Kyle Sandler on the left with Jamie Nikstad on the right.

New Staff Boosts Education at Canterbury Shaker Village

Education is an important part of the experience at Canterbury Shaker Village, which provides a variety of tours throughout its expansive campus.
These tours will be enhanced this year at the Village, which reopens on Saturday, May 13, with
a smartphone experience.

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Jamie Nikstad in the shop.

Canterbury Shaker Village Launches Membership Drive

Featuring 26 restored original Shaker buildings, Canterbury Shaker Village has quietly become a wedding destination in recent years. “What makes the Village so unique for weddings is the variety of venues we feature on the property,” said Leslie Nolan, executive director.

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Left to right: Governor Chris Sununu, CSV's executive director Leslie Nolan, LCHIP’s board chair Ben Wilcox, and LCHIP’s executive director Paula Bellemore. Photo credit: Joe Klementovitch

Canterbury Shaker Village Celebrates Major Grant Award

In December, Canterbury Shaker Village received a $109,755 matching grant from the New Hampshire Land and Community Heritage Investment Program (LCHIP) to fund a new roof, at its Dwelling House. One of 26 restored original Shaker buildings at the Village, a National Historic Landmark, the Dwelling House is a T-shaped structure with 56 rooms that has been expanded numerous times since its construction in 1793.

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