Acworth Village Store FUNdraiser Event

ACWORTH, N.H. – As the sun sets on another memorable summer, the Acworth Village Store invites you to join in a night of music, dancing, and community spirit at the End of Summer Dance on Sept. 2. This highly anticipated event will take place from 7-10 p.m. at the scenic His and Hers Farm, located at 561 New Hampshire Route 123A, Alstead, N.H. Many thanks to Wendy and Dean Gowen for providing their gorgeous venue for this event.

The End of Summer Dance promises to be an unforgettable evening of entertainment and camaraderie, all while supporting a great cause. This year’s event will feature a live performance by the locally renowned Blue Collar Band, whose energetic tunes and captivating melodies are sure to keep everyone on their feet.

The Acworth Village Store, managed by the nonprofit organization The Acworth Community Project, serves as the heart of the community. This fundraiser event aims to raise essential funds to sustain the store’s ongoing operations, and ensure it remains a cornerstone of Acworth’s identity. The Acworth Community Project is dedicated to preserving the spirit of the village, and fostering connections among its residents.

“We’re thrilled to host the End of Summer Dance, and offer a chance for the community to come together in celebration,” said Jim Neidert, president of The Acworth Community Project. “This event not only marks the end of the summer season, but also represents a collective effort to support the Acworth Village Store. We encourage everyone to join us for an evening of lively music, dancing, and camaraderie.”

Admission to the End of Summer Dance is open to all, and the event operates on a donation basis for entrance, beverages, and snacks. Attendees are encouraged to contribute what they can, as every donation directly contributes to the sustainability of the Acworth Village Store.

Mark your calendars, gather your friends and family, and join us for a memorable night of music and community spirit. Let’s dance the night away while supporting a cherished local institution. For further information and updates, please visit, or follow them on Facebook.

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