians, family genealogists, and town planners.
The New London Historical Society
The home page includes descriptions of the village, photographs of collections and events.
The New London Conservation Commission
The mission of the New London Conservation Commission is to advance the goals for conservation and open space land set forth in New London’s Master Plan.
Lake Sunapee Region Chamber of Commerce
Provides visitor information, local histories, events calendar and an area directory.
Lake Sunapee Region VNA
LSRVNA brings a variety of services to your home including: skilled nursing, infusion therapy, oncology care, psychiatric care, pediatrics, cardiac assessments, rehabilitation therapy, home safety appraisals, medical social services, and hospice.
The Library Arts Center
The Library Arts Center is a regional cultural and arts center, where residents and visitors can observe, study and participate in the Arts. It has served the community since 1967, when renovations transformed the Victorian carriage house behind the Richards Library into a spacious main gallery with a small stage, a backstage gallery and an art studio on the floor below.
The Fells: John Hay Estate
The historic summer retreat for three generations of The Hay family. The Fells is now a wildlife refuge and a local treasure in which the public may hike, tour the historic estate, and attend educational programs in history, agriculture and the environment.
Muster Field Farm Museum
An 18th Century Historic Homestead, Restored Farm Buildings and Bicentennial Working Farm.
Kearsarge Valley Transition
A local network of individuals, businesses and organizations that are committed to improving the well-being and resilience of local communities now and into the future.
New Hampshire State Library
Promote excellence in libraries and library services to all New Hampshirites;
Assist libraries and the people of New Hampshire with rapid access to library and informational resources through the development and coordination of a statewide library/information system;
Meet the informational needs of New Hampshire state, county, and municipal governments and its libraries;
Serve as a resource center on New Hampshire
Provides access to full-text magazine and newspaper articles online. The New Hampshire State Library provides this service for the residents of New Hampshire. To use these databases, you will need a username and password. Please call 526-4656 or email email@example.com and we’ll be happy to give you the password.
NH State Government
Includes information and links to the judicial, executive and legislative branches of the state government. If you have a question about NH, start here!