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Taste of Newfound

Date/Time

Jul 23, 2014
05:30 PM until 08:00 PM

Description

You can sample, eat and shop at over 30 vendors, take a boat tour of Newfound Lake and much more!

The Taste of Newfound is back once again in 2014! On the shores of picturesque Newfound Lake, the Inn on Newfound will be the site for the fourth consecutive year of the Taste of Newfound.  

Residents and visitors alike will be able to sample the best of the restaurants and Inns from the region, along with a business expo with upwards of 40 businesses in attendance. The ever popular Eco-Boats tours provided by Newfound Lake Region Association will be avialable again as well.

Cost

$25

Location

View map The Barn at the Inn on Newfound Lake
1030 Mayhew Turnpike
Bridgewater, NH

Additional Information

Phone

(603) 536-1001

Contact email

info@plymouthnh.org

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