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Greetings! Consistently named one of the 10 best places to live in New Hampshire, Dover is also a great place to work or visit. With a population of approximately 32,700, Dover is the largest city in New Hampshire’s Seacoast Region and boasts a bustling downtown, a myriad of dining options (page 28), and a vibrant arts community (page 20). Rich with history, Dover and the surrounding area are home to a number of museums and historic sites. Our walkable downtown hosts major community events (page 32), such as the Cochecho Arts Festival and Apple Harvest Day. Just outside the downtown area, you’ll find a wide variety of retail and commercial businesses, healthcare facilities, and endless recreational options. We invite you to explore Dover – the oldest permanent settlement in New Hampshire – through the pages of this Guidebook, and then come visit us in person! We look forward to welcoming you. Margaret Joyce President Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce

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Held on the first Saturday of October, this popular event features over 300 vendors, live entertainment, a 5K road race, children’s activities, delicious food and, of course, apples! dovernh.org/appleharvestday

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Produced by the Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce, this summer-long festival features more than 30 shows of (mostly New Hampshirebased!) live art, music, and theater. dovernh.org/cochecho-arts-festival

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WALK OR BIKE DOVER Explore the multi-use Dover Community Trail. This pedestrian- and bicycle- friendly trail follows a former railroad bed through much of the city and provides public access to greenways along the Cochecho and Bellamy rivers. dover.nh.gov

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A visit to the Children’s Museum combines learning with FUN! Permanent and rotating exhibits include Cave Explorers, Dino Detective, Music Matrix, and the ever-popular Yellow Submarine. childrens-museum.org

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A place for discovery and wonder, the Woodman Museum offers an eclectic collection of artifacts and curiosities. The exhibits, ranging from science and history to art and architecture, appeal to all ages. woodmanmuseum.org


Design your own pub crawl from among Dover’s innovative breweries, taprooms, and brew pubs, including Smuttlabs Brewery & Kitchen, Empty Pint Brewing Company, Garrison City Beerworks, Chapel + Main, and North Country Hard Cider. Don’t miss Auspicious Brew, New Hampshire’s first licensed kombucha brewery!


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Built in 1993, this 76-foot-tall observatory sits atop Garrison Hill in Garrison Hill Park. On a clear day enjoy a birds-eye view of the White Mountains and the Isles of Shoals. Garrison Hill Park is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.




From downtown specialty shops and long-time independent retailers to farmers’ markets, larger chain stores, and the nearby Mall at Fox Run, Dover has all your shopping needs covered! See page 64



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Explore the river that runs through the heart of downtown Dover. Put in your canoe or kayak at the paddle sports dock on Dover’s waterfront and enjoy a mixture of natural and urban landscapes. The Cochecho is one of many local rivers open for year-round fishing and is stocked in the spring/ early summer by New Hampshire Fish and Game. wildlife.state.nh.us

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Swim in New Hampshire’s only Olympic-sized swimming pool (the Jenny Thompson Outdoor Pool), skate yearround at the Dover Ice Arena, work out at the McConnell Fitness Center, or bring your pup to Longhill Dog Park.

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HISTORY New Hampshire’s Founding City, Now 399 Years in the Making

What do New Hampshire settlements, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and American family farming all have in common? They all began right here, in Dover! First settled in 1623, Dover is fast approaching its quadricentennial – our 400th anniversary! During the festive lead-up to this momentous occasion, the city has entrusted Dover400, a local committee, with planning our 400th anniversary celebration. Our ongoing focus will be on the cultures that have helped shape our community: From the Native Americans who preceded us, to the French and Irish who toiled in the mills, and to our newest arrivals from Central America and Indonesia – this year, we honor our shared heritage. Over the last 400 years, Dover has accomplished a lot! Here, in the Garrison City, New Hampshire was born. It all started in 1623,

when New Hampshire’s oldest continuous settlement (and the seventh oldest in the United States) first appeared in what is now the Dover Neck area. Known then as the independent colony of Northam, it would later become part of the New Hampshire province in 1679 and would serve as the state capital in 1792. In 1855, Dover officially became a city. For nearly four centuries, Dover has flourished through hard work, community, and the blessings of great geography: Connected to the Atlantic Ocean via the Piscataqua River to its east and the Cochecho and Bellamy Rivers through its center, Dover’s enviable location contributed to the early shipbuilding and farming industries while powering Dover’s sawmills, cotton factories, brick industry, and shoe manufacturing. In 1632, John Tuttle settled on Dover Point Road and founded Tuttle’s Farm, America’s oldest family farm – 11 generations in the making, now the Strafford Rivers Conservancy and Tendercrop Farm – which sells fresh produce, meat and poultry, baked goods, and gifts on the site of the original Tuttle Farm (see page 38).

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Continue the thread of history in neighboring Rollinsford, at the Colonel Paul Wentworth House, one of the oldest surviving dwellings constructed in New Hampshire. Built in 1701, during the brief interval between the two bloodiest wars fought on New Hampshire soil, the house serves as testament to the resolve of early area pioneers Paul and Abra Wentworth. For a one-stop-history-shop, downtown Dover’s eclectic Woodman Museum is a place for discovery, wonder, and the study of our common history. Home to a singular collection of artifacts and curiosities, the museum’s relics include a 1771 tax bill to the citizens of Dover from King George; one of Napoleon’s cannons; and a saddle used by Abraham Lincoln to review troops shortly before his assassination. Also located on the Woodman Museum campus, the Damm Garrison House is one of the few remaining garrisons in the U.S. Originally located in the Back River district of Dover, the Damm Garrison was later moved to its present site at the museum, where it greets visitors just as it did over 300 years ago.

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The Dover Public Library is a natural stop on your historical journey, both for its wealth of research tools and its own historical significance: Pre-dating the United States of America, Dover’s first library became one of the country’s first public libraries (1884), after New Hampshire was the first state to enact legislation to establish public libraries. The current structure opened on Locust Street on July 19, 1905. Many decades later, in 1983, Dover residents Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird would create the early sketches for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. While their home is no longer there, the iconic manhole cover remains… Cowabunga, Dover! For more history on our New Hampshire Seacoast city, take a guided historic walking tour and learn about the rise and fall of the textile industry, notable visitors and residents of Dover past and present, and the three waterways that gave Dover its economic edge. For information on these tours, Dover’s Heritage Trails, and self-guided walking tours, call (603) 742-2218 or grab a map and guidebook at the Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center.

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ENTERTAINMENT, ARTS & CULTURE A Symphony of Imagination, an Ode to Creativity

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You’ll find evidence of a Stroll through Greater Dover and passion for imagination you’ll encounter art, artists, creations, and creativity on almost every corner. everywhere you go: The world seems a little more colorful and a touch more melodious in Greater Dover, where the gentle thrum of our vibrant arts, entertainment, and cultural offerings resonates throughout public spaces to spark our collective creativity, fill our social calendars, and write a little background music to everyday life. 20


Community art comes alive within Greater Dover, thanks, also, to the Dover Arts Commission and its Art Beat Program. Their work connects visual artists with local businesses to encourage public art displays, carve out exhibition spaces, and provide Dover residents with greater opportunities to experience and appreciate the arts.

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We’re proud to announce that Dover received the 2021 Governor's Arts Creative Communities Award, in recognition of the Dover Arts Commission and the City of Dover’s work to bring art into public spaces, fund performance art, and establish grants, among other efforts.

full performance season offers shows for adults, families, students, and teens, as well as a theatre camp and art gallery. Looking to add a little variety your cultural pursuits? The Strand (thestrand.com), first opened as a theater in 1919, is today Greater Dover’s much beloved, non-profit, community-focused performance center. Here, the sounds of swing bands and acapella groups, independent films and comedy shows, psychic mediums and live symphony harmonize to create an eclectic tapestry that will have you tapping your toes as often as you laugh uproariously.

Come – experience, enjoy, and drink it all in. The Dover arts await.

