Pollyanna Glad Day

The Second Saturday in June is the
Annual NH Pollyanna Glad Day! 
Make plans to join us next year!

2024 Pollyanna Glad Day Highlights

They made hats, they sang, Lollipop the clown made balloons and they ate cupcakes blindfolded!  This crowd knows how to have fun!  Hope to see you next year!  


Fun For All Ages!

Hat Party

Create your own Pollyanna hat with decorations and show it off in the group photo!

Enjoy visiting with Pollyanna and
Lollipop the Clown!

Scavenger Hunt

Starting at noon, answer five riddles to win a prize!   


Be Glad and Sing loud on Main Street!
Enjoy fun with Phil Rivera between
1-3 on Library Lawn

The Cupcake Challenge

What's a celebration without Cake! 
At 42 Main Street, we'll be hosting the
Cupcake eating Challenge at 3!

Group Photo

Wave for the Camera!  

Be around the sculpture around noon for the group photo! 

Did You know....
The Pollyanna of Littleton Sculpture was named one of the top ten places to take a photo in New Hampshire?  

Smile and Do the Glad Wave!

Five Years of Spreading Gladness

It was 5 years ago Veronica first opened the Glad Shop! 
The Grand Opening was Glad Day 2019! 
It's been a fun 5 years and the Little Glad Shop keeps growing - thanks to all our cheerful supporters!

Here's to another 5 more fun years ahead!

GoLittleton Glad Shop

Visit with Eleanor Porter

Our favorite Eleanor Porter aficionado will be strolling around downtown to share stories of the author's life story.  

Learn more about Eleanor Porter

Thank you to our Glad Day Sponsor

Mascoma Bank is Glad to be the exclusive sponsor
of Glad Day!  

Visit Mascoma Bank

Join the Glad Club!

Sign up for the GoLittleton Glad Club and receive greetings from Glad Town all year long!  


Thank you for joining the Glad Club! Now you have something to be glad about!

Pollyanna of Littleton 

91 Main Street
Littleton, NH 03561, US

New Hampshire Glad Day

In 2019, Governor Sunnunu signed a proclamation to declare the second Saturday of June as Pollyanna Day throughout the state.  Pollyanna admirers hope the optimism of the celebration will spread to other New Hampshire communities and that schools, libraries, and citizens will commemorate the day with appropriately glad ceremonies and activities.

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