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• saturday, november 17, 2018

Bristol Letter Carriers Annual Community Food Drive  (107,044 Views)


Join our community in supporting the Bristol Letter Carriers Annual food drive on Saturday November 17th! All food items collected stay in the local community & the Letter Carriers come to you! Your Letter Carrier will pick up perishable & no-perishable food donations during your usual mail delivery. Turkeys especially welcome! Information: Bristol Post Office, (860) 583-1371.
You can contact us at:     (860) 583-1371





• saturday, november 17, 2018

Holiday Decorating Days (cont.)  (109,403 Views)


9am-12pm

Location:
Indian Rock Nature Preserve
501 Wolcott Road
Bristol, CT 06010

Come join us in decorating for the holiday season! Adults and students welcome.

If interested in volunteering, RSVP is required at: 860.583.1234 ext. 103 or eoconnell@elcct.org



For more information visit us at:     http://www.elcct.org/
You can contact us at:     eoconnell@elcct.org





• saturday, november 17, 2018

Be Thankful for Falling Leaves!  (109,402 Views)


10:30-11:30am

Members: $5/Adults, $3/Children (12 & under) & Seniors (65+)
Non-Members: $10/Adults, $6/Children (12 & under) & Seniors (65+)

Location:
Harry C. Barnes Memorial Nature Center
175 Shrub Road
Bristol, CT 06010

Why do trees lose their leaves? How can this help animals in the forest? Do they offer places to hide, warmth and moisture to those critters? Learn the answers and then take a stroll to gather some leaves for a collage craft. Groups of 10+, please reserve space prior to event. Kid friendly!

For more information or to pre-register, please call (860) 583-1234 or email: eoconnell@elcct.org

ELCCT is a 501(c)3 Not-for-profit Environmental Education and Learning Center



For more information visit us at:     http://www.elcct.org/
You can contact us at:     eoconnell@elcct.org





• saturday, november 17, 2018

The Battle for the Bell: History & Highlights  (111,495 Views)


1:30 PM

Manross Memorial Library
260 Central Street
Forestville, CT 06010

This year’s annual Thanksgiving Day football game will be the 60th Battle for the Bell between Bristol Central and Bristol Eastern high schools. Join us for what is sure to be a lively panel discussion, lead by Bob Montgomery of the Bristol Press, of the history of the rivalry between the Rams and the Lancers. Please call the library to register. 860-584-7790. Refreshments. Free.


For more information visit us at:     http://bristollib.com
You can contact us at:     860-584-7790





• saturday, november 17, 2018

St. Paul Performing Arts Performs The Penny Dreadfuls  (109,146 Views)


St. Paul Catholic High School performing arts department is excited to present the onstage performance of The Penny Dreadfuls. Over 40 talented cast and crew members have been preparing for this production. These last few months they have been playing orphans and runaways who spend their nights and days working for the dastardly Professor as pickpockets and thieves.

They have got far more than mischief up their sleeves! Stolen goods end up at an antique and collectibles shop run by the despicable Bethesda Nightsoil and Dorthea Sprockett. The Professor’s partnership with these ladies has been very profitable until Mad Aggie, a former Penny Dreadful now disguised as the town lunatic, vows revenge on the Professor for sending him to jail for ten long years. And revenge was never sweeter! Meanwhile, the Professor’s bizarre family, who thinks he’s a respectable businessman, comes for an unwelcome visit but the Professor has mysteriously disappeared. His family becomes suspicious and so does his girlfriend, Lola Foxglove. They all suspect Bethesda and Dorthea of doing him in. When the Professor finally does make an appearance, his desperate cruelty shocks even the ladies.
This is a fast-paced, comic play reminiscent of Dickens’ “Oliver Twist.” As in Dickens’ novel, all villains get their due. The Penny Dreadfuls opens on Friday, November 16th and runs through Sunday, November 18th at the St. Paul Catholic High School’s Performing Arts Theater. Performances are at 7pm Friday and Saturday with a 2pm matinee on Sunday.

Tickets go on sale Friday, October 26th and can be purchased online at www.spchs.com.


For more information visit us at:     http://www.spchs.com





• saturday, november 17, 2018

LIVE RAPTORS from Christine’s Critters   (111,086 Views)


Saturday, November 17, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. LIVE RAPTORS from Christine’s Critters (wild birds: hawks, eagles, and maybe a turkey) visit the library!

Christine’s Critters, Inc. was born from a passion for birds of prey, and a desire to try to help offset the manmade effects that harm our native wildlife. FREE!


