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• tuesday, june 01, 2021

Ordinance Committee  (95,919 Views)


Ordinance Committee
June 1, 2021, 5:30 PM?-?6:15 PM @ First Floor Meeting Room


For more information visit us at:     http://www.bristolct.gov/calendar.aspx





• tuesday, june 01, 2021

Regular Meeting - Zoning Board of Appeals  (95,918 Views)


Regular Meeting - Zoning Board of Appeals
June 1, 2021, 7:00 PM?-?10:00 PM @ City Council Chambers


For more information visit us at:     http://www.bristolct.gov/calendar.aspx





• wednesday, june 02, 2021

Regular Meeting - Inland Wetlands/Conservation Commission  (84,068 Views)


Regular Meeting - Inland Wetlands/Conservation Commission
June 2, 2021, 7:00 PM?-?10:00 PM @ City Council Chambers


For more information visit us at:     http://www.bristolct.gov/calendar.aspx





• thursday, june 03, 2021

American Rescue Plan Act – Produce Box Program  (77,516 Views)


American Rescue Plan Act – Produce Box Program
JUNE 3 @ 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

The City of Bristol and the United Way of West Central Connecticut have partnered with Foodshare to bring free food to those who live in Bristol and surrounding communities. FREE food boxes filled with fresh produce will be distributed on Thursdays June through August from 4:30 – 6:30 pm or until boxes run out at the Department of Public Works Garage at 95 Vincent P. Kelly Road. Follow signs from Middle Street to Cross Street, right onto Lake Avenue and right onto Vincent P. Kelly Road.

Bristol Public Works Garage
95 Vincent P Kelly Road






• thursday, june 03, 2021

ECD Regular Board Meeting  (84,085 Views)


ECD Regular Board Meeting
June 3, 2021, 5:00 PM?-?6:30 PM @ City Council Chambers


For more information visit us at:     http://www.bristolct.gov/calendar.aspx





• saturday, june 05, 2021

Bristol Auto Club's 2021 Cruise Nights  (97,267 Views)


The Bristol Auto Club’s 2021 Cruise Nights are on Every 1st & 3rd Saturday from May 1 – October 2.

430 North Main Street

Free Admission – Raffle Prizes – Oldies Music – 50/50


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





• saturday, june 05, 2021

Plant Swap  (94,634 Views)


10:00 am - 12:00 pm

It's a Plant Swap at the library! We will swap the following plants: perennial & herb divisions, vegetable seedlings and houseplants. Please check your plants for bugs & good health. Water the plants if needed and pot them in soil. Stop by the library to pick up some Plant Swap index cards. Use the cards to label each plant with basic information. Or make your own! Bring your plants to the library before the swap begins.

Please visit or call the library to register in advance. You may also register on our website: www.BristolLib.com/manross. Questions? Call the library at 860-584-7790. Stop by to borrow a gardening book and happy planting!


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





• saturday, june 05, 2021

Coloring Club for Adults   (83,545 Views)


Coloring Club for Adults
Saturday, June 5, 2021
1:00 PM--3:00 PM
In-person at the library
Bristol Public Library

About this Event

The Coloring Club is a coloring group for adults with peaceful music, fellowship, and an adventure in coloring. Coloring kit provided to first-time attendees while supplies last. Feel free to bring your own materials. Ages 18 & over. RSVP is required. Space is limited. Mask-wearing and social-distancing required.

No charge. RSVP on bristollib.com, at the library or aby calling 860.584.7787 x 3.


For more information visit us at:     www.bristollib.com
You can contact us at:     860.584.7787 x 3





• saturday, june 05, 2021

Bristol Eastern Theater Arts present “High School Musical Jr.”  (77,676 Views)


Bristol Eastern Theater Arts present “High School Musical Jr.”
June 5 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Come enjoy this bebopping classic, outside, with Bristol Eastern High School as a natural backdrop. This rousing 1 hour musical edition will have you humming along and rocking in your folding chair. Due to protocols, seating will be by pods, each roomy enough for up to 6 people. Tickets, @ $40 per pod, can be purchased on line at https://www.showtix4u.com/#streaming
Sorry, no tickets will be sold at the door!
Bring a blanket or some folding chairs and be prepared lose yourself in the iconic story and music that made High School Musical a classic!

Bristol Eastern High School






• sunday, june 06, 2021

Ribbon Cutting – “Story Walk @ Rockwell Park”  (77,776 Views)


Ribbon Cutting – “Story Walk @ Rockwell Park”
June 6 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Join us for a ribbon cutting at the “Story Walk” at Rockwell Park, presented by the United Way of West Central CT, the Parent Leadership Training Institute (PLTI), Bristol Parks, Recreation, Youth and Community Services, Bristol School Readiness Council, Bristol Early Childhood Alliance and the Bristol Public Library.

The guest will be author Michele Kean (“Rio & Silas with Love”). Ms. Kean will be available for book signing and her books will be available for purchase.

Special Appearance: Stanley the Dog

Free gifts to the first 50 attendees.

Rockwell Park






• sunday, june 06, 2021

Bristol Eastern Theater Arts present “High School Musical Jr.”  (77,775 Views)


Bristol Eastern Theater Arts present “High School Musical Jr.”
June 6 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm and
June 6 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Come enjoy this bebopping classic, outside, with Bristol Eastern High School as a natural backdrop. This rousing 1 hour musical edition will have you humming along and rocking in your folding chair. Due to protocols, seating will be by pods, each roomy enough for up to 6 people. Tickets, @ $40 per pod, can be purchased on line at https://www.showtix4u.com/#streaming
Sorry, no tickets will be sold at the door!
Bring a blanket or some folding chairs and be prepared lose yourself in the iconic story and music that made High School Musical a classic!

