Mount Saint Mary’s marker

The Heritage Commission invites you to attend the unveiling of the town’s 7th Historic Roadside Marker, celebrating the magnificent Mount Saint Mary’s building.100_5543
Sunday, October 19, 2 p.m.
Route 3, in front of Mount Saint Mary’s
Speaking at the unveiling:  Sister Amy Hoey who was president of MSM College when it closed; Ed Shapiro who bought the site for NH College; and Dick Anagnost, the developer who converted the building to apartments.
Thanks to the gracious hospitality of the Mount Saint Mary’s Condo Association, the Heritage Commission will serve light refreshments in the building after the ceremony.  Please plan to stay for this special opportunity to view the rotunda entrance, the billiards room, and the grand ballroom.  These areas have not been generally available to the public since the building was converted to apartments in 1998.
Parking is available in the Hooksett Library parking lot where it’s just a short walk down the slope to the marker site.  For those who may need it, a shuttle will also be available from the Library’s lot.
Hope you can join us to commemorate this one-of-a-kind Hooksett treasure.