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**Town Offices Painting, FRONT entry will be CLOSED Thur & Fri Sept 21 & 22, please use REAR ENTRANCE**NEW Transfer Stickers (white) at the Clerk's Office**The Historic District Commission now meets on the 4th Thurs of the month at 7PM as of Sept 28, 2017*

CRYSTAL LAKE PARK USEAGE:

 

 

1.    Line all garbage cans with garbage bags. 
(You bring it in, you take it out).

 

2.    Sweep kitchen floor and/or utility room, clean countertops, sink and refrigerator(s).

 

3.    Pick up playground, field and sweep pole barn, if necessary.

 

4.    Sweep bathrooms, empty garbage cans, flush toilets and clean, if necessary (brush inside).

 

5.    Turn out all lights (list available in the backroom if used at night).

 

6.    Lock Backroom with the bar, all windows, garage, bathrooms, kitchen and main gate.  RETURN ALL KEYS!

 

THANK YOU!

 

 





Documents and Forms top of page
    Park Usage Sign Off - Crystal Lake Park rules and requirement for scheduled events and usage.
2017 Swim Lessons - Swim Lessons Agenda




Events (today up to 60 days out)
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September
Date Event Time Location Info
PDF Format
 Saturday, September 30, 2017   Park Reservation - Suzanne Bruedle    8:00 AM   Crystal Lake Park   

October
Date Event Time Location Info
PDF Format
 Saturday, October 28, 2017   Park Reservation - Christina Ball Wedding   9:00 AM   Crystal Lake Park   


Committee Members
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  Name Title Phone E-Mail Term Length Term Expiration
  Vacant  Board Member      2017 
  Vacant         
  Vacant  Member       
  Richard Kordas  Member  (603) 267-1799  2017 
  Robert Burdett  Member  (603) 364-7847  2018 


Links top of page
    Belknap County Lakes

Discover New Hampshire

Fish & Game - Get a fishing/hunting license

Gateway to the Granite State

Governer's Council On Physical Activity & Health

New Hampshire Outdoors

Shaker Village

The Kancamagus Highway

To check current beach advisories in NH please see link.

To learn more about the health aspects of recreational waters, see the link below.

Welcome to Lake Winnipesaukee