Bristol Eastern High School






• monday, june 07, 2021

United Way 47th Annual Golf Tournament - Sept. 14th  (335,061 Views)


SAVE THE EVENT DATE: Tuesday, September 14, 2021
Registration and Sponsorships open now. Come out to the links and support the United Way.

The longest running golf tournament in the region. A perennial sell out so reserve your foursome early. Sign up as a sponsor and include your golf.

Chippanee Golf Club 8:30 am Registration - 9:30 shotgun start
Breakfast, snacks and oasis holes on the course, cart, wrap-up lunch, on the
course challenges, awards, raffles and more.

Contact Judi Ann to register or sponsor information: jalausier@uwwestcentralct.org
or 860-582-9559, ext 407

LIVE UNITED!


For more information visit us at:     https://uwwestcentralct.org
You can contact us at:     jalausier@uwwestcentralct.org / 860-582-9559, ext 407





• tuesday, june 08, 2021

Joint Meeting  (84,277 Views)


Joint Meeting
June 8, 2021, 6:45 PM?-?7:00 PM @ City Council Chambers


For more information visit us at:     http://www.bristolct.gov/calendar.aspx





• tuesday, june 08, 2021

City Council  (84,276 Views)


City Council
June 8, 2021, 7:00 PM?-?10:00 PM @ City Council Chambers


For more information visit us at:     http://www.bristolct.gov/calendar.aspx





• wednesday, june 09, 2021

Regular Meeting - Zoning Commission  (84,358 Views)


Regular Meeting - Zoning Commission
June 9, 2021, 7:00 PM?-?10:00 PM @ City Council Chambers


For more information visit us at:     http://www.bristolct.gov/calendar.aspx





• thursday, june 10, 2021

Leave No Trace - FREE Webinar  (89,388 Views)


6-7:30pm
FREE WEBINAR

Leave No Trace is a set of principles and best practices that is promoted by the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics. These seven principles provide an easy to understand framework to minimize your environmental impact while enjoying all sorts of outdoor activities. This 1.5 hour webinar will serve to introduce the history and 7 principles of Leave No Trace.

Pre-Register by calling Lauren Prior 860.583.1234 extension 106 or email lprior@elcct.org.

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


For more information visit us at:     www.elcct.org
You can contact us at:     lprior@elcct.org





• thursday, june 10, 2021

History of Rock n' Roll with the Nosmo Kings @ The Library Coffee House   (83,883 Views)


History of Rock n' Roll w/ the Nosmo Kings @ The Library Coffee House
Thursday, June 10 @ 6:30 PM.
In-person at the library
Bristol Public Library

Summer Program Kick-off and Return of the Coffee House (without the coffee). The popular Nosmo Kings are all about old school rock & roll from Elvis to the Eagles, and everything in between. A Fun way to start the summer! Mask-wearing and social-distancing required. Seats are limited. RSVP Required. No charge. Bristol Public Library, 5 High Street, Bristol, CT.

RSVP: bristollib.com, at the Circulation Desk or by calling: 860.584.7787 x 3.





For more information visit us at:     www.bristollib.com
You can contact us at:     860.584.7787 x 3





• thursday, june 10, 2021

General Government Retirement Board Meeting  (84,587 Views)


General Government Retirement Board Meeting
June 10, 2021, 5:00 PM?-?6:00 PM @ City Council Chambers


For more information visit us at:     http://www.bristolct.gov/calendar.aspx





• friday, june 11, 2021

Armchair Travelers: French Food!  (83,821 Views)


Armchair Travelers: French Food!
Friday, June 11 @ 2:30 PM
Bristol Public Library (Online via Zoom)

A quick tour through French food, history and culture, with a focus on Paris. Based in part on using the library's World Food A-Z online resource. Bon appétit!

No charge. RSVP on bristollib.com, at the library Reference Desk or call: 860.584.7787 x 4. Presented online via Zoom. An valid email is required to register. Bristol Public Library, 5 high Street, Bristol, CT.


For more information visit us at:     www.bristollib.com
You can contact us at:     860-584-7787 x 4





• saturday, june 12, 2021

CT Open House - Free Admission at Barnes Nature Center  (64,123 Views)


10am-2pm

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

Connecticut Open House Day, now in its 17th year, is an annual event held on the second Saturday of June.

The purpose of this event is to inspire Connecticut residents to learn about all the experiences in their own backyard, anticipating that this will convert them into ambassadors who will recommend these experiences to other visitors. The state heavily promotes this event and typically enjoys significant press coverage each year.

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


For more information visit us at:     www.elcct.org
You can contact us at:     fvaughn@elcct.org





• monday, june 14, 2021

Bristol Hospital Golf Classic  (78,205 Views)


Bristol Hospital Golf Classic
June 14 @ 11:00 am - 7:00 pm

The annual Bristol Hospital Golf Classic will be held at the Golf Club of Avon. It will feature 192 golfers and includes a day of golf, fine food, drinks, and raffle prizes. Sponsorship opportunities are available. https://www.bristolhealth.org/BristolHealthStaging/media/Bristol-MediaLibrary/General/Foundation/Documents/Bristol-Hospital-Golf-Classic-2021-Sponsorships.pdf


Golf Club of Avon






• tuesday, june 15, 2021

Stories of Connecticut Architecture  (417,125 Views)


Tuesday
6:30 PM
ZOOM

Connecticut boasts some of the oldest and most distinctive architecture in New England, from Colonial churches and Modernist houses to refurbished nineteenth-century factories. Our state's architectural heritage will be the topic of this free talk, based on his book, by architectural historian Christopher Wigren.

