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Roller Derby double-header in Laconia

LACONIA – The Granite State Roller Derby (GSRD) All Stars will take on Hartford Area Roller Derby (HARD) on
Saturday, July 12, at Laconia Ice Rink at 468 Province Road.

GSRD's home teams, The Demolition Dames and The Fighting Finches, will bout as the second game in the event's double-­‐header.

Doors open at 4 p.m. for both bouts. GSRD Stars vs. HARD begins at 5 p.m., and the home teams immediately following.

Off track, fans can create posters, participate in raffles, sign up for "Chuck a Wheel" for prizes, including tickets to the Camping World RV Sales 301 NASCAR race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on July 13, meet the skaters, and participate in other friendly activities.

Tickets are $10 in advance or $12 at the door. Children 5 and younger will be admitted free. Advance tickets are
available through the league's website at granitestaterollerderby.com or Spank Alley Skate and Board Shop at 59 South Main St. in Concord.

 

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Beans & Greens Farm to throw Caribbean party

GILFORD — Beans & Greens Farm is celebrating its 25th Anniversary with a Caribbean Night on the Farm, Saturday, July 12. The event will feature a tropical menu (with food supplied by Beans & Greens), sounds of the Caribbean with DJ and Karaoke host Sean O'Brien, limbo contest and prizes including Best Caribbean Attire. The event is BYOB. For more details on this event, including the menu, or to buy tickets, stop by the farm or check out www.beansandgreensfarm.com or Beans and Greens Farm on Facebook.

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Hating Monday Playing at Junior's Crush House Saturday Night

GILFORD — Hating Monday will be playing at Junior's Crush House on Saturday, July 12 starting at 8 p.m.

Band members say it will be something of a homecoming for the 4-piece group, which was formed last September from members of other cover bands.

All of the band members work full-time and are grateful for the support of their families which allows them to play music at night and are strongly focused on the sound and song content.

Junior's Crush House has the area's largest outside deck with a beautiful view of Lake Winnipesaukee and an outside stage that offers  plenty of room to dance. Also on this night  Coors Lite is having a Nascar promo with the Coors Lite girls and special guests.

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EKAL to host Fusion event

LACONIA — Fusion is inviting the public to its next social event at EKAL Activity Center in Meredith on Tuesday, July 22. Those attending will be able to choose a paddleboard or kayak and spend an hour on the lake. Registration begins at 5:30 p.m., and the tour promptly kicks off at 6 p.m.
This event is open to beginners and lake veterans. The event is a great way to meet and interact with Fusion and outdoor enthusiasts alike.

Participants are encouraged to wear comfortable clothing that may get wet and jump into Fusion-style networking. The cost for the EKAL activities is $15 per person and reservations and payment are requested in advance as space is limited. Please visit Facebook.com/NHFusion for more details and the link to reserve your space on the lake or to RSVP for the free land-based networking.

After the lakeside tour of Meredith Bay, the group will gather at the Town Docks. Those not looking to participate in the water activity are welcome to head straight to the restaurant as early as 6 p.m.

The purpose of Fusion NH is to develop future leaders, encourage civic involvement and contribute positively in the communities we serve. Fusion is located in Laconia (PO Box 6503, Laconia, NH 03247). Those who would like more information about the Fusion organization or how to get involved, can contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit FusionNH.org.

 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 July 2014 08:48

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