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Hunt Memorial Building
The Hunt Memorial Building, the original public library in Nashua, is owned by the city and managed by a volunteer board of trustees. Designed by noted American architect and New Hampshire native Ralph Adams Cram, the building opened to the public in 1903 and was entered on the National Register of Historic Buildings in 1971.

The building is available for public, private, and corporate functions. The Board of Trustees oversee the restoration of the Hunt Memorial Building to its original splendor while making it available for public use in keeping with the intent of the original gift to the people of Nashua. Our goal is to establish the Hunt as a regional venue for lectures, concerts, theatre, meetings and receptions and as a home for non-profits and creative arts organizations.
Six Main Street
Nashua, NH 03064
(603) 594-3661

Don't Miss Our Fall Giveaway Contest

New England's favorite season is finally here. Along with the cooler weather and beautiful foliage come new music, dance and theater performances, festivals, fairs and more. Enter to win tickets to jazz and comedy shows at Parish Center for the Arts, Made In Lowell's Craft Beer Walk, Northeast Dance Center's performance of "The Nutcracker", a concert featuring John Hall of the band Orleans sponsored by Wachusett Music and passes to tour historic Salem, Mass., on the Salem Trolley.

The contest runs from Sept. 1 to Nov. 30.

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