Issue 343 | July 2022
Your Monthly News & Updates
Thank you for requesting our newsletter where we keep you informed about upcoming events, promotions, and much more!
Great Things Are On The Way!
We are working hard on our new pavilion, which is coming out beautiful! We are hoping it will be completed sometime later this summer.

Father of the Year!
We hope all dads had an amazing father's day weekend! A special shout out to our weekend winners!

  • 1st place - Josh Deacon Hicks
  • 2nd place - Adam Hugly
  • 3rd place - Paul Perry
Congrats to our Junior Olympic Winners

Congratulations to our Junior Olympic Winners and our 75 participants!
Kamper's Kitchen is Open!
We're excited that the Kitchen is now open daily 11:30am-9pm with ice cream until 9:30pm. They have a variety of delicious ice cream flavors from Crescent Ridge Farm!
Jimmy Fund Update
2022 marks the 40th year Normandy Farms Campground has been raising money for the Jimmy Fund. We are enthusiastic each year to raise as much money as possible to help those who are
fighting the battle against cancer.
We are proud to say that since 1983 our donations have reached $462,564.00!
  • 12/16/21 Christmas/& 50th Anniversary Party Donation $50,000.00
  • 10/9-10/11 Indigenous Weekend drawings $1,117.00
  • 10/15 & 16, 10/22& 23 $1,705.00
  • 10/29 & 30 Haunted Walk $1,507.00
  • 5/7 Plant Sale $721.00
  • 5/29 Jail Day $674.00
  • 5/30 Silent Drawing $1,072.00
  • 5/30 50/50 Drawing $128.00
  • 5/27 Poker Walk $81.00
  • Office Collection Can $410.00
  • Miscellaneous $221.00
  • Tips Housekeeping $645.00
  • Tips Office $246.00
  • Food Truck donations $260.00
  • Tips from rangers & donations $349.00
  • Donation from Denise & David Connolly $200.00
  • Skunked for the Jimmy Fund $200.00
  • Total for 2021-2022 $9,536.00
Summer Activity Schedule
We are now into the summer daily schedule so click here check out our awesome activities!
Meet Charlie Tipper!
Charlie Tipper is a 1-year-old English Pointer mix. Charlie Tipper needs to be in a quiet one-person home with no children. Charlie doesn’t like sharing his human with other humans. He is a great dog who loves to play with his canine friends and then snuggle on the couch. Charlie does attend day care and absolutely loves it! We hope that his new owner can let him attend daycare or at least have a fun-loving friendly canine friend.
Things To Do In the Area!
  • 7/1-7/4 Franklin 4th of July Celebration Carnival – rides, games, food, music, fireworks and more.
  • 7/2 Open Air Saturday in Providence, feature live music performances, a rotating line-up of food trucks, two beer gardens, two marketplaces, outdoor games and activities, ample outdoor dining at local restaurants, and more. We encourage attendees to make a day of it by visiting multiple locations throughout downtown: Grant’s Block, Aborn Street, Union Street, Biltmore Park, and the BankNewport City Center. /news/open-air-saturdays-2022
  • 7/2 Seekonk Speedway, The Independence Day Thrill Show features ground-shaking fireworks, spectator drags, car and truck enduro, figure 8’s….
  • 7/2-7/4 USS Constitution Visit the USS Constitution Museum and discover the secrets to the Ship’s strength and gain a taste of life aboard “Old Ironsides”! Hands-on, minds-on programs will explain, demonstrate, and encourage visitors to experience 18th century ship construction and the demands of a sailor’s life. Test your shipbuilding skills, furl a sail, scrub the decks, and get marked with a (temporary) tattoo throughout the weekend and beyond! Check the website for specifics on the USS Constitution Underway. USS Constitution is scheduled to get underway starting at 10:00 AM. The best views will be from the Charlestown Navy Yard, Fort Independence at Castle Island, and the Boston Harborwalk. USS Constitution will conduct a 21-gun salute at approximately 11:30 AM towards Fort Independence on Castle Island.
  • 7/3-7/4 Bristol, RI 4th of July Celebration - The official and historic Celebration, Patriotic Exercises, was established in 1785 by Rev. Henry Wight of the First Congregational Church and Veteran of the Revolutionary War. The Celebration officially starts with Flag Day on June 14. Over the next few weeks there are free outdoor concerts at Independence Park, Orange Crate Derby races, a firefighters’ muster, Fourth of July Ball, and many other activities and events. The Celebration concludes on July 4 with “The Military, Civic and Firemen’s Parade”, which is viewed by over 200,000 people from Rhode Island and around the world. These long-lasting celebrations give Bristol its nickname of America’s Most Patriotic Town.
  • 7/4 Boston 4th Parade and Pops Fireworks Spectacular - Celebrate Independence Day with live music from the Boston Pops and a firework show over the Charles River. The fight for American liberty began in Boston – there is no better place to spend the holiday.
  • 7/8 thru summer, Beyond King Tut in Boston, Journey to modern-day Egypt and see wonders of the ancient world like the Temple at Karnak and the Great Sphinx. Experience ancient history come to life and gaze at the Egyptian sun as it rises above the Pyramids of Giza, filling the sky with vivid color. Travel back in time 3,000 years to the 18th dynasty when King Tut ruled and gods like Ra and Anubis were worshiped by all. Descend into King Tut's tomb, 100 years since its historic discovery, and join King Tut in his quest for immortality. Experience all of this and more at Beyond King Tut: The Immersive Experience, a story over 3,000 years in the making.
  • 7/9-7/10 New Bedford Folk Festival returns to celebrate its 25th anniversary! For a quarter of a century, the fan favorite festival has gathered world-class contemporary singer/songwriters, traditional Americana, the best in blues, classic Celtic and, of course, folk to the Southcoast – and its silver anniversary will bring back many festival favorites who have performed throughout the years!
  • 7/10 Foxboro Jaycees Car Show will take place in multiple lots near the Foxboro Town Common.
  • 7/22 Country Biergarten in Walpole – Join us for our first-ever Country Biergarten with live entertainment, food trucks, desserts at Boylston Schul-Verein, the largest German-American club in greater Boston.
  • 7/25+7/30 Waterfire in Providence, full lighting - You can travel the globe and never find anything quite like WaterFire. A series of nearly 100 bonfires that seems to magically perch on the three rivers of downtown Providence, WaterFire is actually an art installation. Created by local artist and Brown grad Barnaby Evans, WaterFire has attracted hundreds of thousands of people to Providence every year.
  • WaterFire is a multisensory spectacle, replete with the comforting aroma of burning wood and the lilting tones of carefully curated music, which amplifies the experience. Street performers, musicians and thousands of attendees add to the enchantment. Best of all, the entire incredible experience is free.

