On the fourth Monday of every month we meet at our club which is next to Hampstead Town Hall on Main Street. Meetings begin at 7:00pm and lasts about 60 minutes.
It's a great opportunity to meet new people and find an event or program that you would like to be involved in.
*Please note these are in person meetings, however a zoom link can be provided if necessary.
The Hampstead Civic Club BBQ competition was held once again as part of the annual Hampstead 4th of July celebration on June 24th. This year’s competition featured 14 pit masters from far away as Lewiston, Maine competing to be the best in pulled pork and brisket. Samples were offered to the public and sold out within 15 minutes.
Thank you to our exclusive sponsors of this year’s event J&B Butcher, Border Brewery and BBQ, Honey Dew Donuts, and Bacon Barn.
Best all around
1st place: Mark Hilinski, Pit Stop BBQ
2nd place: Scott Kelly, Something’s Burning BBQ
3rd place: Jeff Sweeney, Limp Brisket
Best Brisket: Dan Aguirre, Danno’s BBQ
Best Pulled Pork: Mark Helinski
People’s Choice Award: Scott Kelly
Selections were made on the students and their parent’s contributions to the club, an essay and community involvement. Winner of the Brian Colbert Memorial Scholarship is Sophie Martinage. Nieve Boulter won the US Army CPT Jonathan Grassbaugh Memorial Scholarship, the winner of the Ben Davine Memorial Scholarship is Adrianna Pellegrini.
Other winners included Emma Adrien and Evelyn Morin. Congratulations go out to these outstanding young men and women and the Hampstead Civic Club wishes them a very bright future. Congratulations to all!
Here at the Greater Hampstead Civic Club, we are driven by a single goal; to do our part in making the world a better place for our community. We are a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Turning Interest Into Action - Our Mission: Here for the Youth and Families of Greater Hampstead since 1947
Since 1947 the Greater Hampstead Civic Club has been an organization built on tradition, volunteerism, and community. We strive to continue to make the Greater Hampstead area a unique, vital community through recreational, scholarship, and fundraising programs.
How we do it:
Through our recreational and fund raising efforts we hope to perpetuate the concept of community involvement.
We are always looking for volunteers to help us make our vision a reality. We'll help you find a way to volunteer that best suits you.
We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you. Thank you for your time and donations that makes this possible!
No child is left out because of financial need or hardship. Any family can request a full scholarship to any of our recreational programs, and will be provided assistance confidentially, and without any application requirements. Just contact us by email, or contact a club member and ask.
Get ready to toss those bags. Limited to 32 teams. This event will sell out to sign up early!
Recreation Basketball programs are available to any child residing in
Hampstead ages 6 through high school.
All players receive equal playing time.
Soccer program is open to all children ages 4 through high school. It takes place in the fall and most games are held at the Depot Road fields.
This program provides group lessons at the beginner and intermediate levels. Your child will have a fun hour while they learn the fundamentals of golf.
Throughout all of his years of athletic, social, and academic achievements, Brian’s pride and passion of Hampstead always remained. He was continuously involved in the community and worked with the recreation department for many years.
The Junior Olympics event takes place each September. We have records still standing from 30 years ago. At this event you can sometimes see children breaking the records that their parents set many years before.
Whether your child is an experienced chess player or has never played before, chess club is a fun and exciting way for him/her to play against others or learn the game of chess. No sign up needed, just come on in, grab a seat and play.
Bring your yarn and hook and hang out and chat about crochet, learn new stitches, share pattern ideas, and encourage each other in our creativity with others who are moving beyond the basics.
Grab your fishing pole, bait the hook and join us for our annual Fishing Derby. Free of charge to area children. Ages 1-15 are welcome.
A Hampstead tradition for over 40 years. The day is capped with one of the premier fireworks displays in the region. Bring your beach chairs, family and friends and join us on the town green.
Kick the Christmas season off with us as Santa lights the tree. Bring your family and enjoy a Christmas movie, hot cocoa, apple cider, coffee, pizza, hot dogs, face painting, cookie decorating and hay rides (weather permitting).