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Congratulations to Dan & Rob: 2014 Littlefield’s Village Bocce Tournament Champions. 

Check out the results from each game in the bracket above.

Thanks John H. for your continued effort with the tournament!

TRIVIA – SATURDAY @ 8:30 PM
SHOULD LAST APPROXIMATELY 2 HOURS. THIS EVENT IS FOR ADULTS, YOUNG AND OLD! ARRIVE WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS. PLAY ALONE OR IN A TEAM UP TO 5. SOCIALIZE AND CHAT AS YOU COMPETE IN VARIOUS ROUNDS OF FUN:
A PRE-GAME 10 QUESTION WARM-UP ROUND
TWO 5 QUESTION ROUNDS OF GENERAL TRIVIA
THEMED PICTURE, CHART, AND PYRAMID ROUNDS
MUSIC ROUND: NAME THE ARTIST AND SONG TITLE
HAIL MARY ROUND: A LAST DITCH EFFORT TO WIN!
BRING AN APPETIZER OR ENJOY PROVIDED SNACKS! BYOB.

TRIVIA – SATURDAY @ 8:30 PM

SHOULD LAST APPROXIMATELY 2 HOURS. THIS EVENT IS FOR ADULTS, YOUNG AND OLD! ARRIVE WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS. PLAY ALONE OR IN A TEAM UP TO 5. SOCIALIZE AND CHAT AS YOU COMPETE IN VARIOUS ROUNDS OF FUN:

  • A PRE-GAME 10 QUESTION WARM-UP ROUND
  • TWO 5 QUESTION ROUNDS OF GENERAL TRIVIA
  • THEMED PICTURE, CHART, AND PYRAMID ROUNDS
  • MUSIC ROUND: NAME THE ARTIST AND SONG TITLE
  • HAIL MARY ROUND: A LAST DITCH EFFORT TO WIN!

BRING AN APPETIZER OR ENJOY PROVIDED SNACKS! BYOB.

The 2014 Bocce Tournament will be held on Saturday, July 19th.
SIGN UP NOW AT THE HALL!
This year’s tide schedule is not kind to us for a full day of bocce. Of the two feasible days (one in late August and this past weekend) my thought (and others as well) is that THE JULY 19 WOULD BE BETTER THAN WAITING UNTIL LATE AUGUST. HOWEVER, THAT ONLY GIVES US ONE WEEK OF SIGN UPS! 
We will try to play all games in one day. If necessary, we will finish the tournament on Sunday, July 20th. Game brackets will be published in the HALL once sign ups are complete. Games will be played on Saturday and will not be rescheduled to accommodate missing teams. If your team is not present, they will forfeit the match.
Tournament will be single elimination. 
PLAY DATE: JULY 19TH, 9:00AM - 7:00PM

The 2014 Bocce Tournament will be held on Saturday, July 19th.

SIGN UP NOW AT THE HALL!

This year’s tide schedule is not kind to us for a full day of bocce. Of the two feasible days (one in late August and this past weekend) my thought (and others as well) is that THE JULY 19 WOULD BE BETTER THAN WAITING UNTIL LATE AUGUST. HOWEVER, THAT ONLY GIVES US ONE WEEK OF SIGN UPS! 

We will try to play all games in one day. If necessary, we will finish the tournament on Sunday, July 20th. Game brackets will be published in the HALL once sign ups are complete. Games will be played on Saturday and will not be rescheduled to accommodate missing teams. If your team is not present, they will forfeit the match.

Tournament will be single elimination. 

PLAY DATE: JULY 19TH, 9:00AM - 7:00PM

ICE CREAM SOCIAL & DANCE BINGO! Saturday, July 19th!
Join us at THE HALL for a night of ice cream and bingo! We’re always excited for these two great events. Double your fun this year!
ICE CREAM SOCIAL: 6:30 PM
DANCE BINGO: 7:30 PM

ICE CREAM SOCIAL & DANCE BINGO! Saturday, July 19th!

Join us at THE HALL for a night of ice cream and bingo! We’re always excited for these two great events. Double your fun this year!

ICE CREAM SOCIAL: 6:30 PM

DANCE BINGO: 7:30 PM

July 4th & 5th - Independence Weekend 
Even though an interesting visit from Tropical Storm Arthur postponed the 4th’s typical events, many were in attendance for a “Weather Out the Storm” party at The Hall on Friday Night. It was an enjoyable time for all who attended.
And for the cookout, Hugh & his crew were back at it this year on the 5th. As always, we had a great time and a great meal at the hall. Many thanks to the volunteers who make events like this happen. We were lucky to enjoy top quality burgers and dogs, potato salad or chips, corn, and a variety of refreshments. The night was topped off with a terrific fireworks display over Ogunquit Beach. USA!

July 4th & 5th - Independence Weekend 

Even though an interesting visit from Tropical Storm Arthur postponed the 4th’s typical events, many were in attendance for a “Weather Out the Storm” party at The Hall on Friday Night. It was an enjoyable time for all who attended.

