BHS News Feed

  • 3 days ago by Bristol Historical Society

    Bristol Historical Society
    Day of Caring 2017 : Thank you to the United Way and the hardworking students from BEHS, BCHS, St. Paul's High School and Plainville High School that make up the area's United Way Youth Group. The group of 12 volunteers cleared the bank, raked, polished, dusted and more. Awesome job - thank you!
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  • 3 days ago by Bristol Historical Society

    Bristol Historical Society
    BHS Members and Friends attended Bristol Historical Society's Annual Dinner last night at Nuchie's. Ellen Zoppo-Sassu was named the 2017 BHS Volunteer of the Year, the 2017 Community Service Award was given to For Goodness Sake, Colin Savino (BCHS) was awarded our BHS Scholarship, and Zachary Bell was recognized for his Eagle Scout project that he completed at the Historical Society. Congratulations to all! A special THANK YOU to all the area business and individuals that contributed an ad to our program book! Thank you to everyone who supports The Bristol Historical Society and its mission.
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  • 1 week ago by Bristol Historical Society

    Bristol Historical Society
    Showing "The Car and the Canary" and "Murders in the Zoo"
    Movie: "The Cat and the Canary" Fri 7pm, Sat 1pm & 7pm
  • 1 week ago by Bristol Historical Society

    Bristol Historical Society
    This weekend @ BHS! Come watch this classic inside while it rains outside!
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  • 1 week ago by Bristol Historical Society

    Bristol Historical Society
    Ian Fleming's Dr. No
    Movie : Dr. No
  • 3 weeks ago by Bristol Historical Society

    Bristol Historical Society
    The Bristol Sports Hall Of Fame will sponsor a panel discussion on the “History of Women’s Sports in Bristol”, Thursday May 4 at 7pm at the Bristol Historical Society. Join us for this interesting event!
    The History of Women's Sports in Bristol
  • 3 weeks ago by Bristol Historical Society

    Bristol Historical Society
    COLORING CRAZE PARTY: continues at the Bristol Historical Society on May 19. You bring your coloring books and supplies to the Bristol Historical Society and we will provide a wine and cheese party. This event will be held at the Bristol Historical Society, 98 Summer Street from 7-9 pm, admission is $5. Pre-registration is required, adults only, please contact us at 860-583-6309 for further information. When mailing in requests, please write Color Craze on the outside of the envelope and mail to BHS, PO Box 1393, Bristol, CT 06011-1393
    Adult Coloring Craze Party!
  • 3 weeks ago by Bristol Historical Society

    Bristol Historical Society
    BHS Annual Dinner to be held on Thurs, May 18th. Download the invitation and RSVP to join us for a great evening at Nuchie's with members & friends!
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  • 3 weeks ago by Bristol Historical Society

    Bristol Historical Society
    The Bristol Sports Hall Of Fame will Sponsor a panel discussion on the “History of Women’s Sports in Bristol”, Thursday May 4 at 7pm at the Bristol Historical Society. The panel will be made up of five Hall of Fame Women Athletes, chaired by Joann Galati, retired Coach and Athletic Director in Bristol. Her panel will be made up of former female players and coaches in Bristol, Tami Chapman, Beth (Kauke) Lafferty, Gail Ericson and Debbie James. The moderator for the event will be Tom Monahan. Audience participation will take place. Light refreshment will be served.
    The History of Women's Sports in Bristol