Looking to formalize your art wanderings? There’s no better place to start than at the Art Center (theartcenterdover.com), a creative community hosted within 6,000 square feet of workshops, artist studios, exhibition spaces, and performance stages. Be sure to check out their events calendar and exhibition schedule, or, if you’re an artist yourself, peruse the center’s calls for art and upcoming residency opportunities. Support community theater at Garrison Players (garrisonplayers.org), a volunteerbased community theater located in Rollinsford that is dedicated to enriching Greater Dover’s cultural life through high-quality and familyfriendly theatrical performances, as well as youth theater educational programs. Take your culture with a side of arias at The Rochester Opera House (rochesteroperahouse.com), hosted in a restored historic theater. Their

And, as art can be spontaneous and creative joy cannot be contained, peel your eyes and perk up your ears: Arts, culture, and entertainment flourish in every nook and occupy any cranny. Live music – jazz and Irish jams, regional bands and karaoke – play at a variety of venues throughout the city. The annual events calendar (see page 32) is dappled with art festivals and cultural events, cherished parades and holiday celebrations – including the Dover Chamber’s Cochecho Arts Festival (a summer-long arts festival at Henry Law Park). With all the traditions, entertainment, and odes to the arts that weave the many-faceted fabric of our diverse and historic community.

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SHOPPING From the One-of-a-Kind to the Biggest of Boxes

Independently-owned shops, locally-sourced everything, and a quaint ambiance – these are the promises of our cozy downtown, where “Made in Dover” defines your everyday shopping experience. On the outskirts of town: Chains and big-box stores, plus The Mall at Fox Run, a central hub for all things convenience and pack-it-in shopping. Because Dover is the kind of place where you can have it all, and where we understand that “all” can encompass everything from New Hampshire-made candles to the latest electronics. But back to downtown – not only the heart of Dover, but the embodiment of our independent spirit. Here, there are no chains and everything is locally owned: from jewelry and clothing boutiques to skate shops and candy stores, all are lovingly curated and stocked with locally made, sourced, and produced goods. Downtown Dover shopping also melds old and new: Longstanding retailers, like Jewelry Creations, which has sold high-quality designer jewelry for more than 40 years; My Country Story, dedicated to one-of-a-kind local and handmade gifts; and Noggin Factory, the Seacoast’s premiere destination for quality toys, are hospitable neighbors to newer arrivals like Ryder Street Co., a skate and streetwear stop, and Groovy Witch, where you can create your own magic from their boutique clothing offerings. Of course, tree-lined downtown is as much about the everyday as it is the once-in-awhile. For here, one-ofa-kind treasures are wont to be found: original art (and plenty of galleries), New England antiques, hand-turned pottery, traditional film developing, and all other manner of specialty shops that cater to almost any interest or whim.

Because, as we said, you can have it all. Right here, in Dover.

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Many restaurants now offer patio seating and outdoor dining! Because, while we love our traditions – classic brown breads and ooey gooey pizzas, New Hampshire lobster rolls and maple-drenched pancakes – our restaurant scene has diversified to encompass an entire globe’s worth of cuisines. While you can still happily pair your fried fish with cider donuts or a juicy taphouse burger with sky-high chocolate cake, you can just as easily savor your choice of Indian butter chicken, Thai pho, Lebanese shawarma, and Japanese sushi. Even better, Dover’s geography lends a helping hand, inspiring local chefs with New England produce – apples, sweet corn, maple products, and more – and some of the Seacoast’s best seafood, including plump lobster, exquisite scallops (both dry sea scallops and bay scallops), New England steamers (clams), oysters, and just-caught fish, including Atlantic cod, pollock, haddock, yellowfin tuna, and so much more.

If you’re in a heritage state of mind, stop in at Harvey’s Bakery, where the ovens have fired since 1932. It was then that Harvey Bernier, an original Seacoast baker, opened in three locations: Dover, Rochester, and Portsmouth. Since then, his namesake bakery has kneaded, risen, and baked their award-winning recipes, serving up everything from traditional New England brown bread and sourdough to Parkerhouse dinner rolls and what may just be Dover’s best maple donuts.


The Dover dining scene is a thing of delight – of heritage and tradition, of innovation and daring. And with dozens of eateries, bakeries, and restaurants to choose from, you’ll have plenty of fodder to fuel both your downtown wanderings and culinary adventures.

Keep the award-crawl going at La Festa Brick & Brew Pizza, named the best pizzeria in New Hampshire (New Hampshire Magazine, 2021). In addition to their traditional brick oven pizza, La Festa serves New York-style pizza and specialty pies, including their signature garlic knot pizza, spicy buffalo chicken pies, and veggie offerings. Cheer for one of our own at The Sassy Biscuit Co., where Chef Britnie Lia was named Chef of the Year by the New Hampshire Lodging & Restaurant Association (NHLRA). Chef Lia keeps things local at her bruncherie, which promises to bring big-city living to small-town plates with everything from steel-cut porridge and dropped biscuits to French toast and biscuit sandwiches. We also tip our hats to Blue Latitudes Bar & Grill, schooled in Downeast American sensibilities and dusted with a sense of culinary adventure. Not only do they serve excellent small plates, New England seafood, and beloved pub fare, but Blue Latitudes also gives back to the Dover community: every year, they partner with a local aid agency, prepare a Thanksgiving dinner, and feed hundreds. Cheers to that!

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EVENTS Mark Your Calendar THE DOVER ROAD RACE SERIES Consisting of 10 area races, this race season-long event invites registered participants to complete at least 6 out of 10 races in 2022 and 2023, to earn not only street-runner’s cred but their very own Dover Race Series jacket. Learn more at doverraceseries.com. DOVER FARMERS’ MARKET June-October: Wednesdays (2:30 to 6 p.m.) | Dover Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center Seacoast Eat Local presents the Dover Farmers’ Market, where you can browse fresh, locally grown food, flowers, wine, meats, and other New Hampshire-sourced products. In winter, there is a Saturday farmers’ market in Rollinsford at Wentworth Greenhouses. View the full schedule at seacoasteatlocal.org. DOVER’S FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION July 4 | Henry Law Park Set up early to catch the fireworks at 9:15 p.m. from Henry Law Park, where 200 permanent amphitheater-style seats surround the stage at the Rotary Arts Pavilion. There is additional seating on the grass in lower Henry Law Park. dover.nh.gov DOVER DINES RESTAURANT WEEK Mid-July Explore, sample, and savor Dover’s locally owned restaurants! For an entire week, the best of the city come together to create special menus that showcase exclusive samples of each restaurant’s menus, always at a great value. facebook.com/ doverdines COCHECHO ARTS FESTIVAL July/August | Henry Law Park A summer-long concert series featuring Friday-night headliners, Tuesday Children’s Series, Wednesday Acoustic Farmers’ Market Series, “Shark in the Park” Series, and Thursday Community Series. Visit cochechoartsfestival.org for schedule and lineup. NEW HAMPSHIRE MAKER & FOOD FEST June | Henry Law Park The NH Maker & Food Fest (Formerly the Dover Mini Maker Faire) is a gathering of fascinating, curious people who enjoy learning and who love sharing what they can do. From engineers and artists, from scientists to chefs, the Maker & Food Fest is a venue for these “makers” to show hobbies, experiments, and projects, and to enjoy fantastic food. childrens-museum.org/things-to-do/events/nh-maker-food-fest 32



DOVER OKTOBERFEST GRUB & PUB CRAWL Mid-September What better way to celebrate Oktoberfest than a lazy Saturday afternoon pub crawl? More than 15 of downtown Dover’s best restaurants welcome thousands of people each year. Enjoy this social fall classic in Dover, where you’ll find authentic German cuisine, entertainment, and beverages. Tickets go on sale in mid-August at participating restaurants. facebook.com/DoverOktoberfest APPLE HARVEST DAY First Saturday of October | Downtown Dover Dover’s biggest fall event! Festivities are scattered throughout the entire downtown Dover area and Henry Law Park, and include hundreds of vendors, several stages of entertainment, children’s activities, and a 5k road race. Check dovernh.org/appleharvestday for a full schedule of events and activities. FESTIVAL OF TREES First Friday after Thanksgiving Weekend | Rivermill at Dover Landing Ring in the holiday season with creatively decorated and themed trees that are available through silent auction, all while enjoying holiday carols performed by area schools and churches. Visit dovernh.org/festival-oftrees for details.

