Picture this…. Folks of all ages come together for a bash in their best 1950’s attire to dance, twist, limbo, eat, and drink on a summer’s night in the New London Historical Society village barn.
On August 12 you can do just that! The night’s fun rolls from 4pm to 10pm with music thanks to Damien Petry. Sure to be a blast, start with popular 50 tunes, dancing, the under 21 crowd activities, contest and prizes, the root beer float counter and BBQ dinner. As twilight comes the over 21 contest will be had from 7-10pm with dinner, bar and we’ll crown our king and queen.
It will be Fun City in New London with this event. Admission for adults is $20.00, children under 12 are free. Make a plan that suits your crazy crowd-bring the family or attend later with 1950 lovin’ hipsters.
Tickets in advance at Tatewell Gallery, Scarlett Pharmacy, online at www.newlondonhistoricalsociety.org and at the door- mark your calendar today!!
The New London Historical Society (NLHS), founded in 1954, is a nonprofit organization, member supported organization committed to preserving and presenting the early history of the New London, New Hampshire area. The society’s collection includes a village of 19th century buildings, more than 24 horse drawn vehicles and thousands of other artifacts reflecting everyday life in rural New Hampshire. Located at 179 Little Sunapee Road in New London and open every Sunday from 1-4pm and scheduled programs and events. To learn more about NLHS- visit the Web site www.newlondonhistoricalsociety.org or call (603)526-6564.