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Free Scoop Day and 7th Annual Grand Re-Opening of The Mill Ice Cream Cafe

Date/Time

May 4, 2013
12:00 PM

Description

Make sure you swing by and grab yourself a free scoop of our homemade ice cream, made from scratch right here in the beautiful Lakes Region of NH.

Celebrate warmer weather and let us thank you for your support!

We'll be giving away plenty of our delicious flavors such as Double Chocolate Fudge, Mint Oreo, Cherry Chocolate Chip, Belgian Chocolate and many more! We'll have new flavors too!

Invite all your friends! If we can get 200 people coming on Facebook, we'll also give away our hot fudge sauce, made from our Belgian Chocolate fudge!

The celebration continues at night with our kick-off concert in The Back Room with Sayon Camara & Landaya.

Cost

Free

Location

View map The Mill Fudge Factory
2 Central St.
Bristol, NH

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