Wigren's articles and essays have appeared in the Hartford Courant, the New Haven Register, and Connecticut Explored magazine. He lives in New Haven, Connecticut.
This program will be presented via Zoom. Questions? Stop by or give us a call. Free. Register on www.BristolLib.com

Manross Memorial Library
260 Central Street
Forestville


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





• wednesday, june 16, 2021

City Arts and Culture Commission  (84,874 Views)


City Arts and Culture Commission
June 16, 2021, 6:30 PM?-?8:30 PM @ City Hall Staff Lounge


For more information visit us at:     http://www.bristolct.gov/calendar.aspx





• thursday, june 17, 2021

American Rescue Plan Act – Produce Box Program  (78,295 Views)


American Rescue Plan Act – Produce Box Program
JUNE 17 @ 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

The City of Bristol and the United Way of West Central Connecticut have partnered with Foodshare to bring free food to those who live in Bristol and surrounding communities. FREE food boxes filled with fresh produce will be distributed on Thursdays June through August from 4:30 – 6:30 pm or until boxes run out at the Department of Public Works Garage at 95 Vincent P. Kelly Road. Follow signs from Middle Street to Cross Street, right onto Lake Avenue and right onto Vincent P. Kelly Road.

Bristol Public Works Garage
95 Vincent P Kelly Road






• thursday, june 17, 2021

Energy Commission  (84,865 Views)


Energy Commission
June 17, 2021, 7:00 PM?-?8:00 PM @ First Floor Meeting Room


For more information visit us at:     http://www.bristolct.gov/calendar.aspx





• thursday, june 17, 2021

Board of Public Works Meeting  (84,864 Views)


Board of Public Works Meeting
June 17, 2021, 6:00 PM @ City Council Chambers


For more information visit us at:     http://www.bristolct.gov/calendar.aspx





• friday, june 18, 2021

Documenting the Dead with Dustin Pari  (84,217 Views)


Documenting the Dead with Dustin Pari
Friday June 18 @ 7:00 PM
Bristol Public Library (In-person program and online via Zoom)

Ghosts at Bristol Public Library? Ask Dustin Pari!

About this event:
Dustin takes a look back at his own efforts to conduct paranormal research and brings it back even further to some of the earliest spirit communication techniques. Complete with historical stories, evidence, and some “would-be” evidence, Dustin does a great job of presenting an honest and respectful retrospective piece on contacting the other side. Filled with anecdotal tales from his travels, and evidence from his investigations, this lecture is just the right mix of educational, fun, and creepy. Dustin will also share with us the results of his paranormal investigation of Bristol Public Library!

Dustin Pari may be best known as a paranormal researcher and lecturer due to his numerous appearances on such television programs as Ghost Hunters, Ghost Hunters International, and Destination Truth. Dustin is also the author of several books and an accomplished motivational speaker.

RSVP: bristollib.com, at the Circulation Desk or call: 860.584.7787 x 3. Hybrid program: In-person at the library or online option. In-person capacity limited. Mask-wearing and social-distancing required. Online option requires a valid email to register. No charge. Bristol Public Library, 5 High Street, Bristol, CT.



For more information visit us at:     www.bristollib.com
You can contact us at:     860.584.7787 x 3





• friday, june 18, 2021

Mini Pop Up Used Book Sale  (58,478 Views)


Mini Pop Up Used Book Sale
June 18 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

The Friends of the Bristol Library are holding a
Mini Pop Up Used Book Sale
Friday June 18th
9 AM to 12 PM
Bristol Library Parking Lot
5 High Street

Bristol Public Library


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





• friday, june 18, 2021

Zorba 2021 ~ Drive Thru/Stay-In  (56,570 Views)


Zorba 2021 ~ Drive Thru/Stay-In
June 18 @ 4:00 pm - 10:00 pm

The annual Zorba the Greek Festival returns at St. Demetrious Church.

You may drive through to pick up your order and stay and dine in.

Orders will only be available for pick up on Friday from 4 pm – 10 pm, Saturday from 11 am – 11 pm, and Sunday from 11 am – 8 pm. Please select any days and a time frame reflected in our hours of operation. Any order form that is placed outside of these dates will not be processed. We are unable to provide special orders (i.e. substitutions of items, etc.)

CHOOSE THE DATE & TIME THAT YOU WANT TO PICKUP YOUR ORDER AT CHECKOUT!

Online orders only, no phone in orders! Click on image to order: CLICK HERE TO ORDER
Please bring your receipt or order number to pickup! Please call 10 minutes before you arrive at (860) 751-9789 to prepare your order.

