Communities across New Hampshire hold candlelight vigils to honor those who died in 2017, whose lives were shortened by homelessness.
On the first night of winter, and the longest night of the year, we acknowledge the loss of those who suffered poverty and homelessness in our own communities. We rededicate ourselves to the work of ensuring that all of our neighbors have a safe, decent place to call home.
Remember to dress warm and bring a flashlight!
Is your town holding a homeless memorial vigil? Let us know and we can post it here.
Concord: State House Plaza, 4-5pm
Keene: Keene Central Square, 5pm
Laconia: Veterans’ Square, 5:30pm
Manchester: Veterans’ Memorial Park, 6pm
Nashua: Main Street Methodist Church, 5pm
Newport: Gazebo on the Town Common, 6pm
Peterborough: Peterborough Town House, 5pm
Portsmouth: North Church in Market Square, 5:30pm