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PAUL WENTWORTH HOUSE 47 Water St, Rollinsford The Association for Rollinsford Culture and History maintains the circa 1701 Colonel Paul Wentworth House is a educational and cultural center. One of New Hampshire’s oldest surviving colonial structures, the Wentworth House hosts living history events, exhibits, hearth-cooked dinners, demonstrations, and other special activities throughout the year. paulwentworthhouse.org


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BEDROCK GARDENS 19 High Road, Lee An oasis of art, horticulture, and inspiration, Bedrock Gardens, a public garden and cultural center, is a perfect destination for people interested in horticulture, remarkable plants, hardscape, sculpture, landscape design, and the arts – or in simply enjoying a stroll in a beautiful setting. The gardens host the Fairy Hobbit Festival on Columbus Day weekend in October. Visit bedrockgardens.org for more information.



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There are plenty of ways to stay active in the greater Dover area. Play disc golf in Bellamy Park or kayak from Henry Law Park to Hilton Park. Let your pups roam at the Longhill Memorial Park. Explore the Bellamy River Wildlife Sanctuary, an extensive state-owned tract of land with woods, fields and riverfront. The Dover Community Trail is a network of trails throughout the city that allows for hiking, running, biking, wildlife viewing, canoeing, and kayaking. The Links at Outlook Golf Course offers 18 holes on a beautiful, 140-acre golf course surrounded by rolling bent grass fairways and greens. A private 18-hole championship golf course, uniquely designed and built by two different architects, is located at Dover’s Cochecho Country Club. A short distance away, get your blood pumping at New England Dragway, home to world-class motorsports excitement. Its signature event, the annual NHRA New England Nationals, draws fans and competitors from all over the country, making it the largest drag racing event in the Northeast. The New Hampshire Fisher Cats is a minor league baseball team based in Manchester, New Hampshire; they play in the Eastern League and are the Double-A affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays major league club. The Seacoast United Soccer Club offers soccer, field hockey, and baseball at its location just off Route 1 in Portsmouth.








Great Bay Rowing offers members facilities, equipment, and instruction in sweep and sculling techniques, to row at both competitive (novice, JV, and varsity) and recreational levels. Great Bay Yacht Club was founded in 1954 to foster the spirit of sailing in the Great Bay area but its members now take to the sea in all types of vessels, both power and sail. The Gundalow Company offers daily sails on the “Piscataqua,” a traditional re-creation of the flat-bottom gundalows that were once prevalent along local waterways. Portsmouth Harbor Cruises also offers fully narrated harbor cruises through four centuries of local and American history, as well as tours to the Isles of Shoals and sunset and wine tours.

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THE CHILDREN’S MUSEUM OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 6 Washington Street This is a must-see attraction for families, where fun meets learning in exhibits including the yellow submarine, hands-on physics and astronomy, and an exhibit of the Cochecho River ecosystem. childrens-museum.org DOVER ICE ARENA 110 Portland Ave. Dover Ice Arena provides recreational activities including public skating, hockey, youth programs, and special events throughout the year. It’s also the home facility for Dover Youth Hockey, the Great Bay Figure Skating Club, and six local high school teams. Dover.nh.gov GARRISON HILL TOWER Abbey Sawyer Memorial Highway Garrison Hill Tower is a 76-foottall observatory atop Garrison Hill (298 feet high) in Dover. The current tower, made of iron painted green, was built in 1993 and is the third tower to exist on the hill. The park in which it stands is listed on the National Register of Historical Places. On a clear day and from atop the tower, you can view the White Mountains and the Isles of Shoals. garrisonhilltower.com JENNY THOMPSON POOL AT GUPPEY PARK 140 Portland Ave. Featuring a 50-meter outdoor competition pool, this is a favorite destination for many summer camps during the hottest months. Opening near the end of June, the Jenny Thompson Pool also hosts many regional swim meets during the summer, including USA Swimming sanctioned meets. dover.nh.gov 38



LOCAL FARM xplore the great outdoors Eheritage and get a taste of our farming on a local farm visit! Founded in 1660, the historic and still working Emery Farm in Durham has been in the same family for over 350 years. Here, you can pick your own blueberries, visit the petting farm, sample specialized foods at the market, and, come fall, enjoy their corn maze, wagon rides, and other seasonal delights. Head to the historic Tendercrop Farm (formerly, Tuttle’s Farm, founded in 1632) for fresh produce and baked goods, plants and flowers, meats and poultry – for everything you need to fill your locavore table, plus gifts for people and pets! Tuckaway Tree Farm is located just over the border in Lebanon, Maine. Owned and operated by Lynne Park and Susan Adams, the farm features a 1700s farmhouse and wedding/events venue, a yurt rental, and cut-your-own trees come the holidays. In Eliot, Maine, head to the Raitt Homestead Farm Museum, a 33-acre farm that preserves and showcases farming history, plus an 1800s former dairy farm, buildings, and equipment. The Museum hosts a vintage car show in June and the annual Eliot Antique Tractor & Engine Show in July. raittfarmmuseum.org

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THE WOODMAN MUSEUM 182 Central Ave. Where else in the world can you learn about the history of the Garrison City, and come face-to-face with a 10-foot-tall polar bear or a two-headed snake? A place for discovery, wonder, and the study of our common history, The Woodman Museum is home to four historic buildings that include an original 1675 colonial garrison house furnished with period artifacts, furniture, paintings, fire and police memorabilia, nautical instruments and model ships, and a Cocheco Mill exhibit. woodmanmuseum.org

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COCHECHO WATERFRONT DEVELOPMENT Dover has heavily invested in its recreational offerings – some of the best in the state! Its current project: The Cochecho Waterfront Development, one of the most ambitious and exciting projects the city has ever dreamed up. The development will include multiple buildings, along with townhouses and a public park running along the Cochecho River. The buildings will serve as commercial and residential spaces and the park will feature a waterfront pavilion. As planning and approvals progress, Dover will almost entirely rebuild this waterfront community. Stay tuned! 2022-23 Visitor & Relocation Guide



Get Comfortable. Stay Awhile! There’s the beaten path and then, there’s the path just adjacent – that ideal (but not oft found) balance of close to everything, yet just far enough away from it all. Because “all” often equates to crowds and traffic and sky-rocketing prices. Those who know Dover, know it as that adjacent path and the perfect base for exploring the Seacoast region: Convenient to the Naval Shipyard, the next town over from the University of New Hampshire, quieter (and more affordable) than Portsmouth, and convenient to the Spaulding Turnpike. In other words, it’s exactly where you want to be. So, welcome to your home-away-from-home – to a blend of friendly faces and easy convenience, with just enough old-world charm, modern elegance, and striking architecture in our hotels, boutique inns, and campgrounds to fuel your inner history buff and please the bargain-lover in you. Whether you’re making a weekend of it or are here for a longer-haul corporate stay, visiting UNH or in town for a hockey tourney, Dover’s just the kind of place to make you say, “Can we stay a little longer?”

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Settle into your home on the road. At Homewood Suites by Hilton Dover, find everything you need to fuel your day from sunrise to sunset. Spacious suites with full kitchens Free hot breakfast every morning Free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel Indoor swimming pool and 24-hour fitness center Outdoor patio & grill Here, you’ll find a stay that feels familiar. With all the comforts of home right at your fingertips, you’re free to focus on what matters.

BOOK YOUR STAY TODAY! dovernh.homewoodsuites.com (603) 516-0929 Homewood Suites by Hilton Dover 21 Member's Way Dover, NH 03820

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At Home on the New Hampshire Seacoast The New Hampshire Seacoast is unique in its proximity to both ocean and mountains. Dover, a Seacoast town, is surrounded by beautiful countryside, while still a short drive to Boston or Portland. More than an optimal place to live, this is a beautiful place to call home.