Saint Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church






• saturday, june 19, 2021

Bristol Sand Jam Volleyball Fundraiser  (78,442 Views)


Bristol Sand Jam Volleyball Fundraiser
June 19 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Our beach volleyball tournament serves to promote and help create equal opportunity for all high school volleyball players held back by financial hardships to participate in club volleyball in the offseason. All of the money raised will pay for selected Crush Volleyball players’ tuitions.
Event Sponsors:
Bristol Sports Hall of Fame • Bristol Federal Credit Union • Bristol Sports Armory

Contact: bristolsportsarmory@gmail.com or 860-837-1651, https://www.bristolsportsarmory.com/bristol-sand-jam-volleyball-fundraiser/

$130 per team

Casey Field






• saturday, june 19, 2021

Bristol Farmers Market – Opening Day  (56,563 Views)


Bristol Farmers Market – Opening Day
June 19 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Centre Square






• saturday, june 19, 2021

Zorba 2021 ~ Drive Thru/Stay-In  (56,539 Views)


Zorba 2021 ~ Drive Thru/Stay-In
June 19 @ 11:00 am - 11:00 pm

The annual Zorba the Greek Festival returns at St. Demetrious Church.

You may drive through to pick up your order and stay and dine in.

Orders will only be available for pick up on Friday from 4 pm – 10 pm, Saturday from 11 am – 11 pm, and Sunday from 11 am – 8 pm. Please select any days and a time frame reflected in our hours of operation. Any order form that is placed outside of these dates will not be processed. We are unable to provide special orders (i.e. substitutions of items, etc.)

CHOOSE THE DATE & TIME THAT YOU WANT TO PICKUP YOUR ORDER AT CHECKOUT!

Online orders only, no phone in orders! Click on image to order: CLICK HERE TO ORDER
Please bring your receipt or order number to pickup! Please call 10 minutes before you arrive at (860) 751-9789 to prepare your order.

Saint Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church






• saturday, june 19, 2021

2021 Cruise Nights  (59,437 Views)


2021 Cruise Nights
June 19 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

The Bristol Auto Club’s 2021 Cruise Nights are on Every 1st & 3rd Saturday from May 1 – October 2.

Free Admission – Raffle Prizes – Oldies Music – 50/50

http://bristolautoclub.com

430 North Main Street


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





• sunday, june 20, 2021

Father's Day at Barnes Nature Center  (89,872 Views)


FATHER’S DAY
Free Admission
12-4pm

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

Dad’s receive FREE ADMISSION into Harry C. Barnes Memorial Nature Center on Father’s Day!

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


For more information visit us at:     www.elcct.org
You can contact us at:     fvaughn@elcct.org





• sunday, june 20, 2021

Benefit Tag Sale for Agape House and For Goodness Sake  (56,539 Views)


Benefit Tag Sale for Agape House and For Goodness Sake
June 20 @ 8:00 am - 2:00 pm

The Community Outreach Team of St. Gregory the Great Parish will be holding a Tag Sale on June 20th from 8 am to 2 pm in the parking lot of the CCD Center at 1043 Stafford Ave, in Bristol. All proceeds from the sale will go to benefit Agape House, a homeless outreach program and For Goodness Sake, a furniture bank for the formerly homeless. Sale will feature home decor, books, household items, clothing and more.

St. Gregory CCD Center
1043 Stafford Ave.
Bristol, CT






• sunday, june 20, 2021

Zorba 2021 ~ Drive Thru/Stay-In  (56,519 Views)


Zorba 2021 ~ Drive Thru/Stay-In
June 20 @ 11:00 am - 8:00 pm

The annual Zorba the Greek Festival returns at St. Demetrious Church.

You may drive through to pick up your order and stay and dine in.

Orders will only be available for pick up on Friday from 4 pm – 10 pm, Saturday from 11 am – 11 pm, and Sunday from 11 am – 8 pm. Please select any days and a time frame reflected in our hours of operation. Any order form that is placed outside of these dates will not be processed. We are unable to provide special orders (i.e. substitutions of items, etc.)

CHOOSE THE DATE & TIME THAT YOU WANT TO PICKUP YOUR ORDER AT CHECKOUT!

Online orders only, no phone in orders! Click on image to order: CLICK HERE TO ORDER
Please bring your receipt or order number to pickup! Please call 10 minutes before you arrive at (860) 751-9789 to prepare your order.

Saint Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church






• monday, june 21, 2021

Summer Camp at the Boys & Girls Club of Bristol  (88,848 Views)


Registration is open now for the Boys & Girls Club of Bristol’s 2021 Summer Camp, to be held at 255 West Street. This year’s Camp will consist of nine themed, weekly sessions. The first session of Camp begins on June 21st, and registration is available for Club members and non-members.

“We’re excited to announce that Summer Camp hours have returned to our extended days of 6:30am-6:00pm. With more time, we’re looking forward to even more fun this summer! As always, Summer Camp will be a time for the campers to meet up with old friends, and for making new friends too. They will enjoy activities such as launching a rocket, participating in Olympic Games, and learning all about sharks, mermaids, Disney World, and Outer Space- just to name a few!”
-Kelly Green, Summer Camp Director, Boys & Girls Club of Bristol

Visit www.BBGC.org/summercamp or email barbara@BBGC.org for Summer Camp registration materials.

Since the start of COVID-19 pandemic, the Boys & Girls Club of Bristol has remained committed to providing child care and Summer Camp to our families. Our Clubhouse Directors and Youth Development Professionals, in conjunction with the Bristol-Burlington Health District (BBHD) and Connecticut Office of Early Childhood (OEC), have established guidelines in order to provide a Summer Camp environment that reduces the chance of COVID-19 exposure and fully complies with the directives given to us. These additions to our guidelines are currently available in the Camp registration packet, available at www.BBGC.org/summercamp.

