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August 2022
 Story Time
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Bees and Beekeeping Program
9 at 7 PM in the Bristol Historic Town Hall on Summer St the Bristol Historical Soci- ety is pleased to welcome you to a Bees and Beekeeping presentation presented by Carolyn Fluehr-Lobban.
Carolyn has been a beekeeper for 16 years and an educator about Bees and Beekeeping in many educational and community settings. She will describe the remarkable natural history of honey bees and their critical role in pollination of crops, the local and national role of beekeepers and the public in their pro- tection (No Bees, No Food), and present challenges from pesticides. In addition, she will highlight the unique history of beekeeping in the Shaker community at Canterbury. All are welcome. For more information, call 603-744-2751
collection, will be put into the used book sale.
Summer Reading Bingo Drawing
August 13th, tentatively noon. Cards are due August 13th by 10am
The Hebron Library will be hosting a prize drawing for the people keeping up to date with their Summer Reading Bingo. For every five spaces filled on your card, you get another chance to win the prize! Summer reading bingo is still open, so there’s still plenty of time to stop by the library and pick up your card. With prize pools for both adults and children every- one’s welcome to participate! Make sure you get your cards in by 10 am, so that we can add your names to the drawing!
4-H Animal Exhibition and Raffle August 13th, Noon
The Friends of Hebron Library is pleased to announce that the Rumney Farmers 4-H Club will be at Hebron Family Fun Day on August 13th at noon. They will be bring- ing beef cows, dairy cows, goats, and maybe sheep and bunnies that they have raised and cared for as part of the 4-H program. They will share their experiences and demonstrate what they have learned in the process. They will also be raffling some spa and gift items made from goats milk as well as some other one of a kind handmade items. The proceeds from the raffle help defray the costs of traveling to many agricultural fairs throughout the state. Please come and enjoy these won- derful young people (ages 5-18) and sup- port their efforts. Fun for the whole family!
ing a new Craft and Chat project on the third Saturday in August. This program is supported by the Friends of the Hebron Library, with funding provided by Ever- source.
To get your event listed in the Calendar, please email by the 19th of the month
for the next month's issue.
National Night Out
Join the Bristol Police & Fire Depts. & the Events Committee for some fun!
Hot Dogs, Ice Cream, Kids Activities, Music with Carroll Brown! 6 pm-8:30 pm Kelley Park· All Ages Welcome!
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Held at Kelley Park in Bristol on from 5:00 – 6:30 pm. Don’t miss this delicious sum- mer tradition. Tickets are available at the TTCC or at the door while they last. The cost is $18 for Chicken, $25 for Lobster & $28 for a combo of a lobster and quarter chicken. We offer kids hot dog plates for $6.00. The meal includes salad, Walker’s Farm corn on the cob, baked potato, cole slaw, fresh rolls, dessert and drinks. Dinner entertainment will be provided by ‘Solitary Man’ In the event of rain the din- ner will be held at the TTCC. For more info call 744-2713.
With a Live Mermaid at Cummings Beach *11:00am-2:00pm Followed by questions & photos with Mermaid! *Hosted by MSL*
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*Teen Program: Salt Dye*
Ages 14-18 *2:00pm MSL*
Bristol Summer Concert Series
Club Soda Band. Kelly Park 6:30-8:00pm Free* Bring your own chair! Refreshments by Bristol Fire Company
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Held at Kelley Park in Bristol on from 5:00
Mondays at the Hebron Library Crafters Group, 2 to 4 pm
Join the crafters on Mondays for craft and conversations. All fiber arts are welcome. We have knitters, embroiderers, crochet- ers, hooked rug tapestry makers and punch embroiderers so far. All fiber artists are welcome.
Book Buddies Program
Pease Public Library, Plymouth
Runs every second and fourth Wednesday from 3:30-4:30 PM.
Friends Summer Book Sale
Alexandria Village Church Craft Fair
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The Friends of the Minot-Sleeper Library will hold their annual summer book sale on Saturday, August 6th from 9 AM to 1 PM. It will be located at the lower level behind the library.
Pre-Teen & Teen Program: Book Pack Hike to Inspiration Point
*Ages 7 & Up *11:00 am In partnership with MSL* & Slim Baker Foundation *Register at MSL*
Annual Meeting & Gathering *9:00am Gray Rocks* Registration required at www.
Hebron Gazebo Concert & BBQ
No Limitz Band *6:00pm
Grey Rocks Storytime with Minot-Sleeper Library
11:00am *Register @
Hebron Family Fun Day!
Hebron Gazebo 11:00am -8:30pm Hike Book Sale, Dunking booth, Corn hole, Music, Dessert Contest, Bocce Tourna- ment,Vintage Car Show, BBQ Ending with Fireworks!
Family Fun Day Book Sale
9 am - 1 pm. During Family Fun Day the Hebron Library will be holding its official book sale. Prices are low and we have a large selection of best selling hardbacks and paperbacks. All proceeds go to the Hebron Library for use in supporting the library programs. Come find books in the library’s foyer looking for a new home.
A thank you to those who have recently donated used books. We prefer recently published titles and cannot accept maga- zines, textbooks, serialized collections, or non-book items. Please make sure to drop off books you intend to donate while the library is open so we can give you prop- er credit, and to ensure the books aren’t damaged. Anything we cannot add to our
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What To Do Around Newfound!
Bristol Rotary Club Annual Penny Sale
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6:30pm Newfound Memorial Middle School in Bristol. Proceeds benefit the Bristol Rotary Club Scholarship Fund
TTCC Annual Lobster & Chicken Supper
Paint & Sip with Mocktails
6:30pm *MSL Call to register
TTCC Annual Lobster & Chicken Supper
 Save The Date August 28th
The Hebron Fire De- partment will be hosting a town-wide dinner/dance on Sunday, August 28th. This will be a special event for the community so they hope that residents and other interested parties in the Newfound Re- gion will save the date on their summer calendars.
Details for the evening of fun and great food are still being solidified but they ask that everyone keep their eye out for updates both in the town and in the August edi- tion of this paper.
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Bristol Concert Series
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Starlight Honey’s Kelly Park 6:30-8:00pm FREE* Bring your own chair! Refreshments by Bristol Fire Company
                                                                                  Pre-Teen Program
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                                               Minute to Win it Water Games. Ages 7-13 1:pm MSL*
Join The Shark Side Gallery viewing 4:00-5:00pm *MSL
Sadie’s Daisies Greenhouse
(603) 359-3622 • 50 Groton Rd, Hebron
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 Newfound Womens Hiking Group:
Saturday Craft and Chat, Sponsored by Eversource
10 am - 12 pm
The Hebron Library is going to be host-
Mount Cardigan *9:am* with Slim Baker Foundation & MSL* Register @ 744-3352
Wednesday-Sunday 9-5pm
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