Dover’s diverse housing options reflect our community’s wide architectural influence. Walk along the streets that surround the downtown area, and you’ll take a tour through New Hampshire architecture since the 1700s: Georgian, Colonial, and Victorian homes still stand and historic mills have been transformed into apartments, offering modern living with picturesque views of rivers, waterfalls, and historic bridgework. The old guard does not stand alone. Historic architecture blends its style with more modern apartments and condominiums throughout our residential areas, especially in coveted downtown locations where Henry Law Park acts as your extended backyard, with easy access to the city’s many cafes, restaurants, and entertainment venues. Newer luxury apartment homes feature upscale amenities, such as a fitness center, dog washing station, and rooftop terrace. As greater Dover grows, more new neighborhoods are planned with careful consideration given to preserving the natural environment while still allowing for quality homes. As of 2021, there are 13,500 households in Dover, which extends to 51.5% owner-occupied housing. The median cost of a single-family home is $417,000.

For a list of residential and commercial realtors, as well as property managers, visit page 62.

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Enrichment, Education & Erudition, Ahead of the Curve

Greater Dover is a city dedicated to education and life itself. The Dover School District welcomes children to three excellent elementary schools and a state-of-the-art middle school. The district’s new, cutting-edge high school expands over 310,000 square feet, featuring a stand-alone STEM building, an 850-seat theatre, a library with floor-to-ceiling windows, and a recently expanded technology and regional career center. Extracurriculars shine at the high school’s two gyms, basketball courts, batting cages, sports fields, culinary kitchen, photography studio, and more. There’s also a solar power array so efficient that it produces surplus electricity.

Of course, a life of learning is also a life of lifelong learning. Our erudite population is represented by 94% high school graduates, of whom 47% have a higher degree. Dover is just six miles from the University of New Hampshire’s main campus in neighboring Durham, ranked one of the safest college towns in the U.S. in 2017 by safewise.com. We’re on the UNH Wildcat Transit route, making for a convenient commute for both students and university employees.


We are also home to Seacoast Charter School, a publicly funded elementary and middle school focused on experiencing education through the arts. The Strafford Learning Center is responsive to the evolving needs of school districts, students, and families, supporting all learners in reaching their highest potential.

Dover’s private schools include Our knowledge-hungry New Hampshire’s #1 private K-12 population also heads to Great school, the Portsmouth Christian Bay Community College Academy at Dover. Joining it are (campuses in both Portsmouth several other excellent options, and Rochester) for programs including Saint Mary Academy in everything from Accounting (PreK-8th Grade), Seacoast Charter and Biotechnology to Massage School (K-8), St. Therapy and Thomas Aquinas High Sales & Digital As New Englander John School and Little Tree Marketing – a Dewey once said, Education (Montessori literal A to Z preschool). Additional (almost) of higher schools nearby include education and Somersworth’s private enrichment for Tri-City Christian Dover residents. Academy (PreK-12th Granite State Grade) and the public College, which Oyster River High specifically School in Durham. focuses on adult students, boasts a wide range Quality education, childcare, and of online programs that offer support services are something we convenience and flexibility. value highly in Dover. Monarch School of New England serves children 5-21 Dover Adult Learning Center with significant physical, medical, of Strafford County also works developmental, behavioral, and with area adults to enhance their emotional disabilities. Acton Academy skills and improve their lives Seacoast reinvents education with through basic education, job their self-paced learning environment, training, high school completion, designed to foster responsibility, and other classes, including ESL, teamwork, and goal setting. And at GED, life skills and enrichment Snapology of Dover, children have fun (computers, health & wellness, while they excel at robotics, coding, music, etc.), college prep, and and other STEAM-fueled pursuits. workforce prep.

Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself.

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A Diverse Economic Landscape. A Welcoming Place to Work.


From a vibrant and bustling downtown to large corporate campuses, Dover offers many options for companies choosing to put down roots in the area. This once-mill town today hosts a vibrant and bustling city center populated with small businesses, shops, restaurants, and residential units housed in converted mills, historic buildings, and modern mixed-use facilities. Outside downtown, industrial parks are home to manufacturing and service companies of all types. The largest city in the Seacoast region and the fourth-largest city in New Hampshire, Dover’s business-friendly community is attractive to businesses of all sizes. Dover is part of one of the most desirable regions in New England and our stable economy makes Dover a popular choice for doing business. The region continues to attract a younger and highly trained labor force, the talent behind both the small and larger organizations that call Dover home, including WentworthDouglass Hospital, Liberty Mutual, and Cognia. Continued economic stability and workforce growth has also made Dover one of the most desirable regions in New England, fueling both our revitalization efforts and the new Cochecho Waterfront Development (see sidebar, page 39). Whether you are starting, relocating, or expanding a business, you’ll find an ideal combination of a positive economic climate and outstanding quality of life here in Dover. dover.nh.gov/business-in-dover


NH’s Fastest-Growing City! Dover is now the largest city in the Seacoast Region and the fourth-largest city in New Hampshire. And, with a 9.12% growth rate over the last decade, we’re also the fastest-growing city in the state! (Source: CUBIT)





(Projected: 38,700 by 2023)






(the lowest median age population in NH)



FY22 Property Valuation

$4,589,687,849 FY22 Total Property Tax Commitment

$97,530,849 2020 Rate

$24.85 per $1,000 of Valuation


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1,250 /sq mile

Workforce Dover’s workforce is highly educated, skilled, and committed. Most Dover residents are employed in office and administrative work, manufacturing, retail, sales and related healthcare and social assistance. Dover’s total workforce is 18,734. In 2021, 35.6% of the labor force worked in Dover, 53.0% commuted to another New Hampshire community, and 11.4% commuted out of state.


$367,708 (median cost)


Real Estate

$15,285 (median cost)


$1,500 (2 bedroom)


Student to Teacher Ratio Dover Middle School


Garrison Elementary


Woodman Park School


Horne Street School


Graduation Rate


Additional Facts Dover unfolds over 28.87 square miles of land and 50 miles of river frontage, at an average elevation of 80 feet above sea level. There are 6 wards and the average number of residents per ward is 5,457. There are over 1,250 fire hydrants and 135.3 miles of public streets. Dover also enjoys 72 diverse recreation sites across the city, totaling around 1,480 acres. We have full emergency services (police, fire and ambulance); city water and sewer; public and private solid waste disposal; a recycling program; and electricity and natural gas through utilities.

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Approximately an hour south to Boston and an hour north to Portland – and a mere 15 minutes to Portsmouth and the University of New Hampshire – Dover’s location in the region contributes to its status as the fastest-growing city in New Hampshire.



While Dover may not be the largest city in the state, it’s the New Hampshire city with the most public transportation: Amtrak and three bus companies (COAST Bus, Wildcat Transit, and C&J Bus Lines) serve our region. Working toward our continued growth and urban development, the city has invested heavily in the Rotary Trailhead at the Dover Transportation Center, in its continued efforts to make Dover, its attractions, and its amenities more accessible to the public. Downtown Dover’s Transportation Center is one of three New Hampshire stops on Amtrak’s Downeaster (amtrakdowneaster. com) passenger rail service connecting Brunswick, Maine, to Boston. The Transportation Center also provides connections to taxis, limousines, and local bus service by COAST (the Cooperative Alliance for Seacoast Transportation) and UNH’s Wildcat Transit. Both services have routes throughout the city and to neighboring communities. C&J Bus Lines provides motor coach service to Portsmouth, Seabrook, Boston’s South Station, Logan Airport, and New York City; C&J operates from a state Park & Ride lot, providing free parking for travelers, just off the Spaulding Turnpike, at Exit 9. COAST’s bus routes connect downtown Dover with business parks on the perimeter of the city, as well as to employment, educational, and cultural destinations throughout the Seacoast. Adding to its convenience, Dover is also within easy reach of Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (the third-largest cargo airport in New England), the Portland (Maine) International Jetport, Boston’s Logan International Airport, the Port of Portsmouth, and the Pease International Trade Zone. The city and the surrounding areas are easily accessed via New Hampshire Route 16 (the Spaulding Turnpike), located just off the Interstate 95 corridor. Dover’s downtown is extremely walkable with parking readily available on street, in the Orchard Street parking garage (which is equipped with electric vehicle charging stations), or at city-owned parking lots located throughout the city. In addition to several other historic and recreational walking trails, the Dover Community Trail provides a safe and easy route to walk and bike around the city, with several convenient access points including the Rotary Trailhead at the Dover Transportation Center. 2022-23 Visitor & Relocation Guide


Use at Farmers' Markets and Double your Dollars! 1. Go to your farmers' market Info/SNAP tent.