And for the cookout, Hugh & his crew were back at it this year on the 5th. As always, we had a great time and a great meal at the hall. Many thanks to the volunteers who make events like this happen. We were lucky to enjoy top quality burgers and dogs, potato salad or chips, corn, and a variety of refreshments. The night was topped off with a terrific fireworks display over Ogunquit Beach. USA!

July 4th - York Four on the Fourth

The York Four on the Fourth Road Race has become tradition for a growing group of campers. This year the village was well represented at the four mile race, with finishers ranging from ages 17 to 59.

Alanna McDonough was a top finisher for the ladies, Matt Dynan and Shaun Dever both finished in the top ten overall, and it was a thrill to cheer for each camper as they sprinted toward the finish at York High School.

For complete results, visit:
http://www.coolrunning.com/results/14/me/Jul4_YorkFo_set1.shtml

Sunday, June 29th: We had a record breaking turnout at the Little Beach Clean Up. Hats of to the crew, which included a gaggle of teenagers and a rag-tag bunch of older folk. The beach looks great. Expect to see the Sewing Circle down there in the next 4-6 hours.

Cue the music!
http://youtu.be/AINJjLNAp7U?t=50s

The hall is open! The hall is open!

Association Meeting Notes & Minutes
June 28th, 2014 - 9:15 AM

A message from Marlene:

  • Curb your dog
  • Register at office
  • 5 MPH, please!
  • Remove all boat trailers from Little Beach.
  • Get permission from Marlene before you let your young adults stay in your cottage unsupervised… Spring, Summer or Fall
  • Unsupervised young adults may not have company from outside the village.

On the Web:

Please visit www.LittlefieldsVillage.com for information and to entertain our seasonal community. Please feel free to send any photos, updates, or village news to littlefieldscampers@gmail.com.

Kirk and the Littlefield Family also have a site for rent, rules, and a great printable tide chart! This is the only place you can advertise your cottage if you are selling. http://www.littlefieldsonline.com

Summer Plans:

Please see the board if you would like to host a social event for the village. Look for fliers, posters, emails or Facebook posts for more details on these upcoming events:

  • FREE Adult movie night on Monday nights at Hall 8pm
  • Parents are welcome to host a FREE kids movie night on Wed nights at 7:30pm. Just post it on the bulletin board in advance.
  • Irene puts on a 30 min. walking tape at 9am on Mon, Wed & Friday. Anybody is welcome to join her in the hall.

Friday, July 4th: Ogunquit Beach Sandcastle contest 10am, 6pm Cookout at Littlefields then 9 pm Fireworks at Main Beach. See Hugh for advanced ticket sales.

Saturday, July 19th: Dance Bingo & Ice Cream Social

Saturday, July 26th: Trivia Night @ The Hall - BYOB & Appetizers

Saturday, August 2nd: Variety Show play (need actors), fashion show (need children 3 to 8yrs old). See Estelle if you have any special talents you would like to showcase.

Sunday, August 3rd: LVA 5K Run/Walk/Race/Skip…whatever floats your boat.

Friday, August 22nd: Outdoors Movie Night @ The Field

Boats & The Little Beach: Please secure your boat in the front and the back in the water. Also, put your name and cottage # on your boats, kayaks and anything you keep down at the little beach along with a Littlefields Village Sticker. The marker wears off the sticker but if your boat floats away then it is more likely to be returned to the village or Marlene will get a call. Its best to put your name on boats with paint, it lasts longer. We will be putting aside boats that are unmarked to try to find owners. Kayaks belong on the Colonial Village side of little beach and row boats on the opposite side. Please tell Marlene if you have a metal boat down there that can be disposed of. She has someone who will take them as scrap.

Miscellaneous Information:

  • Remember the quiet before 9 am rule.
  • No ice machine this year.
  • Beach Clean up Sunday AM (you missed it!)
  • There is a small pile of scrap behind the lawn mower garage/ fence. If you have anything with metal add it to scrap pile and she will call scrap man when there is a big enough pile.
  • Please take your turn selling 50/50 tickets!
  • Please sign up at the hall to work the Candy Store. Any adult may open the hall. See Larry Robichaud for box.
  • See the Dever family (240) to buy t-shirts or sweatshirts.
  • Janine Robichaud teaches yoga outside of the village for any yoga fans.

Now get off of your computer and go to the beach.

"Hey, look Ma! I can see my house from here!"

June 2014. Sweet! School will be out soon and the Hall will start opening up. Our first Association Meeting is typically the last Saturday in June. And since things change around here about as often as Colonial guests can successfully navigate the Ogunquit River*, I’m going to go out on a limb and say that the meeting will be held on Saturday, June 28th @ 9:15 AM.

*For those a bit slow on the uptake, Colonial guests can NEVER row. But man, I love seeing those little orange yachts spin in circles out by the clam flats.

Anyways…June 28th. 9:15 AM.
BYOS (Bring Your Own Speeding Issues)