The committee is responsible for organizing, collaborating, and maintaining community events/functions that help bring us busy folks together and an opportunity to relax and meet others from our beautiful and peaceful town. The Committee welcomes all event suggestions that may benefit our community; please contact any of the members for consideration.
Mission and History
Mission: The mission of Henniker Community Center is to support a common location where all generations from the town of Henniker can come together to play, learn, and grow to build a stronger community.
History: The conception of The Henniker Community Center began as a gracious gift from the Masons, an organization, who are major funders of the Schriner’s Burn Center in Boston, Massachusetts. With the gift of this building and the funds from the trust of Edna Dean Procter, left to the town of Henniker, we were able to renovate the building. Our society is moving at an unprecedented rate. We are dealing with world conflicts and decisions that past generations have never faced. We believe that together, as a community, we can enjoy activities and have fellowship that will provide an environment where we can all build strength in our togetherness and enhance healthy growth in our community. Our current drive is to incorporate each and every available resource our community may have to offer so that we may realize our mission. Through community education and recreation, health and wellness, arts and youth activities we invite all of Henniker to invest in a happier, healthier tomorrow.
Phone: (603) 428-3256
About: The Teen Center, for grades 7 and up, is in the lower level of the Community Center at 57 Main St., Henniker NH. The center operates through volunteers and donations that are coordinated by the Town of Henniker's Community Center Activities Committee. It is chaperoned by at least 2 volunteers per evening with activities such as pool table, air hockey, TV with game system and VCR/DVD player, as well as an assortment of games and a place for for peers to hang-out and interact in a safe environment. Drinks and snacks are available for 0.25-0.75¢ each.
All visitors & volunteers must adhere to the Code of Conduct and a Henniker Teen Center Registration Form must be on file.
Scheduled Hours of Operation
“Closed Door” means the center opens and teens stay inside
Volunteering at the Teen Center
Currently, our group of volunteers includes H.C.C.A.C. members, Henniker residents, and New England College students working towards keeping this center running with interests that build our community.