2. Swipe your EBT card.

3. Get tokens and coupons to spend at the market.

SNAP dollars are matched $1 for $1 with Granite State Market Match coupons that can be used to purchase fruits and vegetables!

For participating locations and to learn more about using SNAP at farmers' markets visit SeacoastEatLocal.org



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ADVERTISING & MEDIA Allegra Marketing Print Mail www.allegraportsmouth.com 603-433-4680 AMITY Publications www.amitypublications.com 603-664-9138 Atlantic Media Productions, LLC www.atlanticmediaproductions.com 603-431-4565 Binnie Media www.am1270wtsn.com 603-742-0987 Brown & Company www.browndesign.com 603-436-5239 Chris Keeley Photography www.chriskeeleyphotography.com 603-403-2116 D Graphics www.dgraphicsnh.com 603-208-3300 Darci Creative www.edarci.com 603-436-6330 Discovery Map www.discoverymap.com 207-558-1775 Eastern Marketing Services www.emsdirectmail.com 603-842-8050 Growth Survey Systems www.growthsurveysystems.com 603-828-9141 iHeartMedia Inc. www.z107fm.com 603-436-7300 Joyce Design Solutions LLC www.joycedesignsolutions.com 603-772-4523 McLean Communications www.mcleancommunications.com 603-624-1442 Photosmith Imaging www.pohotsmithimaging.com 603-742-6659 Picture This Wedding www.picturethiswedding.com 603-988-5694 Seacoast Media Group www.fosters.com 800-439-0303



SOHO Creative Studio www.sohocreativestudio.com 603-501-0095

Susan E. Hanna, Fine Artist www.SEHstudios.com 603-582-4777

Soulful Shutter Photography www.soulfulshutter.com 603-742-2720

ATTRACTIONS ARCH www.paulwentworthhouse.org 603-742-4747

Tap House Media www.taphousemedia.com 603-767-5775 Townsquare Media www.wokq.com 603-749-9750 TRUE Marketing Communications www.truemarcom.com 603-742-0488 ZenBusiness www.zenbusiness.com 844-493-6249 ARTS, CULTURE & ENTERTAINMENT The Art Center www.theartcenterdover.com 603-978-6702

Bedrock Gardens www.bedrockgardens.org 603-659-2993 Children’s Museum of New Hampshire www.childrens-museum.org 603-742-2002 Gundalow Company www.gundalow.org 603-433-9505 Market & Café at Emery Farm www.emeryfarm.com 603-742-8495 New England Dragway www.newenglanddragway.com 603-679-8001

BJ Hickman Magic Shows www.bjhickman.com 603-742-4010

Old Stage Campground www.oldstagecampground.com 603-742-4050

Blast Party Rentals www.blastpartyrentals.com 603-300-8604

Woodman Museum www.woodmanmuseum.org 603-742-7680

Garrison Players www.garrisonplayers.org 603-516-4919

AUTOMOTIVE & MARINE Bill Dube Ford Toyota www.BillDube.com 603-749-5500

Malloy Events www.malloyevents.com 603-315-3639 Musical Arts of Dover LLC musicalartsofdover.com 603-343-5336 N.E. Mobile Audio & Entertainment www.nemobileaudio.com 603-770-6584 Ogunquit Playhouse www.ogunquitplayhouse.org 207-646-5511 Santa Randy www.thesantarandy.com 603-512-9500 The Strand Dover www.thestranddover.com 603-343-1899

Central Park Garage www.centralparkgarage.com 603-953-0047 Dover Honda Chevy www.doverautoworld.com 603-742-1676 Dupont’s Service Center www.dupontservicecenter.com 603-742-8627 BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 20/20 Cleaners www.2020cleaners.com 207-314-0950 A&B Lock and Security, Inc. www.ablocknh.com 603-527-0192

Stratus Telecom, LLC www.stratustele.com 603-846-6090

Dover High School www.dover.k12.nh.us 603-516-6900

Berk Advisory Services, LLC 603-953-6235

Granite State Choral Society www.gschoralsociety.org

D.M. Burns Security, Inc. www.burns-security.com 603-742-3212

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT & CONTRACTORS AG Architects PC www.agarchitects.com 603-743-3700

Formax www.formaxdirect.com 603-512-4246

CertaPro Painters www.portsmouth.certapro.com 603-430-6834

Great Bay Community College www.greatbay.edu 603-427-7600

FirstLight www.firstlight.net 603-766-1000

Civil Consultants www.civcon.com 207-384-2550 x114

Kid’s Culture www.kidsculturechildcare.com 603-973-3319

The Growth Coach of Southern New Hampshire www.tgcsouthnh.com 207-650-1810

Civilworks New England www.civilworksne.com 603-749-0443

Little Tree Education LLC www.little-tree-education.com 603-742-8733

CJ Architects cjarchitects.net 603-431-2808

LNA Health Careers www.lnahealthcareers.com 603-647-2174

Coastal NH Trades www.coastalnhtrades.com 603-236-6332

Monarch School of New England www.monarchschoolne.org 603-332-2848

Doyle Coffin Architecture doylecoffinarchitecture.com 203-403-6612

Now We’re Talking www.nowweretalkingusa.com 603-674-1170

McEneaney Survey Associates www.surveynh.com 603-742-0911

Oyster River High School orhs.orcsd.org 603-868-2375

Middleton Building Supply Inc. www.lavalleys.com 603-742-8200

Portsmouth Christian Academy at Dover www.pcaschool.org 603-742-3617

Leddy Group www.leddygroup.com 603-749-4810 McIntosh Staffing Resources www.mcintoshstaffing.com 603-742-8325 COMPUTERS & TELECOMMUNICATIONS 2 Track Designs, LLC www.2trackdesigns.com 617-340-9425 Back Bay Networks NH www.bbnnh.com 603-692-5100 Daystar, Inc. www.daystarinc.com 603-766-5924

RCH Driveway Maintenance 603-742-0053

Dover Computer Repair Inc. www.dovercomputer.com 603-346-4211

Southers Construction www.southersconstruction.com 603-734-4572

LEAP WORKS www.leapworks.io 603-833-7777

Urban Tree Service www.urbantreeservice.com 603-332-1246

NerdsToGo www.nerdstogo.com/location/ new-hampshire 603-758-6585

EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES Acton Academy Seacoast www.actonseacoast.org 603-758-4120

TheNetWorks LLC www.thenetworks.us 603-781-9119 Ourea Solutions www.ourea.solutions 315-601-3374

Granite State College www.granite.edu 603-415-1765

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Beacon Business Advantage, Inc. www.beaconbusinesscoaching.com 603-617-2275

Saint Mary Academy www.saintmaryacademy.org 603-742-3299 Seacoast Charter School www.seacoastcharterschool.org 603-842-5764 Snapology of Dover www.snapology.com/location/dover 603-722-0891 St. Thomas Aquinas High School www.stalux.org 603-742-1324

Center for Assessment www.nciea.org 603-516-7900

Tri-City Christian Academy www.tcaa-nh.com 603-692-2093

Dover Adult Learning Center of Strafford County www.doveradultlearning.com 603-742-1030

Thunks Reviews www.thunksreviews.com 603-343-5258

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University of New Hampshire Department of Theatre & Dance www.cola.unh.edu/theatre-dance 603-862-2150 University of New Hampshire Professional Development & Training www.training.unh.edu 603-862-0725 FAMILY, COMMUNITY & CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS Dover Crimeline Inc. www.dovernhcrimeline.org 603-749-6000

Immanuel Insurance Agency Inc. www.immanuelins.com 603-335-4300

East Coast Global Insurance www.ecgillc.com 603-817-6047

Kennebunk Savings www.kennebunksavings.com 800-339-6573

Eastern Bank www.easternbank.com 603-782-2503

Keslar Insurance Agency www.keslarinsurance.com 603-273-0953

Edward Jones – Andrew Trowbridge www.edwardjones.com/andrew-trowbridge 603-749-1646

