Built - 1999
Warren is located in the mid-western part of the state of New Hampshire and was granted its charter in 1764 and named after Admiral Sir Peter Warren who commanded the colony's fleet during the conflict with Canada. He was instrumental in capturing Louisbourg, Nova Scotia in 1745 which enabled a unification of the colonies with a common goal which was to institute fur trading and fishing rights. Warren is the site of a large state fish hatchery.
Their bandstand was built in 1999 with $10,000 in tax dollars and constructed by Master Carpenter John Lester. The town had an aging bandstand built around the turn-of-the-century and was demolished to make room for the new structure. The bandstan was built so the community would have a gathering place and to celebrate the town's "Warren Old Home Days" and for concerts by local groups from the area.
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Warren Town Hall