Additional Information

We are the Deering Women's Guild partnering with the Deering Community Church to offer the  Deering Summer Faire. All activities are open to our extended community locally and throughout the world. You are welcome to participate. Numerous Deering organizations also help to show-case what they do and offer a fun time for everyone during Deering's annual summer fair.

Deering, NH is a small village located just south of Hillsborough, NH in the beautiful Monadnock region of New Hampshire. A small rural community, Deering has approximately 1,900 people, and is situated in Hillsborough County. The town is approximately 31  square miles in  size and has one state owned road running through it: Route 149.

Deering  was originally part of Cumberland or the Society Land, the portion of  land which had been set aside for the Masonian Proprietors. In 1774,  settlers petitioned Governor John Wentworth, the last provincial  governor of New Hampshire, for township status. The governor granted the  request, giving the town the family name of his wife, Frances Deering  Wentworth. Frances Wentworth's first husband was Theodore Atkinson, son  of Masonian Proprietor Colonel Atkinson. At the time of the Revolution,  the Wentworths left for Nova Scotia, then went to England, where Frances  became a lady-in-waiting to Queen Charlotte, wife of George III.

Come visit and learn about the history and incredible beauty of this town and region.