Lendio – New Hampshire www.lendio.com/local/nhseacoast 207-651-7028

Dover Main Street www.dovemainstreet.org 603-740-6435

Edward Jones – Brian Sliney www.edwardjones.com/brian-sliney 603-834-9974

Dover Mental Health Alliance www.facebook.com/DoverMHA/ 603-583-2756

Edward Jones – Sarah Swanson www.edwardjones.com/sarah-swanson 603-749-1646

Loyal Order of Moose www.dovermoose.com 603-742-9792

Envoy Mortgage, Ltd www.envoymortgage.com 603-749-5626

Rotary Club of Dover www.doverrotary.com 603-742-1971

First Seacoast Bank www.firstseacoastbank.com 603-742-4680

University of New Hampshire Extension www.extension.unh.edu/topics/community-economic-development 603-862-0316

Flynn Insurance Agency, Inc. www.flynninsurance.net 603-740-0140

FINANCE & INSURANCE Bamford Investment Company, LLC 603-740-0000 Bangor Savings Bank www.bangor.com 603-767-5392 Bank of New Hampshire www.banknh.com 603-740-4277 The Beacon Retirement Group www.thebeaconfg.com 603-682-7747 Cambridge Trust www.cambridgetrust.com 603-516-1175 Cocheco Financial Group www.cochecofinancial.com 603-834-9203 Cornerstone Tax Services, LLC www.cornerstonetaxservices.com 603-343-2393


Cross Insurance Agency www.crossagency.com 603-812-2600


Leone, McDonnell & Roberts P.A. www.lmrpa.com 603-749-2700 Liberty Mutual Insurance www.libertymutual.com 603-749-2600 Lynch Insurance www.lynchins.net 603-749-7029 Newburyport Bank www.newburyportbank.com 603-842-8450 New York Life Insurance Co. – Kageleiry www.newyorklife.com 603-742-7008

Foy and Mariotti Insurance www.foyinsurance.com 603-410-5500

New Hampshire Federal Credit Union www.nhfcu.org 603-224-7731

G&A Insurance, Inc. Gandainsurance.com 603-752-2644

Northway Bank www.northwaybank.com 603-342-1464

Gateway Retirement Solutions www.gatewayretirementsolutions.com 603-509-2981

Northeast Credit Union www.necu.org 603-436-1847

HBL Insurance www.hblins.com 603-280-4200

Organic Payment Gateways www.organicpaymentgateways.com 800-570-1347

HealthMarkets Insurance www.healthmarkets.com/rplocinski 207-337-8340

Payment Solutions www.facebook.com/PaymentSolutionsProcessingCompany 207-475-8118

Hodgdon, Wilson & Griffin, P.A. www.hwgcpas.com 603-742-7659 Holy Rosary Credit Union www.hrcu.org 603-332-6840 Howe, Riley & Howe, PLLC www.hrhcpa.com 603-627-3838

Payroll Management, Inc. www.payrollmgt.com 603-204-7378 Peoples United Bank www.peoples.com 603-749-2150

U.S. Small Business Administration www.sba.gov/nh 603-225-1400

Harmony Homes www.harmonyhomesnh.com/ 603-292-5175

Raiche & Company, CPA’s, PA www.raichecpa.com 603-742-8894

HEALTH CARE Access Sports Medicine & Orthopaedics www.accesssportsmed.com 603-842-4289

Harvard Pilgrim Health Care www.harvardpilgrim.org 603-656-9569

RW Insurance LLC www.rwinsure.com 603-749-0500

Atria Maple Suites www.atriaretirement.com 603-742-8820

Service Credit Union www.servicecu.org 800-936-7730 State Farm Insurance & Financial Service www.statefarm.com 603-742-2220 Straight Forward Wealth Management www.sfwmllc.com 603-994-4569

Compass Family Health LLC www.compassfamilyhealth.com 603-749-0001 Complementary Applied Nutrition www.canutritionnh.com 603-661-4465 ConvenientMD Urgent Care www.convenientmd.com/locations/ dover-nh-urgent-care-03820/ 603-742-7900

TD Bank www.tdbank.com 603-833-8279

Cornerstone VNA www.cornerstonevna.org 603-332-1133

United Insurance www.unitedinsurance.net 603-332-3700

Dermatology & Skin Health www.dermskinhealth.com 603-742-5556

FUNCTION FACILITIES American Legion Dover Post #8 www.legion.org 603-742-2157

Earth Harmony Wellness LLC www.earthharmonywellness.com 603-834-9994

Martel Roberge Function Center Post 47 www.mrfunctioncenter.com 603-781-2497

Garrison Family Dental www.facebook.com/GarrisonFamilyDental/ 603-742-8844

Regatta Banquet & Conference Center www.regattaroom.com 207-351-4623

Garrison Women’s Health Center www.gwhc.com 603-742-0101 Goodwin Community Health www.goodwinch.org 603-749-2346

Rivermill at Dover Landing www.rivermillnh.com 603-343-2192 Tuckaway Tree Farm www.tuckawaytreefarmmaine.com 207-658-9242 GOVERNMENT, EDUCATION City of Dover www.dover.nh.gov 603-516-6023 Dover Housing Authority www.doverhousingauthority.org 603-742-5804

Granite State Independent Living www.gsil.org 800-826-3700 Great Bay Neurosurgical www.dovernh.org/list/member/ great-bay-neurosurgical-843 603-749-0888 Haas Dental Dover www.doverbabyteeth.com 603-617-2882

The Herbal Path www.herbalpath.com 603-740-8400

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Profile Bank www.profilebank.com 603-749-3000

Journey to Wellness www.jtwnh.com 603-516-8400 Koglin Orthodontics www.koglinorthodontics.com 603-742-2885 Lens Doctors www.lensdoctors.net 603-343-1123 Lifestyle Nutrition www.lifestylenutrition.us/ 207-748-3472 Living Innovations Support Services, Inc www.livinginnovations.com 603-422-7308 Mattheson Chiropractic Center www.matthesonandblackmanchiro.com 603-742-5881 Middleton Chiropractic www.middletonchiropractic.net 603-749-2405 Moon Essence LLC www.moonessence.life/ 207-944-3858 Our Place www.ourplacenh.org 603-617-6900 Portsmouth Regional Hospital www.portsmouthhospital.com 603-436-5110 The Residence at Silver Square www.residencesilversquare.com 603-570-9390 RiverWoods Durham www.riverwoodsdurham.org 603-868-6000 Saint Ann Healthcare Center www.stannrehabcenter.org 603-742-2612

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Seacoast Dermatology, PLLC www.seacoastdermnh.com 603-431-5205

Landtech Landscaping LLC www.landtechnh.com 603-716-6028

Hampton Inn www.dover.hamptoninn.com 603-516-5600

Sheila Hatch Bowenwork and Coaching LLC www.sheilahatchbowenworkandcoaching.com 603-503-3058

On Trac Garage Door Service www.facebook.com/profile. php?id=100068956208120 603-403-0488

Horizon Travel www.horizon-utrav.com 603-742-7664

Spring Village at Dover www.springvillagedover.com 603-842-4908 Strafford County Public Health Network www.scphn.org 603-749-2346 Temescal Wellness nh.temescalwellness.com 603-285-9383 Thrive Family Chiropractic www.thrivefamilychiropracticdover.com 603-570-6705 Upright Acupuncture & Wellness LLC www.uprightacupuncture.com 603-686-8069 Virtual Health Coach Coco www.virtualhealthcoachcocodovernh.com 603-494-4802 Wentworth-Douglass Hospital www.wdhospital.com 603-742-5252 Wentworth Home www.wentworthhome.org 603-742-7406 Wentworth Homecare & Hospice, LLC www.wdhospital.com 603-692-0200 Whitehouse Opticians www.whitehouseopticians.com 603-742-1744 HOME & GARDEN Allegro Lawn www.allegrolawn.com 603-749-4600 Bartlett Tree Experts www.bartlett.com 603-569-3163 Bob Sherwood Landscape Co. LLC www.bob-sherwood.com 603-742-0463 Garrison Hill Florists, Inc. www.garrisonhill.com 603-742-2060



