Candia residents dedicate "The Village" sign
Posted on Thursday, May 19, 2016
Candia residents recently dedicated a new sign marking the area of town known as “The Village."
The Candia Heritage Commission, which initiated the creation of the sign, also has completed a walking tour guide, written by Commission members Lorraine Briand and Dave Desilets. The guide includes several points of interest and historical references. Homeowners living in the Village provided information for the tour, which spotlights private residences as well as remnants of sawmill, stone arch bridges and the Village Cemetery, established in 1851. One of Candia’s one-room schoolhouses – Schoolhouse #9, c. 1826 -- is also located in the Village.
Source: Heritage Commission
Category: Town Hall News