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Bruin Fever

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Had the opportunity to spend the day in Boston yesterday and did a good bit of walking around. The sun was out, there was a pleasant breeze and it seemed like everyone, including General George Washington, was wearing some sort of Bruins' wear. The best display was outside this auto body on Route 1A on the way out of town. Based on the way the Bruins played last night, it seems as if all the good vibes flew out to Vancouver with the team.

We had lunch at Chau Chow City on Essex Street in Chinatown and I recommend this Dim Sum restaurant. Wonderful food, attentive service and great prices.

Bruin Fever

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Had the opportunity to spend the day in Boston yesterday and did a good bit of walking around. The sun was out, there was a pleasant breeze and it seemed like everyone, including General George Washington, was wearing some sort of Bruins' wear. The best display was outside this auto body on Route 1A on the way out of town. Based on the way the Bruins played last night, it seems as if all the good vibes flew out to Vancouver with the team.

We had lunch at Chau Chow City on Essex Street in Chinatown and I recommend this Dim Sum restaurant. Wonderful food, attentive service and great prices.

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  1. Jotham Oliver on

    This is right up there to breaking the curse! 3 game sevens! Amazing!

    Lovell's Brick Church

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    The 2011 season for Lovell's Brick Church for the Performing Arts kicks off on Friday, June 17th with a free Community Storytelling Festival led by Jo Radner that will focus on our region and its people.

    The schedule is filled with a diverse mix of programs, from music to poetry to children's Summer Theater, so it is certain that one, two or more of the programs will be of interest to you. This year the Brick Church is offering a special summer discount package where you get admission to six shows for the price of five!

    This year, Kezar Realty once again is a proud sponsor of the Brick Church for the Performing Arts.

    Lovell's Brick Church

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    The 2011 season for Lovell's Brick Church for the Performing Arts kicks off on Friday, June 17th with a free Community Storytelling Festival led by Jo Radner that will focus on our region and its people.

    The schedule is filled with a diverse mix of programs, from music to poetry to children's Summer Theater, so it is certain that one, two or more of the programs will be of interest to you. This year the Brick Church is offering a special summer discount package where you get admission to six shows for the price of five!

    This year, Kezar Realty once again is a proud sponsor of the Brick Church for the Performing Arts.

    Lovell Old Home Days Weekend

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    Another Wednesday, another Old Home Days meeting and it is shaping up to be a fun-filled weekend. It starts with the Turkey and Pig Roast on Friday night, the 5k race, parade and activities on Saturday and the Lovell Historical Society's Annual Antique Show and Live Auction on Sunday. This year the Swift River Jazz Band will be in the parade and at the gazebo, The Lovell Fire Department will be holding an Open House for children (lots of fun things) and adults and there will be more games and exhibits.

    We are always looking for parade participants or artists/crafters who would like to display their work at the Athletic Field. So if you would like to put together a float, please do so. Or if you have a special talent for making jams, bread, sweaters or anything else, come on down. For more information feel free to call me at 207-925-2057 or stan@fairpoint.net.

    Lovell Old Home Days Weekend

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    Another Wednesday, another Old Home Days meeting and it is shaping up to be a fun-filled weekend. It starts with the Turkey and Pig Roast on Friday night, the 5k race, parade and activities on Saturday and the Lovell Historical Society's Annual Antique Show and Live Auction on Sunday. This year the Swift River Jazz Band will be in the parade and at the gazebo, The Lovell Fire Department will be holding an Open House for children (lots of fun things) and adults and there will be more games and exhibits.

    We are always looking for parade participants or artists/crafters who would like to display their work at the Athletic Field. So if you would like to put together a float, please do so. Or if you have a special talent for making jams, bread, sweaters or anything else, come on down. For more information feel free to call me at 207-925-2057 or stan@fairpoint.net.

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    1. Stanley Tupaj on

      Always a good meal!
      • Stanley Tupaj on

        We will be in great shape if we keep getting days like today!
        • Jim Rowe on

          Glad to know about roast turkey on the menu!
          • Lynda on

            Looking forward to a great summer:)

            Ethel Interrupts

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            ...Who's Ethel?...

            ...Lovell Recreation's Summer Program sign-ups begin this Saturday, June 4th, at the Rec Building on Smarts Hill Road from 9 to 11 am. Lots of fun activities for kids including swimming, tennis, archery and more. Click here for more information...

            ...The annual Charlotte Hobbs Memorial Library Luncheon will be held on Sunday, June 26th at the Severance Lodge Club. This annual event has been a tradition for many years. The luncheon serves as a way to honor the library's staff and volunteers, as well as a way to say "hello" to the returning summer residents. The guest speaker will be Carol Severance. Call the library at 925-3177 to make reservations...

            ...A reminder that the Gardener's Group will be meeting at the library Thursday, June 16th, at noon. Bring your lunch and exchange tips with other enthusiasts!...

            ...A big thank you to all who sent me get well cards, called me on the phone or who cooked a meal for me. The generosity of the Lovell community has been overwhelming and humbling. Physical therapy starts at Memorial Hospital and expect to be on the golf course soon...

            Ethel Interrupts

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            ...Who's Ethel?...

            ...Lovell Recreation's Summer Program sign-ups begin this Saturday, June 4th, at the Rec Building on Smarts Hill Road from 9 to 11 am. Lots of fun activities for kids including swimming, tennis, archery and more. Click here for more information...

            ...The annual Charlotte Hobbs Memorial Library Luncheon will be held on Sunday, June 26th at the Severance Lodge Club. This annual event has been a tradition for many years. The luncheon serves as a way to honor the library's staff and volunteers, as well as a way to say "hello" to the returning summer residents. The guest speaker will be Carol Severance. Call the library at 925-3177 to make reservations...

            ...A reminder that the Gardener's Group will be meeting at the library Thursday, June 16th, at noon. Bring your lunch and exchange tips with other enthusiasts!...

            ...A big thank you to all who sent me get well cards, called me on the phone or who cooked a meal for me. The generosity of the Lovell community has been overwhelming and humbling. Physical therapy starts at Memorial Hospital and expect to be on the golf course soon...