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Thursday, June 5, 2014

Riverfest planned Saturday at Lone Pine Hunters Club in Hollis

HOLLIS – Hollis Brookline Cavaliers Crew and the Lone Pine Hunters Club are teaming up to present the second annual Riverfest and fifth annual fishing derby at the club, 114 Rideout Road, on Saturday, June 7.

The fishing derby will take place from 9-11 a.m. Registration will open at 8:30. ...

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HOLLIS – Hollis Brookline Cavaliers Crew and the Lone Pine Hunters Club are teaming up to present the second annual Riverfest and fifth annual fishing derby at the club, 114 Rideout Road, on Saturday, June 7.

The fishing derby will take place from 9-11 a.m. Registration will open at 8:30.

Kids ages 5-12 are welcome with an adult to bring their own fishing poles and tackle; Lone Pine members will supply the worms.

Prizes will be given to most caught fish, biggest fish and biggest tree limb caught.

Lone Pine members host this free community event each year to give kids an opportunity to enjoy fishing from their beautiful waterfront property on the Nashua River.

Riverfest is a fundraiser to benefit Hollis Brookline Cavaliers Crew.

From 11 a.m.-4 p.m., expect live music, boat rides, raffled themed baskets, robot demonstrations by the Hollis Brookline High School FIRST Robotics Team 1073, farm-fresh ice cream from Connolly Brothers Dairy Farm in Temple and food provided by Moe’s Southwest Grill.

Saturday also is National Learn to Row Day. At Riverfest, students and adults are invited to row with members of the Hollis Brookline High School Crew Club.

Those who prefer a less strenuous boat ride can board the motorized launch, sit back and take in the sights.

The Nashua River winds along the southeast corner of Hollis, offering the opportunity to experience boating, fishing and relaxing in a breathtaking waterfront location close to home.

All proceeds will benefit Hollis Brookline Cavaliers Crew. Free admission and parking.

Rain date is Sunday, June 8.

For weather-related announcements, visit www.hbcrew.org.