Welcome to the
Lakes Region Newcomers Club
"Find new fun and friends with us"
YOU are cordially invited to join us at our
First Friday Breakfast
Breakfast at 8:30 a.m.
At the Wolfeboro Inn
in the downstairs function room
Hot and cold all you can eat breakfast Buffet
$13.00 per person
Prospective members and current members are encouraged to join us for breakfast on the first Friday of each month starting at 8:30 a.m. at the Wolfeboro Inn. The First Friday Breakfasts give newcomers a chance to meet many members personally and learn about upcoming activities. No reservations are required. If you can, please also bring a contribution for the local foodbanks. We are contributing to several in the area.
When you enter the Inn, take the stairway that will be to your left. We encourage everyone to arrive on time so that we can begin our breakfast and program without delay.
Come join the fun and mingle with new and old friends. Meet and welcome new members. There will be a running slide show of photos highlighting recent events, as well as opportunities to find out more about upcoming activities at our Special Events table. And, of course, enjoy our hot and cold all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet. Please note that the price of the breakfast buffet is now $13.00.
Inclement Weather Cancellation Policy: The LRNC President will make a decision on cancelling the FFB in case of inclement weather. An email blast will go out Thursday evening to the membership announcing that the FFB will be cancelled.
If you are not a member but would like to learn more about us, welcome!
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Lakes Region Newcomers Club
celebrates 40 Years of Fun and Friends!!
On September 27th, Lakes Region Newcomers Club members celebrated the 40th anniversary of the organization. A special tribute was made to Marge Clarke, founder of the Newcomers Club back in 1978. She was heard repeatedly stating "I can't believe it!" as she looked around at the more than one hundred celebrants that night.
Sue Stevens, our club's vice-president, created a really special video in honor of Mage Clarke and the wonderful club she started those many years ago. We'd like to thank Sue for the love she put into this project. If you didn't get a chance to see it, click on the photo below to enjoy her production.
Radio Podcast tells about the
This podcast was made when Randy Zimmerman and Cindy Theodore were interviewed for later broadcast on WASR Radio. Click on the link below for a great summary of the club and our activities.
In an annual "Ultimate List of Local Bookstores: 51 Must-See Bookstores Across the US”, it is noteworthy that our very own “The Country Bookseller” in Wolfeboro made the national list. See link below.
Tuftonboro Parks and Recreation Department
WANT A CHANCE TO WORK OUTSIDE THIS SUMMER?
Inspectors needed to conduct courtesy boat inspections through the NH Lakes Host Program paid and volunteer positions available!
Help us protect pier 19 & Melvin Village aquatic invasive species!
Contact: Dennis Zilembo Park and Recreation Director Town of Tuftonboro, NH Cell 1-508-335-2992
The Tuftonboro Parks & Rec is currently seeking Lifeguards and Water Safety Instructors for the 2019 Summer Season.
Full-time, flexible schedule, some weekends required. Must be at least 16 years old. Competitive wages. Red Cross Certification and background check required. Interested, but not certified? Please contact us for training opportunities. Applications available on-line at www.tuftonboro.org. For more information contact: email@example.com. Please submit applications to: Tuftonboro Parks & Rec, PO Box 98, Ctr. Tuftonboro, NH 03816.
The Tuftonboro Parks and Recreation department to create recreational opportunities for growth and enhancement by developing diverse services and programs that promote citizen involvement and a strong sense of community while striving to increase the social, cultural and physical well being of its residents and visitors.
The Libby Museum of Natural History welcomes Lakes Region Newcomers
Come visit The Libby (755 North Main Street, 3 miles from downtown Wolfeboro): we’re the oldest natural history museum in New Hampshire. Overlooking Winter Harbor on Lake Winnipesaukee, The Libby is an unusual building, built by an exceptional man in 1912. We’ll tell you all about it.
You can visit by antique boat from downtown Wolfeboro on Thursdays and Fridays (July & August), and return to town by Trolley: it’s Wolfeboro’s best day out! (reservations: 603.569.4554).
Our collection is from as far as China, and as near as the local woods. Voted the ‘most eclectic small museum in the USA in 2014’ it’s a special place full of birds, animals and artifacts.
Plus, we host local artists and have kid’s programs throughout the summer.
Opening JUNE 1st: Tues-Sat 10-4 and Sun 12-4.
Admission $5/adult; free to veterans and under 16.
For details: www.thelibbymuseum.org
51 Glendon Street, Wolfeboro, NH
Admission: $5.00 at the door
TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR ON THE EVENING OF THE SHOWING, CASH OR CHECK ONLY. BOX OFFICE OPENS ONE HOUR BEFORE THE MOVIE.
Refreshments available for purchase
Friday/Saturday Evening Showings 2019 at 7:30PM
June 14-15 Goonies
July 19-20 Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
August 16-17 BeetleJuice
September 20-21 Invasion of the Body Snatchers
October 26 The Raven
November 15-16 Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
December 20-21 A Christmas Story
“Gardening and chicken care opportunities"
We are looking for volunteers to support the gardens and the chicken program.
928 White Oaks Road
Laconia, NH 03246
Interesting facts about our Local Libraries
If you are looking for a book that your local library doesn’t have, they will gladly search other New Hampshire libraries to see if they can find the title you are seeking. In addition to tracking down special requests, the library will use the Inter-library Loan (ILL) system when looking for multiple copies of a single title for a book club. ILL is a service whereby a patron of one library can borrow books, DVDs, music, etc. and/or receive photocopies of documents that are owned by another library. Although books and journal articles are the most frequently requested items, some libraries will lend audio recordings, video recordings, maps, sheet music, and microforms of all kinds. In some cases, nominal fees accompany the inter-library loan services. The State Library in Concord provides van services for delivery of these materials libraries. The van picks up and drops off materials to the Wolfeboro Library on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. All NH libraries offer these services.