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Sleepy New England town? Not really. Local businesses and organizations always have something planned for summer visitors, including a Fourth of July celebration with cow patty bingo, a Thanksgiving craft fair, and an annual Strawberry Festival. Two lakes — Todd and Massasecum — make Bradford a must-visit for fishermen, campers and water enthusiasts.

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  • Old Road Antiques might have a piece of art or collectible to go in that empty space in your home.
  • Need more fishing supplies? Try Cobble Pond Farms for a new reel or some bait.
  • Spirit of New England uses the wax technique to create custom designed fine gold jewelry with precious and semi-precious gemstones.

See a blacksmith at work at the Village Smithy, part of the Bradford Historical Society, on East Main Street. You'll also see tools, a corn crib, a carriage and an ox cart. The Bradford Historical Society and the smithy are open Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Take a chance and learn to dance, at the Bradford Parks and Recreation Community Barn Dances. Held at the Kearsarge Regional Elementary School, 163 Old Warner Road in Bradford, the dances start on November 16 and continue on the third Sunday each month thereafter. Dance time is from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m., but be warned: the dances get more complicated as the night progresses, so beginners should get there early! Admission is $8, $5 if you provide a treat for the potluck dessert table.

What would we do without Pizza Chef? You can always get a meal sure to please the whole family at this locally owned restaurant

- Bradford’s Center Meeting House

- Town of Bradford
- Blaisdell Lake Association

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