Revive Located in Derry, NH
Derry is a town in New Hampshire, United States. The first settlers arrived in the area in 1719, and the town was incorporated in 1727. The town was named after the city of Derry in Ireland.
The town is located in Rockingham County, and it is the fifth largest town in the county. The population was 33,109 at the 2010 census.
Derry is bordered by the towns of Londonderry to the north, Windham to the east, Hudson to the south, and Salem to the west. It is located approximately 30 miles from the city of Manchester and about 40 miles from the city of Concord.
The town has a total area of 42.8 square miles, of which 42.2 square miles is land and 0.6 square miles is water. The highest point in town is Bog Mountain, which has an elevation of 940 feet above sea level.
Derry is home to a number of historical sites, including the Derry Public Library, which was built in 1887, and the Derry Lights, which have been burning since 1897. The town is also home to the annual DerryFest celebration, which is held each October.
The Derry Friendship Center
6 Railroad Ave. Derry, NH 03038
Hours - 11AM-3PM