Weare, New Hampshire
 
In the 1750's the first settler built a cabin "small and low" in the Piscataquog Valley. Other settlers followed. They built houses, cleared and farmed he land, and harnessed the rivers for industry. Over the 18th and 19th centuries a unique town, including churches, schools, a library, and several buildings for Grange meetings, grew up around five major villages: Weare Center, North Weare, South Weare, East Weare, and Oil Mill (Riverdale).
Weare is located in Hillsborough County - 20 miles northwest of Manchester and 15 miles southwest of Concord. Primary access is from NH Route 115, Route 77 and Route 149. The largest bodies of water are Lake Horace, Everett Lake, Daniels Lake, Perkins Pond, Mount William Pond and Ferrin Pond.
The town has Police and a Fire/Rescue Squad, Churches, Center Woods Elementary School, Weare Middle School, John Stark High School, a Highway Department, Public Library, Historical Society, Chamber of Commerce, Garden Club, Parks & Recreation Commission, Writer's Group, American Legion Post, First Sunday Coffee House, Snowmobile trains, State/Town forests and picnic areas.

More information on area services and Businesses are available in the Guide to Weare, Compliments of the Weare Chamber of Commerce.