You can contact us at:     barbara@bbgc.org





• tuesday, june 22, 2021

The Coast Guard's Most Daring Rescue  (84,405 Views)


The Coast Guard's Most Daring Rescue
Tuesday, June 22, 2021 @ 6:30 PM
Bristol Public Library (Online via Zoom)

The story behind the movie The Finest Hours presented by Michael Tougias, the original author of the book that was the basis of the movie.

About this event:
New York Times bestselling author Michael Tougias will gives an online Zoom presentation on his international bestseller The Finest Hours. The Disney movie based on the book stars Chris Pine and Casey Affleck.

On February 18th, 1952 an astonishing maritime event began when a ferocious nor’easter split in half a 500-foot long oil tanker, the Pendleton, approximately one mile off the coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Incredibly, just twenty miles away, a second oil tanker, the Fort Mercer, also split in half. On both fractured tankers men were trapped on the severed bows and sterns, and all four sections were sinking in 60-foot seas. Thus began a life and death drama of survival, heroism, and a series of tragic mistakes. Of the 84 seamen aboard the tankers, 70 would be rescued and 14 would lose their lives. The rescue that followed is considered the Coast Guard’s greatest small boat rescue. The author will also discuss the making of the movie, working with the screenwriters, and will share some humorous stories about the actors and his cameo in the movie.

Michael Tougias is the author and coauthor of 29 books including Fatal Forecast: An Incredible True Tale of Disaster and Survival at Sea, which the Los Angeles Times called “breathtaking…a marvelous and terrifying tale.” Tougias’ previous book Ten Hours Until Dawn: The True Story of Heroism and Tragedy Aboard the Can Do During the Blizzard of ‘78 received an Editor’s Choice Selection from the American Library Association which selected it as one of the top books of the year. He has also co-written a new book about the Cuban Missile Crisis titled Above & Beyond. His latest nature book is The Waters Between Us: A Boy, A Father, Outdoor Misadventures and the Healing Power of Nature. Visit www.michaeltougias.com for more information.

RSVP: Bristollib.com, at the library or by calling: 860.584.7787 x 3. Online via Zoom. Valid email required to register. No charge.
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The library will follow up the author's presentation by screening the movie The Finest Hours at 2:00 PM & 6:00 PM on Wednesday June 23 in-person at the library. RSVP at the library or call: 860.584.7787 x 3.



For more information visit us at:     www.bristollib.com
You can contact us at:     860.584.7787 x 3





• tuesday, june 22, 2021

Regular Meeting - Board of Finance  (85,193 Views)


Regular Meeting - Board of Finance
June 22, 2021, 5:30 PM?-?6:30 PM @ City Council Chambers


For more information visit us at:     http://www.bristolct.gov/calendar.aspx





• tuesday, june 22, 2021

Summer Camp at Boys & Girls Club of Bristol  (58,438 Views)


Summer Camp at Boys & Girls Club of Bristol
JUNE 22 @ 6:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Registration is open now for the Boys & Girls Club of Bristol’s 2021 Summer Camp, to be held at 255 West Street. This year’s Camp will consist of nine themed, weekly sessions. The first session of Camp begins on June 21st, and registration is available for Club members and non-members.

“We’re excited to announce that Summer Camp hours have returned to our extended days of 6:30am-6:00pm. With more time, we’re looking forward to even more fun this summer! As always, Summer Camp will be a time for the campers to meet up with old friends, and for making new friends too. They will enjoy activities such as launching a rocket, participating in Olympic Games, and learning all about sharks, mermaids, Disney World, and Outer Space- just to name a few!”
-Kelly Green, Summer Camp Director, Boys & Girls Club of Bristol

Visit www.BBGC.org/summercamp or email barbara@BBGC.org for Summer Camp registration materials.

Since the start of COVID-19 pandemic, the Boys & Girls Club of Bristol has remained committed to providing child care and Summer Camp to our families. Our Clubhouse Directors and Youth Development Professionals, in conjunction with the Bristol-Burlington Health District (BBHD) and Connecticut Office of Early Childhood (OEC), have established guidelines in order to provide a Summer Camp environment that reduces the chance of COVID-19 exposure and fully complies with the directives given to us. These additions to our guidelines are currently available in the Camp registration packet, available at www.BBGC.org/summercamp.

Boys & Girls Club of Bristol Family Center


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





• tuesday, june 22, 2021

Bristol Lions Club Golf Tournament  (56,551 Views)


Bristol Lions Club Golf Tournament
June 22 @ 12:00 pm - 7:00 pm

June 22nd at Pequabuck Golf Club

Lunch, golf, banquet, raffle prizes


For more information visit us at:     https://e-clubhouse.org/sites/bristolct/





• tuesday, june 22, 2021

Rockin' Out at Rockwell  (6,174 Views)


Tuesday night from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

*June 22 - Darik and the Funbags, a pop cover band, with food truck Sultan Kebab
*June 29 - Mass-Conn Fusion, a funk band, with food truck Greenhouse Tavern
*July 6 - Fleetwood Mac tribute band "Fleetwood Macked," with food truck CT Yankee Chips & Corn
*July 13 - Sugar, a jazz and swing band, and food truck Leo's Lunch and Del's Lemonade
*July 20 - Screamin' Eagle Band, a Southern rock band, with food truck Kraftwich
*July 27 - Profile, a reggae band, with food truck Dem Boyz grill
*Aug. 3 - Soul Sound Revue, a rhythm and soul band, with food truck Heavenly Smoke BBQ
*Aug. 10 - Latanya Farrel, performing pop, R&B, disco and blues, with food truck Lobster Tails






