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Newfound Lake Region Association and Minot-Sleeper Library Present Storytime at Grey Rocks
 Hebron– Summer is a great time to read and a great time to get outside - join the Mi- not-Sleeper Library and New- found Lake Region Association (NLRA) as we do both! This col- laborative outdoor storytime will take place at Grey Rocks Conser- vation Area at 178 N Shore Road in Hebron, NH on Saturday, July 9 at 11 am. Following storytime with library staff, an NLRA educator will lead visitors on a guided walk of Grey Rocks.
Along with programs and events, Grey Rocks visitors can
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at 744-6033 for details), a Bocce tournament ( contact David at 744-2634 for details) and also at that time please bring your dessert entries to the Church for the dessert contest. There will also be a Unique Vintage Car Show on the Common from 2-4 and a Hebron Fire Department Equipment Exhibition. At 5pm Jim Tyrrell will be returning to play folk, rock , and also some of his own compositions. The BBQ will begin at 5pm as well and it will be done by the He- bron Fire Department. At 7pm Blues Brothers the Next Genera- tion take the stage and at around 8:45 pm (dusk) we will have Hell's Gate Fireworks Display. Wearing face masks are optional and please keep social distancing. Hebron Gazebo Programs are sponsored by the taxpayers of Hebron, Hebron Village Store, D. Merrill, and individual dona- tions. FREE POPCORN thanks to Bill White. Hope to see you there!!!
enjoy trails with sce- nic views of the Cock- ermouth River and Hebron Marsh, unpack a picnic in the picnic area, throw in a line at the fishing alcoves, or even launch a kayak or canoe at the non motor- ized boat launch. Grey Rocks features a variety of habitats with many different plants and ani- mals including wildflow- ers, turtles, and eagles.
NLRA works to pro-
tect the high-quality waters of Newfound Lake and its watershed, maintaining a healthy and diverse eco- system. Along with edu- cational programming like guided activities and public events, NLRA monitors water quality, conserves land, manages stormwa- ter pollution, and monitors for invasive species. Learn more about their programs and events and ways you can be involved at: New-
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