Welcome To The NCNE

We are so excited you have stopped by to check out our club!  We love Newfoundlands.  We hope you will check out our site and look into coming to one of our many events.  We offer opportunities for people who love Newfs to gain experience, share experience and have lots of fun!  Check back often.  We have a very robust calendar of events year round for every aspect of Newfie love!

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Past Events

April 2019

NCA National Specialty

April 29 - May 4
Bavarian Inn Lodge, 1 Covered Bridge Ln
Frankenmuth, MI 48734 United States
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May 2019

Northeastern Conn. Relay for Life

May 18 - May 19
Brooklyn Fair Ground, 15 Fairgrounds Rd
Brooklyn, CT 06234 United States
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June 2019

Supported Entry

June 1
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NCNE 50th Anniversary!!

June 1
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Water Fun Day #1

June 8 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
YWCA Camp Wind In the Pines  , 89 Parker St
Leicester, MA 01524 United States
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Water Fun Day #2

June 15
Birch Hill Camp, 33C Birch Hill Rd.
New Durham, MA 03855 United States
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The Newfy cruise on the Margaret Todd schooner

June 22
Bar Harbor Bar Harbor, Maine 04609 + Google Map
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Water Fun Day #3

June 29
Green Lake Dedham, Maine 04429 + Google Map
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July 2019

Board of Directors Meeting

July 21 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
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August 2019

Water Test Run Through

August 10
Camp Pomperaug, CT Yankee Council Boy Scouts of America, 1170 Buckley Hwy
Union, CT 06076 United States
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NCNE Water Test Today and Tommorrow! What a beautiful weather forecast! Bring some sweatshirts! 🤣😂❤️🐾❤️ ... See MoreSee Less

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Dear Fellow Newf Lovers – I am writing this VERY LONG post because I want to provide some facts about the upcoming NCNE Water Test being held this weekend at Camp Pomperaug in Union, CT. There have been many posts on different Facebook pages regarding concerns about the Toxic Blue Green Algae problem and a few of them have made reference to our upcoming test. For this reason, I feel the need to “set the record straight.” I don’t feel this is an appropriate use of Facebook space. I come to these pages to learn about the breed and look at wonderful photos and praise others for their hard work with their dogs. But some comments made have stirred some strong emotions and I just want the facts about our test to be available from the “horses’ mouth” – MY mouth. I am the president of NCNE and I have been personally involved in all of the discussions surrounding our upcoming water test. Here are the facts:
We are holding our test at a Boy Scout Camp which is in use everyday. A number of us have been to the lake within the last two weeks. We had a water event there on August 10th with multiple teams swimming in the water all day. To date, no one has been sick or has a dog fallen sick. The water is crystal clear. There is no scum on the lake surface, collecting along the shoreline or sheen to the water. The Boy Scouts tested the lake in April as they always do, prior to opening the lake. They do not test for Blue Green Algae. We did have a member raise the question about the Blue Green Algae test with the Camp Director. He let us know he provided the test results from April to the person. We inquired about getting current testing done for the toxin and we were willing to pay for the test. We were told the best turn around for the test result would be at least 3 weeks from the time the sample was received. Not all labs run this test. This would not have provided information in time for the test. We researched the toxin and decided there were no signs that there were issues with the lake. We sent an email to all the entrants, the stewards and the judges, telling them the water had not been tested and if they wanted to withdraw we would provide a full refund of the entry fees.
These are the facts. I speak for myself and the NCNE Board when I tell you – the dog is the center of everything we do! Holding a water test is not a necessary component of our club’s success. Titles mean little to the dog. We would never jeopardize the safety of one single animal. We are holding our water test this weekend. We do not have concerns about the water or the safety of any person or dog entering the water. We will continue to evaluate the lake. If you would like to discuss this further, please do not hesitate to call me or send me an email. My home phone is 860-537-7765. My email is mbylone@gmail.com
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NCNE Water Test THIS Saturday and Sunday at Camp Pomperaug in Union, CT. Come out and see over 20 Newfoundland Teams perform the water rescue exercises. Open to all. Check our website for more information.
This is a photo taken a few years ago. Maya, (owned by Kiko Chang) a wonderful working dog, completing the last exercise to achieve her WRDX! Terry and Mary were the lucky stewards to be part of their memorable achievement!
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NCNE 40th Anniversary Water Test

Raffle to benefit the NCNE Water Test August 24 & 25th


DannyQuest RAFFLE Tickets


Saturday, October 26, 2019
Sunday, October 27, 2019

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The Newfoundland Club of New England, Inc. is a non-profit corporation founded in 1969 with clear objectives intended to promote the Newfoundland Dog breed. NCNE has over 600 individual, family, and honorary members.

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