• wednesday, june 23, 2021

Regular Meeting - Planning Commission  (85,232 Views)


Regular Meeting - Planning Commission
June 23, 2021, 7:00 PM?-?10:00 PM @ City Council Chambers


For more information visit us at:     http://www.bristolct.gov/calendar.aspx





• wednesday, june 23, 2021

Special Film Screening: The Finest Hours (2016) PG-13 (In-Person Program)  (70,748 Views)


Special Film Screening: The Finest Hours (2016) PG-13
Wednesday, June 23 @ 2:00 PM & 6:00 PM.
In-Person
Bristol Public Library

A special screening of the film The Finest Hours following up our author event The Coast Guard's Most Daring Rescue with Michael Tougias.
About this event
A special double screening of the film The Finest Hours following up on our author event The Coast Guard's Most Daring Rescue with Michael Tougias, author of the NYT Best-selling book that forms the basis of the film by Disney Studios. More info. Here

In February of 1952, one of the worst storms to ever hit the East Coast struck New England, damaging an oil tanker off the coast of Cape Cod and literally ripping it in half. On a small lifeboat faced with frigid temperatures and 70-foot high waves, four members of the Coast Guard set out to rescue more than 30 stranded sailors trapped aboard the rapidly-sinking vessel.—Walt Disney Studios Publicity

The Finest Hour stars Chris Pine, Casey Affleck and Ben Foster (2016) PG-13.

Screenings at 2:00 PM & 6:00 PM. RSVP: at the Library, www.bristollib.com or call: 860.584.7787 x 3. No charge.
Bristol Public Library, 5 High Street, Bristol, CT

Please Note:

This is an in-person event at the library.
Spots are limited.
Mask-wearing required by current City of Bristol Guidelines.
The library reserves the right to adjust, change or cancel the details concerning library events as needed.


For more information visit us at:     www.bristollib.com
You can contact us at:     860.584.7787 x 3





• wednesday, june 23, 2021

Summer Camp at Boys & Girls Club of Bristol  (58,394 Views)


Summer Camp at Boys & Girls Club of Bristol
JUNE 23 @ 6:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Registration is open now for the Boys & Girls Club of Bristol’s 2021 Summer Camp, to be held at 255 West Street. This year’s Camp will consist of nine themed, weekly sessions. The first session of Camp begins on June 21st, and registration is available for Club members and non-members.

“We’re excited to announce that Summer Camp hours have returned to our extended days of 6:30am-6:00pm. With more time, we’re looking forward to even more fun this summer! As always, Summer Camp will be a time for the campers to meet up with old friends, and for making new friends too. They will enjoy activities such as launching a rocket, participating in Olympic Games, and learning all about sharks, mermaids, Disney World, and Outer Space- just to name a few!”
-Kelly Green, Summer Camp Director, Boys & Girls Club of Bristol

Visit www.BBGC.org/summercamp or email barbara@BBGC.org for Summer Camp registration materials.

Since the start of COVID-19 pandemic, the Boys & Girls Club of Bristol has remained committed to providing child care and Summer Camp to our families. Our Clubhouse Directors and Youth Development Professionals, in conjunction with the Bristol-Burlington Health District (BBHD) and Connecticut Office of Early Childhood (OEC), have established guidelines in order to provide a Summer Camp environment that reduces the chance of COVID-19 exposure and fully complies with the directives given to us. These additions to our guidelines are currently available in the Camp registration packet, available at www.BBGC.org/summercamp.

Boys & Girls Club of Bristol Family Center


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





• wednesday, june 23, 2021

Christine's Critters  (2,754 Views)


4:00 - 5:00 pm
~On Zoom~

Meet LIVE animal ambassadors from Christine's Critters, a rescue and rehabilitation center for birds of prey. Learn about amazing birds of prey around us and the dangers they face in the wild. All ages. On Zoom.

Registration is required: please call (860) 584-7790 to register. Zoom programs require a valid email address to receive meeting link 20 minutes before program.

The Summer Reading Program ~Tails to Tales~ is in full swing at the library! Visit us soon and often!

Manross Memorial Library
260 Central St.
Bristol, CT 06010
manrosslibrary@bristolct.gov


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





• thursday, june 24, 2021

Summer Camp at Boys & Girls Club of Bristol  (57,313 Views)


Summer Camp at Boys & Girls Club of Bristol
JUNE 24 @ 6:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Registration is open now for the Boys & Girls Club of Bristol’s 2021 Summer Camp, to be held at 255 West Street. This year’s Camp will consist of nine themed, weekly sessions. The first session of Camp begins on June 21st, and registration is available for Club members and non-members.

“We’re excited to announce that Summer Camp hours have returned to our extended days of 6:30am-6:00pm. With more time, we’re looking forward to even more fun this summer! As always, Summer Camp will be a time for the campers to meet up with old friends, and for making new friends too. They will enjoy activities such as launching a rocket, participating in Olympic Games, and learning all about sharks, mermaids, Disney World, and Outer Space- just to name a few!”
-Kelly Green, Summer Camp Director, Boys & Girls Club of Bristol

Visit www.BBGC.org/summercamp or email barbara@BBGC.org for Summer Camp registration materials.

