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Joyce Endee

Climbing walls, dragons, and a little Rock 'N Roll — it's all happening in Bristol!

July 29, 2021
BRISTOL — The Bristol Community Events Committee has some great entertainment scheduled for the rest of the summer – you really should check out what's happening in Kelley Park!

On Thursday, July 29, the Blacklite Band will be rocking the Kelley Park Pavilion from 6:30 – 8 p.m. The Thursday night concerts are bring your own blanket or chair, and refreshments are being sold by the Bristol Police Department. Concert may be cancelled for inclement weather.

On Tuesday, Aug. 3, many communities around the country will be celebrating National Night Out, and Bristol is no exception. We invite you to join your neighbors for a night of community spirit and fun. From 6 – 8 p.m., the Bristol Police Department, Bristol Fire Company and Community Events Committee will be hosting some fun activities for all ages, including a rock-climbing wall and ice cream! While the kids are playing the folks can sit back and enjoy the sounds of the Uncle Steve Band who will play in the pavilion from 6:30 – 8 p.m. Following that excitement, the final summer movie in the park – "Raya and the Last Dragon" will show on the big screen beginning at 8:15 p.m. Be sure to bring your own chairs and blankets!

The popular band Annie & the Orphans will be playing in Kelley Park on Thursday, Aug. 5 from 6:30 – 8 p.m. The band specializes in rock 'n roll and their unique blend of musical talent and showmanship, along with their mixture of music from the Fabulous Fifties and the British Invasion of the Sixties, continues to amaze their audiences. "Rock 'n Roll with Anatole" is more than an expression, as this group always gives their audience a high energy performance and promises to get your toes tapping!

The Bristol Community Events Committee would like to thank the following local businesses –who are helping to sponsor summer fun for 2021: Franklin Savings Bank, Granite Group Realty, TD Bank, Very Excellent Chinese Restaurant and West Shore Marine.

Bristol's 2021 Summer Events Brochure is still available – you can pick one up at many locations throughout town including the Bristol Town Office and TTCC. Be sure to mark your calendars for Aug. 28 – Bristol's Old Home Day.

For information on concerts, movies in the park, Old Home Day and more you can contact the Tapply Thompson Community Center at 744-2713, or the Town of Bristol at 744-3354, ext. 136.

You can find a complete list of concerts and other great summer fun by visiting www.townofbristolnh.org or www.ttccrec.org. Follow the Bristol Community Events Committee on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Bristol-Community-Events.

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