As our Commitment to Community, Northwood Garage is proud to be teaming up with other local business and our neighbors to support the 2016 Bean Hole Bash & Northwood Old Home Day.
Bean Hole Bash mission
Our objective is to promote the Town of Northwood, its organizations, businesses and citizens through the community celebration known as the Northwood Bean Hole Bash. Local non-profit organizations are encouraged to promote their missions and/or raise funds for their community projects.
Bean Hole Bash parking will be at Coe-Brown Northwood Academy and the event will be spread out between Coe-Brown and the Northwood Congregational Church. Handicap parking will be available
The fun starts 4pm Friday July 29th
*Lighting of the bean pit
*Have some fun dunking Northwood finest in the dunk tank
*Food trailer opens
*Country auction begins
*Start of Horseshoe Tournament, with cash prizes
*Free movie night for the kids
!!Burying of the beans!!
The fun continues Saturday July 30th
Things get cooking
8:00 am to 10:00 am
* A breakfast that is sure to please… will be service up by the members of the Northwood Congregational Church
8:00 am to 5:00 pm
* Craft fair opens
*Northwood Historical Society Display
*Division of Forest & Land Display
*Bake Sale & Crafts
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
*Drop in and build your own crafts
*Giant games for the kids: Checkers, Get Knotted, Scrabble, Jenga, Mega-4 in a line
*Children’s picture book give away
*Book sale & Sundries
9:00 AM Bean Hole Bounce
Event details and schedule
The race will start at 9:30. Registration will be at Coe-Brown. Parking will be available at Coe-Brown. Registration ends at 9:00. Keep in mind the 5.5 mile run is up a moutain. If you wish to walk please consider the 2.5 mile option. Awards will be given 45 minutes after the first finisher. Course maps will be available on the website and on race day. Food and drinks will be provided after the race.
But there’s more
*Food Trailers open
*Traveling Zoo from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
*Horse shoe free play 10:am to 3:00
*Leopold bench building
*Touch a truck
*Fireman’s Midnight drill bedrace
*Northwood School coloring contest awards
4:00 pm Uncovering of the bean pit!
5:00 pm Beans are served!
A hardy serving of beans with the fixings $10 for Adults Children under 12 $5.00.
Yes there will beans to go too!
Please join us for the fun and supporting our great community!
You can’t make the beans without a place to cook them. A thank you goes out to Dave Tousignant, owner of Water View Construction for his time and equipment in preparing the site and placement of the bean oven for the event. Dave will quickly tell you that he had plenty of help from other community members.