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Going for a ride at the show We are an active group of local enthusiasts who love our boats and love to use them. We publish a newsletter for our members 3 to 4 times a year. For our meetings, we generally try to have something to attract our members, guests, and Lyman loving friends. In the past, we've had some great presentations on boat restoration and maintenance topics at these meetings. We also started the Classic Lyman Group on Yahoo which is a FREE open discussion group. Picnic Cruise Photo
Going for a Ride at the 2009 Show
If you own a Lyman, had a Lyman, want a Lyman, or just want to talk about Lymans, consider joining us. Just stop by for one of our upcoming events.
June 2009 Ossipee Lake Cruise and Picnic

Lyman Event Schedule

NELG Winter Meeting
The Winter Meeting of the New England Lyman Group is scheduled for 10:00 AM Saturday, January 28, 2017 at the home of Doug Bell and Mary Bogan located at 139 Andover Street in Andover, MA. All members and guests are invited. As many of you know, Doug completed and launched his 1952 Lyman Islander project in 2013 and enjoyed it for the entire season. Doug really did an outstanding job on his boat, and we will be visiting the site of where it all happened. It's sure to be a treat! This will be an RSVP meeting. You can email Doug to RSVP or call (978) 886-3545 and leave a message. Keep in touch with us through the Classic Lyman Group on Yahoo for any last minute changes and rescheduling updates.
NELG Spring Meeting
The Spring Meeting of the NELG wil be held at 10:00 AM Saturday, April 22, 2017 at the "World Famous" Androscoggin Wooden Boat Works on House Rd in Wayne, Maine. Chris and Leslie are graciously opening up their shop to us again for another great presentation and meeting. This is an RSVP event. Please either call 603-485-7355 or email Rick with the number in your party. Chris and Leslie will be providing lunch along with sides and we want to get a reasonable headcount so we can plan accordingly. Keep in touch with us through the Classic Lyman Group on Yahoo for any last minute changes and rescheduling updates. You can also go to the Androscoggin Wooden Boat Works web site and get directions.

Lyman Show Schedule

18th Annual NELG Lyman Show
The date for our 18th Annual New England Lyman Group Lyman Show will be Saturday, June 10, 2017 from 9 to 2 at the public docks in beautiful Wolfeboro, NH on Lake Winnipesaukee. The rides and picnics will be posted here once the destinations are determined and are for any antique boater. They will be held on the Thursday June 8 and Friday June 9 leading up to the Show. All Lymans and other lapstrakes are invited to participate in the show. Contact by emailing Rick or calling (603) 485-7355.

Great Lyman and Other Antique Boating Events

Southern NH Antique Boat Auction
Gary, Ron, and their crews will be holding the Nineth Annual Southern NH Antique Boat Auction now including vintage Autos and Motorcycles on Sunday, May 7, 2017 with a preview on Saturday, May 6. Start your summer off with a new boat you can enjoy for the whole season! Consignments welcome. For more information or to consign, email Gary Michael, call 603-345-3765, or visit the Inland Boat Works site and follow the links.
MWCBC Naples, Maine Show
The Mountainview Woodies Classic Boat Club of Maine will be holding their 24th Annual Antique and Classic Boat Show on Saturday, August 12, 2017. Related events include the following: Tuesday, August 8 rides for campers at Camp Sunshine; Wednesday, August 9 Long Lake cruise to Harrison for lunch; Thursday, August 10 Sebago Lake excursion with lunch at Migis Lodge; Friday, August 11 banquet at Freedom Cafe, followed by Arrival Parade. For more information, go to the MWCBC Show Page or email the show chairman. This is our family's favorite show of the year. Join us once for the events and you'll understand why! Note this year's show is pushed out one week later just like last year.


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