The Upper Village Hall in historic East Derry, New Hampshire has played a prominent role in Derry's history since 1875. In the 135 years since its official opening, The Upper Village Hall has served as a town hall, a fire station, a grange hall, a veterans' hall, a library, a boys club and the home of the Red Star Twirlers.
In 2009, a group of dedicated citizens purchased The Upper Village Hall from the Town of Derry for $1 to save it from being razed, and since then have worked hard to lovingly restore The Hall to its original glory. Thanks to the many local volunteers who donated services, materials, and hundreds of hours of labor, The Hall is ready once again to serve as a community gathering spot.
Explore our pages here to get to know more about The Upper Village Hall. We invite you to get involved by joining the East Derry Village Improvement Society (EDVIS) or making a donation. Hold your next family reunion, community supper, meeting or social event here at The Hall.
The links to the left provide additional information. Please contact us with questions about The Upper Village Hall; we accept messages at 603-434-6723 or for a quicker response, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org