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SATURDAY, AUGUST 24 — OLD HOME DAY!
7:00 —10:00 AM – Bicentennial Pancake & Buffet Breakfast at Union Lodge ▪ $8 Adults, $4 for under age 13 — Sponsored by Union Lodge #79
7:30 AM – Registration opens for 5K Road Race to support Stand Up Newfound
8:00 AM – 5K Road Race Begins
9:00 AM – FUN Begins at Kelley Park…
9 – 3 pm ALL DAY ACTIVITIES:
• Crafters / Exhibitors / Vendors
• Music provided by DJ Tim Martin
• FOOD – multiple vendors available
• Kids Games – all day
• YOUTH BEATZ – Drumming program – DJ will announce new sessions
• Boy Scouts – bridge building activity
• Displays by Bristol Police & Fire, NH Fish & Game, Minot-Sleeper Library, Slim Baker Conservation Area, Town of Bristol Water/Sewer Department
• Pickle Ball Tournament
• Visit with Historical Re-enactors and Old Time Artisans to include:
o Visit with General & Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant & their Horse Guard
o The First New Hampshire Regiment—Revolutionary War Re-enactors with a cannon
o The 5th Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers—Civil War Re-enactors
o Old Bristol Movie Theater (Peggy Miller)
o Oxbows & Yokes (Bob Boynton)
o Bristol Mills / Historic Industrial Preservation (David Dunning)
o Native Americans (Ken Cushing)
o Native American Drumming (Grand Mother’s Tears)
o Lake Ice Harvesting (David White)
o Stone Wall Building (Kevin Fife)
o Maple Syrup Industry (Brett Robie)
o Blacksmithing (Richard Wright)
o Oxen (Rob Hatch)
o Railroads (Ken Cushing)
o Bristol Historical Society / WWI & WWII
o Bristol Bicentennial Committee
Additional Scheduled Events:
9:00 am – Opening Ceremonies / Flag Raising with local VFW
9:15 am – Firing of Muskets with the 5th Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers – Civil War Re-enactors
9:30 am – Native American Drumming Group – Grand Mother’s Tears
10:00 am – Community Spirit Award Presentation
10:30 am – Firing of the Cannon with the First NH Regiment – Revolutionary War Re-enactors
10:30 am – Pie Eating Contest
11:00 am – 1:00 pm – Historic Fife & Drum Duo will wander the grounds (away from performers)
11:00 am – Performance by Hutchinson Heritage Singers
12:30 pm – Performance – Joyful Noise Ukulele group
1:30 pm – Performance – Hear from General and Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant
2:30 pm – Demonstration by Bristol Police Department with Police Dog Arro / Raffle Drawing
3:00 pm – Closing with firing of guns and cannon by re-enactors

5:00 – 6:30 pm – TTCC Lobster/Chicken Dinner ♦ (NOTE TIME CHANGE)
Lobster Dinner $20—Chicken Dinner $17—Combo $25—Kids Hot Dog Plate $6
“Dinner Music by Solitary Man”

DUSK — Bicentennial FIREWORKS! At the foot of the Lake! (Rain Date August 25)

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