Piscataqua Landscaping and Tree Service www.piscataqualandscaping.com 207-439-2241 Sweet Meadows Flower Shop www.sweetmeadowsflorist.com 603-742-1165 Wentworth Greenhouses Inc. www.wentworthgreenhouses.com 603-743-4919 LEGAL Bruton & Berube, PLLC www.brutonlaw.com 603-749-4529 Burns, Bryant, Cox, Rockefeller & Durkin www.burnsbryant.com 603-742-2332 Cleveland, Waters & Bass, P.A. www.cwbpa.com 603-224-7761 Shaheen & Gordon, P.A. www.shaheengordon.com 603-749-5000 Wyskiel, Boc, Tillinghast & Bolduc PA www.wbtblaw.com 603-742-5222 LODGING & TRAVEL Amtrak Downeaster www.amtrakdowneaster.com 207-780-1000 x108 COAST www.coastbus.org 603-743-5777 Comfort Inn & Suites Dover www.comfortinn.com/hotel/nh014 603-750-7507 Dover Days Inn www.wyndhamhotels.com/days-inn 603-742-0400 The Garrison Hotel www.thegarrisonhotel.com 603-842-6783

Homewood Suites www.dovernh.homewoodsuites.com 603-516-0920 Microtel Inn & Suites Dover www.microteldover.com 603-953-0800 S&J Transportation Services, Inc. www.sjtrans,com 603-659-3542 Three Chimneys Inn www.threechimneysinn.com 603-868-7800 MANUFACTURING, PRODUCTION & WHOLESALE Affinity LED Light LLC www.affinityled.com 978-378-5338 Heine USA Ltd. www.heine.com 603-742-7103 Index Packaging, Inc. www.indexpackaging.com 603-652-4406 Rand Whitney www.randwhitney.com 774-232-9198 Relyco Sales Inc. www.relyco.com 603-742-0999 Vishay HiRel Systems www.vishay.com 603-742-4375 NON-PROFITS Amer Fakhoury Foundation www.amerfakhouryfoundation.org 601-504-6765 Arts In Reach www.artsinreach.org 603-433-4278 Community Action Partnership of Strafford County www.straffordcap.org 603-516-8130 Community Partners www.communitypartnersnh.org 603-516-9300

Dover Coalition for Youth www.dovercoalition.org 603-516-3279

DOVER DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE www.doverdemocrats.org 603-978-0398 Dover Listens www.doverlistens.org 518-420-6356 Dover Little Green Cheerleading www.dlgcheer.com 603-923-3857 Dover Middle School PTA 603-516-7200

Lions Club of Dover, Rollinsford, and South Berwick www.lionsclubs.org 603-767-6500

Southeastern New Hampshire Alcohol & Drug Abuse Services www.senhs.org 603-516-8185

My Breast Cancer Support www.mybreastcancersupport.org 603-759-5640

Triangle Club www.triangleclubdovernh.org/ 603-742-9803

My Friend’s Place www.myfriendsplacenh.org 603-749-3017

Waypoint www.waypointnh.org 603-518-4156

New Hampshire Lodging & Restaurant Assoc. www.nhlra.com 603-228-9585

Workforce Housing Coalition of the Greater Seacoast www.seacoastwhc.org 603-842-5682

NH Small Business Development Center www.nhsbdc.org 603-862-2200

YMCA of Strafford County www.graniteymca.org/ 603-332-7334

NH Businesses for Social Dover Professional Firefighters Assoc. Responsibility www.nhbsr.org 603-743-6153 603-391-8472 Garrison City FC Association Northeastern Ballet Theatre www.doversoccerassociation. www.northeasternballet.org teamsnapsites.com 603-834-8834 GFWC – Dover Area Woman’s Club Raitt Homestead Farm Museum 603-502-8606 www.raittfarmmuseum.org 207-332-5444 GoodWork www.goodworkseacoast.org Seacoast Birthright 603-953-4709 www.birthright.org 603-436-5558 Great Bay Services www.greatbayservices.org Seacoast Eat Local 603-842-5344 www.seacoasteatlocal.org Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce 888-600-0128 www.dovernh.org Seacoast Education Endowment for 603-742-2218 Dover (SEED) www.doverseed.org HAVEN 603-516-6706 www.havennh.org 603-436-4107 Seacoast Family Promise www.seacoastfamilypromise.org Hope on Haven Hill 603-658-8448 www.hopeonhavenhill.org 603-841-5353 Seacoast SCORE www.seacoast.score.org Horne Street School Parent Teacher 603-433-0575 Group www.facebook.com/HSSPTG Seeds of Faith, Inc. dba Lydia’s 603-516-6756 House of Hope www.seedsoffaithnh.org Indonesian Community 603-692-3100 Connect, Inc. www.indonesianconnect.org SOS Recovery Community 603-374-4375 Organization www.sosrco.org Infinity Peer Support 603-841-2350 www.infinitypeersupport.org 603-948-1036

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Dover Children’s Home www.doverchildrenshome.org 603-742-4289 x12

Zebra Crossings www.zebra-crossings.org 603-312-2053 x 1 PERSONAL SERVICES & CARE Badass Relationships, LLC 603-953-3679 Embodied Directions www.embodieddirections.com 603-609-8817 Emerge Salon and Novelty Shoppe www.emergesalonandnovelty.com 603-841-5122 Lasting Image Electrolysis www.hairremovalnh.com 603-742-7442 Massage Modalities NH www.massagemodalitiesnh.com 603-998-3366 Skin Health Medi-Spa www.doverskinhealth.com 603-742-1980 Tasker Funeral Services www.taskerfh.com 603-742-4961 Wiggin-Purdy-McCooey-Dion www.purdyfuneralservice.com 603-742-1017 PETS & VETERINARY Broadview Animal Hospital of Dover www.bvg.net 603-740-1800 The Cat Doctor of Dover www.catdoctordover.com 603-742-6369

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Dover Veterinary Hospital www.dovervet.com 603-742-6438

Martineau Electric, Inc. www.martineauelectric.com 603-742-0677

The Cheney Companies www.cheneyco.com 603-659-2303

K9 Kaos www.k9kaos.com 603-743-3647

Mr. Electric www.southeastnh.mrelectric.com 603-516-0555

Chinburg Properties www.chinburg.com

K9 to 5 Dog Services www.k9to5dogtraining.com 603-343-4602

Northeast Electrical Distributors www.needco.com 603-740-3800

Pope Memorial Human Society Cocheco Valley www.cvhsonline.org 603-749-5322

Palmer Gas & Oil www.palmergas.com 603-898-7986

Winichahanat Veterinary Care www.winichahanatvet.com 603-343-2893

Servpro of Dover/Rochester www.servprooftheseacoast.com 603-743-4301

SRW Environmental Consulting, LLC UTILITIES & ENVIRONMENT www.srwnh.com 603-330-3537 Advance Pump and Filter Company www.advancepumpfilter.com Stimuli Sight & Sound 603-868-3212 www.stimulisightandsound.com All American Plumbing and Heating 603-767-1738 www.facebook.com/All-AmerREAL ESTATE, MOVING & ican-Plumbing-and-HeatSTORAGE ing-115671947693268 603-534-3135 Extra Space Storage www.extraspace.com Artisan Electrical Contractors 603-696-1800 www.artisanelectric.com 603-743-4005 Admiral Property, LLC www.admiralproperty.co Comcast Business 603-742-3206 www.business.comcast.com 978-758-5617 The Aland Realty Group www.alandrealty.com Consolidated Communications 603-343-5957 www.consolidated.com 844-968-7224 Arthur Thomas Properties, LLC www.arthurthomasproperties.com Dennis Munson Plumbing & Heating 603-413-6175 603-749-1363 Atlas-Heritage Title, LLC D.F. Richard Energy www.atlas-heritage.com www.dfrichard.com 603-743-0900 603-742-2020 Better Homes & Gardens Real Estate Eversource Energy The Masiello Group www.eversource.com/content/nh www.masiello.com 603-749-4800 FW WEBB Company www.fwwebb.com The Boulos Company 603-749-3100 www.boulos.com 603-427-1333 x103 Leavitt Electrical Contractors www.leavittelectricalcontractors.com Brandon Gove – eXp Realty 603-749-5365 www.brandongove.exprealty.com 603-978-4486 Martel Plumbing & Heating, Inc. www.martelph.com Calling All Cargo Moving and 603-742-4141 Storage www.callingallcargo.com 603-740-1900


