Langdon Heritage Commission

Preserving and sharing our historic, natural and cultural assets;  enhancing community bonds in the process.




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Who we are:


Friends of Langdon Heritage was formed in 2011 to establish a network of supporters and volunteers to assist the Langdon Heritage Commission in its ongoing efforts to preserve our unique town history and culture. We are a volunteer organization that depends solely on memberships, volunteers, donations and grants to perform this mission.

The Langdon Heritage Commission was formed in 2007 to properly recognize, use, preserve and protect our significant, historic, cultural, natural and aesthetic assets. In so doing we not only preserve our buildings and land, we build community connections, establish trust among diverse groups, encourage volunteerism, develop community leaders and enhance the livability of our community.

The Langdon Heritage Commission is a civic organization
within the municipal structure of the Town of Langdon NH, Gifts made to such municipal organizations are are recognized as tax deductible.


Become a of the Friends of Langdon Heritage by filling in the form below,  After you complete the form and hit the Submit button, you will receive the option to make payment via Credit Card.  If you would prefer not to use the online form, a PDF copy is available here that you may print and mail in.  


You may contact us here as well:
Friends of Langdon Heritage
C/O Langdon Heritage Commission
122 NH RTE 12A
Langdon NH 03602

Family*  $15.00
Individual* $10.00
Senior (62+)* $ 5.00
Sponsor* $100.00
Lifetime $500.00


*annual membership, January to December.







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