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June 2023
 HEBRON — The New- found Lake Region Association (NLRA) invites you to get excited about the summer and join New- found EcoTours for a two-hour boat tour that brings passengers up close to the eye-popping scen- ery and abundant wildlife that can be found on Newfound Lake! These cruises aboard the NLRA pontoon boat, Madelaine, are a popular summer activity for Newfound’s visitors and long- time residents alike. Passengers regularly see wildlife such as loons and eagles, have the op- portunity to be a scientist and collect water quality data, and learn history and trivia from the
NLRA Ecotours
knowledgeable driver. Newfound EcoTours depart
from Grey Rocks Conserva- tion Area Friday-Sunday and holidays at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. starting May 27th, then Thurs- day-Monday from June 16th to September 16th by advance res- ervation only. Special arrange- ments can be made for other days and times by emailing Ec- or calling (603) 744-8689. NLRA members receive a 25% discount on the price of the tour! You can learn more and book a tour at:
Newfound EcoTours are part of NLRA’s initiative to intro-
duce residents and visitors of the Newfound area to the unique qualities of Newfound Lake and
the importance of
it. Along with educational pro- grams to foster stewardship of
our natural resources, the NLRA performs water quality monitor- ing, stormwater management, invasive species monitoring and prevention, and land conserva- tion to work towards their mis- sion of protecting and conserving the Newfound Watershed. Visit to learn more about these programs and how you can join the effort.
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The Bristol Historical Soci- ety Museum will begin opening for the summer on Saturday mornings, June 10, from 10-12. Tuesday evening hours will com- mence on June 27, 6:30-8.
The museum is located on the upper level of the historic firehouse at the corner of High Street and South Main Street. There is parking available behind the building.
In the museum, you will be a wide variety of artifacts and historical information about the town of Bristol. There is an ex- tensive collection of photos of the lake and village.
Did you know that the for- mer local newspaper, The Bristol Enterprise, is available online at bristolnh.advantage-preserva- This an excel- lent resource made possible by a grant received by the Minot Sleeper Library. It is easy to search and fun to use.
Please stop by for a visit some- time this summer!

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