Coastal MI-BOX www.coastalmibox.com 603-200-3040 Cocheco Mills LLC www.dovermills.com 603-749-3355 Coldwell Banker – Peggy Carter Team www.coldwellbankerdover.com 603-742-4663 Colliers International in New Hampshire & Maine www.colliers.com 603-433-7100 Great American Hotel Group, Inc. www.greatamericanhg.com 603-559-2126 Great Island Realty www.greatislandrealty.com 603-742-1522 Holgate Limited Partnership www.hopkinsenterprisenh.com 603-742-7715 Kostis Enterprises, LLC www.kostisenterprises.com 603-742-7664 Keller Williams Kenyon Team Realty, LLC www.thekenyonteam.com 603-285-3125 Keller Williams Realty Lesniak Home Team www.lesniakhometeam.com 603-475-7476 Orpheum Apartments www.orpheumdover.com 603-605-8796 Pease Development Authority www.peasedev.org 603-433-6088 Princeton Dover Apartment Homes www.princetondover.com 603-743-4141 Real Property Management Seacoast New Hampshire www.rpmseacoastnh.com 603-343-2202



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Re/Max On the Move www.onthemovenh.com 603-742-7117

Cinco de Mayo Bar & Grill, LLC www.cincodemayonh.com 603-343-4729

Panera Bread www.panerabread.com 603-743-5100

Somersworth Storage, LLC www.somersworthstorage.com 603-749-9728

Dunkin Donuts www.dunkindonuts.com 603-433-8090

Patty B’s Eatery & Drinkery www.pattybs.com 603-749-4181

The Storage Barn LLC www.thestoragebarn.com 603-742-0900

Earth’s Harvest Kitchen & Juicery www.earths-harvest.com 603-516-7600

Popzup Popcorn www.popzup.com 978-502-1737

Summit Land Development 603-749-2800

Garrison City Beerworks www.garrisoncitybeerworks.com 603-812-8420

Quick To Go www.quicktogo.us 603-740-9410

Harvey’s Bakery & Coffee Shop www.harveysbakery.com 603-742-6029

The Sassy Biscuit Co. www.thesassybiscuit.com 603-343-5596

The June Cork Pub LLC www.thejunecorkpub.com 603-343-1181

Smuttlabs Brewery and Kitchen www.smuttlabs.com 603-343-1782

Khaophums www.khaophumsdover.com 603-749-9300

Strafford Farms Restaurant www.straffordfarms.com 603-742-7012

VacationOwnership.com, LLC www.sellmytimesharenow.com 603-516-0200 Washington Street Mill, LLC 603-749-3355 WIN Home Inspection Dover-Concord www.dover-concord.wini.com 603-233-2321

RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church La Festa Brick & Brew Pizzeria www.lafestabrickandbrew.com www.annunciation.nh.goarch.org/ 603-743-4100 603-742-7667 First Parish Church www.firstparishchurchdover.org 603-742-5664

Liberty Lane Catering www.libertylanecatering.com 603-926-1545

T&D Concessions / A-1 Firewood www.tdconcessions.com 603-978-5012

St. Thomas Episcopal Church www.stdover.org 603-742-3155

Lickee’s & Chewy’s Candies & Creamery www.lickeesnchewys.com 603-343-1799

Takeout Guys www.takeoutguys.biz 207-703-2708

RESTAURANTS, FOOD & BEVERAGES The Beach Plum www.lobsterrolls.com 603-679-3200 Blue Latitudes Bar and Grill www.bluelatitudes.net 603-750-4222 Cara Irish Pub & Restaurant www.carairishpub.com 603-343-4390 Chapel + Main www.chapelandmain.com 603-842-5170 Chef Michael’s Personal Chef Service www.chefmichaelsme.com 207-641-3051 Christopher’s Third Street Grille www.christophersthirdstreetgrille.com 603-740-0044


Stonewall Kitchen, LLC www.stonewallkitchen.com 603-994-1100


Mezzanine Catering LLC www.mezzaninecatering.com 603-953-3679 Michael’s Gourmet Food Services LLC www.mgfsllc.com 603-988-9048 New Hampshire Coffee Roasting Company www.nhcoffee.com 603-740-4200

Thompson Tavern www.thompsontavern.com 603-842-5663 SHOPPING & SPECIALTY RETAIL Blue Dolphin Screen Printing & Embroidery www.printedtees.com 603-692-2500 Budget Blinds of the Seacoast www.budgetblinds.com/dover-wolfeboro 603-509-3990

The Nook Breakfast & Lunch www.thenooknh.com 603-749-4673

Deb & Duke Monogrammers www.debanddukes.com 207-698-4444

The Olde Craft Bakery www.theoldecraftbakery.com/ 603-812-6119

The Groovy Witch www.groovywitch.com 603-812-3327

Oriental Delight, LLC www.orientaldelightdover.com 603-742-5611

Jewelry Creations, Inc. www.jewelrycreationsinc.com 603-749-3129

White Birch Armory www.wbarmory.com 603-330-0146

Market Square Jewelers www.marketsquarejewelers.com 603-343-5208

Wildside Candle Company www.wildsidecandle.com 603-661-4379

NEMO Equipment, Inc. www.nemoequipment.com 603-617-4100

Wristies Inc. www.wristies.com 603-749-7655

Office Interiors Ltd. www.officeinteriorsltd.com 603-749-6200

SPORTS & RECREATION Atlantic Gymnastics Training Center www.atlanticgym.com 603-740-3547

Philbrick’s Sports Center www.philbricks.com 603-742-9333

Awards Plus www.awardsplusnh.com 603-692-6532

Ross Furniture Co., Inc. www.ross.furniture 603-742-1800

Cochecho Country Club www.cochechocc.com 603-742-8591 x 306

Ryder Street Co. www.ryderstreetco.com 603-531-8032

EvoFit www.evofitnh.com 603-866-9163

Seacoast Pop Up Shop www.seacoastpopupshop.com 603-767-2541

Great Bay Rowing www.greatbayrowing.org 603-234-8368

Sherwin-Williams Company www.sherwin-williams.com 603-742-6963

Jass Boxing www.jassboxing.org 603-978-9563 Links at Outlook Golf Course www.outlookgolf.com 207-384-4653

RED’S SHOE BARN, INC. www.redsshoebarn.com 603-742-1893

McDonough-Grimes Irish Dance, LLC www.nhirishdance.com 603-923-5011

A family tradition since 1958, Red’s offers a wide selection of footwear in men’s, ladies and children’s, as well as apparel and accessories. Strafford Appliances Co., Inc. www.straffordhomeappliances.com 603-742-2105 Staples, Inc. www.staples.com 603-750-0078

Punchin’ & Kickin’ LLC www.9round.com/locations/nh/somersworth/tri-city-plaza 603-609-7500 Sole City Dance www.solecitydance.org 603-750-7777 Studio One Cycle www.studioonecycling.com 603-343-2232

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Mall at Fox Run www.mallatfoxrun.com 603-431-5951

The Works Family Health & Fitness Center www.theworkshealthclub.com 603-742-2163 Tri-Star Gymnastics and Dance www.tristargymnh.com 603-749-1234 INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS William Baber Noreen Biehl 603-978-2306 Robert C. Carrier, Contractor 603-396-0204 Wayne Chick 603-978-5505 Charles D. Reynolds & Associates 603-749-2435 Phil Rinaldi 603-742-3144 David Watters 603-969-9224

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Tuxedos & Suits With Style www.tuxedoswithstyle.com 603-749-0486 The UPS Store www.theupsstore.com 603-750-3012

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