Since the start of COVID-19 pandemic, the Boys & Girls Club of Bristol has remained committed to providing child care and Summer Camp to our families. Our Clubhouse Directors and Youth Development Professionals, in conjunction with the Bristol-Burlington Health District (BBHD) and Connecticut Office of Early Childhood (OEC), have established guidelines in order to provide a Summer Camp environment that reduces the chance of COVID-19 exposure and fully complies with the directives given to us. These additions to our guidelines are currently available in the Camp registration packet, available at www.BBGC.org/summercamp.

Boys & Girls Club of Bristol Family Center


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





• friday, june 25, 2021

Connecticut Genealogy Resources  (84,420 Views)


Connecticut Genealogy Resources
Friday, June 25 @ 10:00 AM
Bristol Public Library (Online via Zoom)

Resources for tracking down your ancestors in the Nutmeg State.
About this event
Every state has unique resources available for researching family history and genealogy that cannot be found anywhere else. This program will cover resources throughout Connecticut that can help you find your ancestors in the Nutmeg State.

RSVP at the library, visit bristollib.com, call: (860) 584-7787 x 4 or email bristollibraryrefdept@bristolct.gov. Online via Zoom. email required to register. No charge. Bristol Public Library, 5 high Street, Bristol, CT.



For more information visit us at:     www.bristollib.com
You can contact us at:     860-584-7787 x 4





• friday, june 25, 2021

Summer Camp at Boys & Girls Club of Bristol  (58,338 Views)


Summer Camp at Boys & Girls Club of Bristol
JUNE 25 @ 6:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Registration is open now for the Boys & Girls Club of Bristol’s 2021 Summer Camp, to be held at 255 West Street. This year’s Camp will consist of nine themed, weekly sessions. The first session of Camp begins on June 21st, and registration is available for Club members and non-members.

“We’re excited to announce that Summer Camp hours have returned to our extended days of 6:30am-6:00pm. With more time, we’re looking forward to even more fun this summer! As always, Summer Camp will be a time for the campers to meet up with old friends, and for making new friends too. They will enjoy activities such as launching a rocket, participating in Olympic Games, and learning all about sharks, mermaids, Disney World, and Outer Space- just to name a few!”
-Kelly Green, Summer Camp Director, Boys & Girls Club of Bristol

Visit www.BBGC.org/summercamp or email barbara@BBGC.org for Summer Camp registration materials.

Since the start of COVID-19 pandemic, the Boys & Girls Club of Bristol has remained committed to providing child care and Summer Camp to our families. Our Clubhouse Directors and Youth Development Professionals, in conjunction with the Bristol-Burlington Health District (BBHD) and Connecticut Office of Early Childhood (OEC), have established guidelines in order to provide a Summer Camp environment that reduces the chance of COVID-19 exposure and fully complies with the directives given to us. These additions to our guidelines are currently available in the Camp registration packet, available at www.BBGC.org/summercamp.

Boys & Girls Club of Bristol Family Center


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





• saturday, june 26, 2021

Goat Stroll at Barnes Nature Center  (64,663 Views)


Saturday, June 26, 2021
11-2pm

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

Take your Goat out for a Stroll at the Barnes Nature Center!
Go on a relaxing Goat Stroll with one of Bradley Mountain Farm’s cute goats and then stay to take part in activities at the Barnes Nature Center!

Your purchase of a goat stroll will allow you to roam the trail at the Barnes Nature Center and let your goat feast and forage around the grounds. Includes a complimentary bag of goat treats per guest. There will be plenty of time to take your own adorable digital photos.

Minors cannot make reservations to handle a goat alone. Pre-registration required at: https://bradleymountainfarm.com/barnes-nature-center.

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



For more information visit us at:     https://bradleymountainfarm.com/barnes-nature-center
You can contact us at:     fvaughn@elcct.org





• saturday, june 26, 2021

Bristol Farmers Market   (58,260 Views)


Bristol Farmers Market
June 26 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

The City of Bristol will open its popular Farmers Market on Saturday, June 19th from 10 am-1 pm in downtown across from City Hall. Products will range from farm fresh vegetables, fruits and products from local farms; to homemade beef jerky; to baked goods, coffee, maple syrup and other locally-produced products. The markets are scheduled to continue each Saturday through October 30, 2021.

Visit the Farmers Market web page for weekly updates: vendors and food trucks and weekly musical entertainment.

Bristol Farmers Market, Centre Square Downtown Bristol


For more information visit us at:     https://bristolallheart.com/farmersmarket/





• sunday, june 27, 2021

Bristol Brass and Wind Ensemble ” Pops Concert”  (55,377 Views)


Bristol Brass and Wind Ensemble ” Pops Concert”
June 27 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

The Bristol Brass and Wind Ensemble, under the direction of Richard Theriault, will have their annual “POPS CONCERT” at the amphitheater of Rockwell Park. This covid friendly event will feature the band playing a wide variety of music from marches, show tunes, classics, vocal features, and , as always, a patriotic salute. Admission is free and all are invited to bring a lawn chair and blanket and enjoy the music on a Sunday afternoon!

Rockwell Park






• sunday, june 27, 2021

All Heart Pop Up Parks Series  (55,356 Views)


All Heart Pop Up Parks Series
JUNE 27 @ 4:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Family Game Night
Mrs. Rockwell’s Pavilion
Sunday, June 27
4:00 – 6:30 pm
Turn the screens off and put down the electronics for a new twist on an old fashion evening of games at Mrs. Rockwell's Pavilion on Sunday, June 27. Compete against family, friends, and neighbors! We will have new games, classic games, and giant games ! There will be a wide range of games to serve varying age groups.






