Since 1939, we have been a trusted real estate advisor to thousands of clients in the White Mountains, Upper Valley, Lake Sunapee, and Capital Regions. Our passion is two-fold - our love of sharing all things special about our regions and our drive to find successful solutions for our clients' real estate needs. We do this through a combination of market intelligence, advanced technology, dynamic marketing strategies and good old fashioned hard work. Let us help you discover the NH/VT Lifestyle.
Dimentech offers concierge IT services to small businesses, school systems, and town governments in the towns surrounding Mount Kearsarge. Services include DNS, E-Mail, Web Hosting, Computer setup/installation, and network wiring.
Lynne Haney and her Team at Guild Mortgage provide local processing and underwriting to their clients. We offer hundreds of loan products for a wide variety of borrowers, including first-time homebuyers, military families and rural residents. We also offer many state, county, and city housing programs that provide down payment assistance. Lynne believes its important to Pay it Forward. Living in New Hampshire for more than 30 years, as your local lender, she has made a commitment to make a financial donation to local charities for every purchase and refinance loan she closes to the causes listed on her website. At Guild, we'll work hard to deliver what matters most to you and find the loan that fits your life. NMLS #162534
We are a family owned business in our 5th generation and have been established for over 65 years. Full service propane and heating fuel supplier. We provide 24-hour service for deliveries and repairs as well as perform estimates, installation and system design for HVAC. Alternative energy solutions. Whole house generator (Generac and Kohler) installations and repair.
Bridging the gap between New London and Concord. Our mission is to promote the economic development of the communities near Mt. Kearsarge by bringing together business professionals who live or work in the area.
A non-profit provider of in-home care to people of all ages in 32 towns in the Lake Sunapee, Connecticut Valley and Upper Valley regions of NH. Our mission is to help clients remain safe at home with home health care, hospice, palliative care and personal care services. Wellness programs, such as bereavement support groups, foot care clinics and health education, are also available.
Community bookstore featuring bestsellers, local authors, children's books, and sale books. Tons of toys, games, puzzles, and cards. Attached barn houses MainStreet MarketPlace and Gallery, home to events, local artists and crafts, local food, a space to relax, and is home of MainStreet Warner Inc, supporting the adjacent Jim Mitchell Community Park.
A 501(c)3 non-profit started in 2000 to further education, the arts, and the downtown of Warner, NH. Projects include the Jim Mitchell Community Park and Amphitheater, the MSW Annual Literary Project at Simonds Elementary and scholarships to local students.
Mascoma Bank is mutually owned and not for sale. With no shareholders to please, we are committed to remaining independent and to re-investing profits in our community. Our first priority has always been--and always will be--you, our customers. A full service community bank incorporated in 1899.
Our founding father Ray Kroc once said, "McDonald's is a people business". We operate with the belief that it's essential to be a part of the communities that we serve. As the leading food-service provider in the United States, we serve a variety of wholesome options to more than 26 million customers every day. We are proud of our quality ingredients.
A not-for-profit educational organization dedicated to connecting people with historic and ongoing American Indian cultural expression and respect for nature through the presentation of over 1,000 artifacts, festivals, group tours, a museum store and research library.
Take a walk down Memory Lane and discover over 130 years of telephone history at one of our country's finest exhibits of antique telephones and equipment. This educational resource, featuring the collection of Alderic O. "Dick" Violette, starts with a look at Alexander Graham Bell's invention and travels through the era of crank phones, local operators, party lines, automatic dialing systems, and wireless technology. More...
We are a small privately owned accounting office located in the heart of central NH and are here to serve you with all of your accounting and tax return needs. We offer bookkeeping, tax return preparation, and other accounting services to individuals and small businesses in the surrounding area. You will enjoy our friendly personal service and reasonable rates. We invite you to call us today for your free consultation.
Our founder, Richard C. Brayshaw, created our company in 1979 with a focus on exceptional quality and customer service. For over 43 years we have committed ourselves to those traditional principles, and have expanded our services in order to meet all the marketing and communication needs of our customers. We eagerly look forward to our evolution over the next 43 years! More...
Founded in 2004, The Renaissance Shoppe is a high quality re-sale store located at and to benefit Lake Sunapee Region VNA & Hospice. Its varied inventory offers an array of items for every taste and budget, including furniture, antiques, collectibles, household items, art, accessories and more.
The United Church of Warner is a Community Church offering Sunday worship, Sunday School, Faith Formation discussions, weekly prayer group and other activities. The UCW is involved in the community with many outreach programs. The UCW welcomes all community members.
This association is organized as a non-profit organization for the purpose of promoting, planning and supporting an annual Fall Foliage Festival, the proceeds of which shall be used for community projects of the Town of Warner.
Originally founded in 1830 as Silver Lake Hose Co. No. 1, the Warner Fire Department has been in continuous operation for more than 185 years.The museum houses a wide array of antique firefighting equipment, including an 1824 Hunneman Handpumper, a ladder truck of the same vintage, and a 1927 Chevrolet Fire Engine. The museum is open by appointment and during town festivals. To schedule an appointment, call the Warner Fire Dept. at 603.456.2222 or the Telephone Museum at 603.456.2234. More...