Wonder what's happening at Patriot Place?
  • 7/2 Dead & Company Summer Tour
  • 7/3 Live Music Series at Patriot Place - Kick
  • 7/3 New England Revolution
  • 7/6 Summer Flicks at Patriot Place – Outdoor showing of Encanto
  • 7/6 Six String Grill & Stage at Patriot Place – Line Dancing
  • 7/10 Patriots Hall of Fame – Family Field Day
  • 7/10 New England Revolution
  • 7/13 Citizen Crust at Patriot Place – Trivia Night
  • 7/14 Cruise Night at Bass Pro Shop
  • 7/16 Premier Lacrosse League 2022 All-Star Game
  • 7/20 Summer Flicks at Patriot Place – Outdoor showing of Cruella
  • 7/21 The Weekend After Hours til Daw Tour
  • 7/27 Patriots Training Camp
  • 7/27 Elton John: Farewell Yellow Brick Road The Final Tour
  • 7/28 Patriots Training Camp
  • 7/28 Elton John: Farewell Yellow Brick Road The Final Tour
  • 7/29 Patriots Training Camp
  • 7/30 Patriots Training Camp
  • 7/30 New England Revolution
  • 7/31 New England Revolution

Local Fireworks!
  • Fireworks
  • 6/30-7/4 Franklin
  • 7/1 Attleboro
  • 7/2 Walpole
  • 7/3 Sharon
  • 7/3 Patriot's Place
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