• monday, june 28, 2021

Summer Camp at the Boys & Girls Club of Bristol  (88,947 Views)


Registration is open now for the Boys & Girls Club of Bristol’s 2021 Summer Camp, to be held at 255 West Street. This year’s Camp will consist of nine themed, weekly sessions. The first session of Camp begins on June 21st, and registration is available for Club members and non-members.

“We’re excited to announce that Summer Camp hours have returned to our extended days of 6:30am-6:00pm. With more time, we’re looking forward to even more fun this summer! As always, Summer Camp will be a time for the campers to meet up with old friends, and for making new friends too. They will enjoy activities such as launching a rocket, participating in Olympic Games, and learning all about sharks, mermaids, Disney World, and Outer Space- just to name a few!”
-Kelly Green, Summer Camp Director, Boys & Girls Club of Bristol

Visit www.BBGC.org/summercamp or email barbara@BBGC.org for Summer Camp registration materials.

Since the start of COVID-19 pandemic, the Boys & Girls Club of Bristol has remained committed to providing child care and Summer Camp to our families. Our Clubhouse Directors and Youth Development Professionals, in conjunction with the Bristol-Burlington Health District (BBHD) and Connecticut Office of Early Childhood (OEC), have established guidelines in order to provide a Summer Camp environment that reduces the chance of COVID-19 exposure and fully complies with the directives given to us. These additions to our guidelines are currently available in the Camp registration packet, available at www.BBGC.org/summercamp.

You can contact us at:     barbara@bbgc.org





• tuesday, june 29, 2021

How COVID-19 Has Affected Senior Living Communities  (84,403 Views)


How COVID-19 Has Affected Senior Living Communities
Tuesday, June 29 @ 6:30 PM
Bristol Public Library (Online via Zoom)

Information for seniors, families and caregivers.

About this event:
This presentation will discuss the many ways COVID-19 has affected Senior Living Communities. We will discuss the changes that have taken place in all areas of Senior Living including: dining, activities, visitation, and transportation. We will also discuss the social and physical impacts that have occurred, and where we are now as we continue to navigate through COVID-19.

Liz Cornish is a physical therapist and Certified Dementia Care Specialist with more than 30 years’ experience working in senior living communities throughout Connecticut. She continues to work as a homecare physical therapist in the Farmington Valley. Liz’s extensive experience and knowledge of area resources make her an invaluable asset for seniors and their families looking for guidance in obtaining the best care as they age. She understands the numerous and varied challenges that arise when seniors need help during the aging process.

Online via Zoom. Email required to register. No charge.

RSVP at the library, online at bristollib.com or call: 860.584.7787 x 3.

Bristol Public Library, 5 High Street, Bristol, CT


For more information visit us at:     www.bristollib.com
You can contact us at:     860.584.7787 x 3





• tuesday, june 29, 2021

Rockin' Out at Rockwell  (6,208 Views)


Tuesday night from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

*June 29 - Mass-Conn Fusion, a funk band, with food truck Greenhouse Tavern
*July 6 - Fleetwood Mac tribute band "Fleetwood Macked," with food truck CT Yankee Chips & Corn
*July 13 - Sugar, a jazz and swing band, and food truck Leo's Lunch and Del's Lemonade
*July 20 - Screamin' Eagle Band, a Southern rock band, with food truck Kraftwich
*July 27 - Profile, a reggae band, with food truck Dem Boyz grill
*Aug. 3 - Soul Sound Revue, a rhythm and soul band, with food truck Heavenly Smoke BBQ
*Aug. 10 - Latanya Farrel, performing pop, R&B, disco and blues, with food truck Lobster Tails






• wednesday, june 30, 2021

Summer Camp at Boys & Girls Club of Bristol  (57,154 Views)


Summer Camp at Boys & Girls Club of Bristol
JUNE 30 @ 6:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Registration is open now for the Boys & Girls Club of Bristol’s 2021 Summer Camp, to be held at 255 West Street. This year’s Camp will consist of nine themed, weekly sessions. The first session of Camp begins on June 21st, and registration is available for Club members and non-members.

“We’re excited to announce that Summer Camp hours have returned to our extended days of 6:30am-6:00pm. With more time, we’re looking forward to even more fun this summer! As always, Summer Camp will be a time for the campers to meet up with old friends, and for making new friends too. They will enjoy activities such as launching a rocket, participating in Olympic Games, and learning all about sharks, mermaids, Disney World, and Outer Space- just to name a few!”
-Kelly Green, Summer Camp Director, Boys & Girls Club of Bristol

Visit www.BBGC.org/summercamp or email barbara@BBGC.org for Summer Camp registration materials.

Since the start of COVID-19 pandemic, the Boys & Girls Club of Bristol has remained committed to providing child care and Summer Camp to our families. Our Clubhouse Directors and Youth Development Professionals, in conjunction with the Bristol-Burlington Health District (BBHD) and Connecticut Office of Early Childhood (OEC), have established guidelines in order to provide a Summer Camp environment that reduces the chance of COVID-19 exposure and fully complies with the directives given to us. These additions to our guidelines are currently available in the Camp registration packet, available at www.BBGC.org/summercamp.

Boys & Girls Club of Bristol Family Center


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





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