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A major celebration on the Plains in 1919 was the homecoming of residents who served in World War I. In our history, we have celebrated in different fashions. We have simulated Revolutionary Battle on the Plains with the 1st New Market Militia from Newmarket, New Hampshire and joined by The Bedford Minute Men from Bedford, Mass., the British Royal Artillery from Barnstead, New Hampshire and The Iroquois Scouts an American Indian group representing several areas from around New England. Today, we celebrate with a parade, church services, entertainment for all ages, and each year we bring different venues so everyone can enjoy a weekend full of festivities that will be shared by young and old. The celebration continues on with a spectacular weekend that is carefully organized by many volunteers that have dedicated many hours and days throughout the year. Everyone enjoys the fireworks display that is generally held on the Friday night to kick off the weekends events.
The Kingston days celebration is August 7th, 8th and 9th we organize the Festivities and help out with the multitude of jobs that are involved in setting up and running the hallmark event of the town.