For more information visit us at:     http://bristollib.com





• saturday, november 17, 2018

Yankee Peddlar Fair   (90,632 Views)


Yankee Peddlar Fair

Saturday, November 17 from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.

The annual Yankee Peddlar Fair at Asbury United Methodist Church on 90 Church Avenue in Forestville will take place on Friday, November 16 from 5 – 8 pm and Saturday, November 17 from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.

There will be talented Crafters and Vendors, lots of good food including homemade soups and a bakery, apple fritters, cookies and popcorn, an Auction Gallery, and house plants. In addition, vendors will be selling artificial wreaths, children’s books, jewelry, cosmetics, jams, dolls & doll clothes, walking sticks, quilts, stain glass, and much, much more!

There will also be a special event on Saturday: a Breakfast Grille at 7 a.m. – 9 a.m. – Adults $5 and Children under 12 $3

For more information: Email Asburyypfair2018@gmail.com or call 860-584-0529

Asbury United Methodist Church 90 Church Avenue






• saturday, november 17, 2018

Bristol Hospital Ball – “Live From the Red Carpet!”   (90,619 Views)


Bristol Hospital Ball – “Live From the Red Carpet!”

November 17 @ 6:00 pm - 11:30 pm

The Bristol Hospital’s Annual Ball is a formal gala that features fine dining, an open bar, and dancing to the music of “Sugah Rush.” Guests also have the opportunity to bid on unique and exclusive auction items including trips, experiences and memorabilia. All proceeds from the ball will benefit the Emergency Center expansion and renovation project.

Contact: mgagnon@bristolhospital.org or call 860-585-3002

Aqua Turf Club 556 Mulberry Street






• saturday, november 17, 2018

Bristol Farmer’s Market Fall Festival   (39,568 Views)


Bristol Farmer’s Market Fall Festival

November 17 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Just in time for Thanksgiving!

The Bristol Farmer’s Market will return on Saturday, November 17th, from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Bristol Centre Square, across from City Hall.

Local vendors will be there to offer fresh fruit & vegetables as well as other products such as honey, meat, eggs, jams, cheeses, pickles, and much more.

Firefly Hollow Brewing will join us just in time to stock up on locally made craft beer to celebrate with family and friends! Firefly merchandise will also be available. Better Baking by Beth will bring deliciously prepared baked goods while Perkins Pure sugar house will offer Bristol-produced maple syrup and more! Additionally, we welcome back many of our vendors with cult followings, including West’s Side Beef Jerky, Bristol-based Cafe Real Coffee, Ridgerunner handmade soap and bath products, and KalCompany Handcrafted Oat Bars.

The Bristol Police Department Police Explorers will be there as well selling the popular pink patches to benefit the American Cancer Society.

Come and stock up for the holidays!

Centre Square at North Main St. North Main St.






• saturday, november 17, 2018

Stuff a Cruiser   (39,563 Views)


Stuff a Cruiser

November 17 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

The Bristol Police Department is holding a “Stuff a Cruiser” event on Saturday, November 17th from 10-1 at the Walmart Parking lot on Route 6 in Bristol.

This event is to benefit Brian’s Angels Homeless Outreach and Warming Center on Jacobs St.

Please help if you can – items needed are: Boots & Shoes, Thermal underwear, underwear, flashlights, water, heavy socks, heavy gloves, and hand and foot warmers.

You may consider a DD or McDonald’s gift card – that warm cup of coffee on a cold day could make all the difference!

Bristol Walmart 1400 Farmington Ave.






• saturday, november 17, 2018

Clock & Watch Identification Day   (41,048 Views)


Clock & Watch Identification Day

November 17 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

On Saturday, November 17th from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., the American Clock & Watch Museum will host its popular Timepiece Identification event.

For those who have a special watch that they would like to learn more about, Micah Tasker of TheVintageWatchMan.com will be available to help you learn about the history of your watch.
For those who are curious about their American-made clock, museum curator Tom Manning will guide guide you in discovering information about your special piece.*

A fee of $10.00 will be charged for each clock and watch. Admission to the museum is included with this fee. For more information about this event, contact the museum (860-583-6070).

*Please note: Museums are restricted by law, and are not be able to provide appraisal values at this event. Depending on the number of patrons attending, evaluations may be limited to three per person.

American Clock & Watch Museum 100 Maple St.


For more information visit us at:     http://www.clockmuseum.org/





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