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Welcome to Squamscott Community Commons
Picture a central gathering place offering recreation for all ages; teen and young adult enrichment; health and wellness; youth education, and family programs that keep our communities strong. Envision a new community-oriented facility that will serve as home to multiple local non-profits all under one roof at a single location. This is the new Squamscott Community Commons - a new "community living room" where renewed and strengthened community spirit will soon take root.

Squamscott Community Commons, a 501c3 nonprofit organization, will work to raise the financial resources to construct a new 80,000 square foot multi-tenant, nonprofit community center that will serve over 55,000 residents in the Seacoast region. The site is located on a 10 acre parcel abutting 36 acres of conservation land and the Little River in Exeter. Planned walking trails adjacent to the new facility will offer public and recreational access. The building will integrate high-performance, sustainable design features that will reduce energy and operating costs, thus saving the tenant agencies money so that they can focus on what they do best – deliver cost effective and needed programs and services to the community.

Squamscott Community Commons

The mission of Squamscott Community Commons is to improve the quality of community and family life by creating and maintaining an intergenerational community center that provides social, health, recreational, cultural and education opportunities for all.

"The Commons will be not only a place to house regional nonprofits,
but a center where new programs can blossom
- where childcare meets art class,
and children with special needs interact
in groups, instead of in isolation"

 
- State Representative Donna Schlachman
Founding Member of Squamscott Community Commons & Exeter Resident

PARTNERING AGENCIES
Rockingham Community Action
Great Bay Kids' Company
SeaCare Health Services
Exeter Center for Creative Arts
Richie McFarland Children's Center


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