RAISING THE BAR ANNUAL FLOWER SALE Saturday, April 30, (clean up day) 10:30. Bristol wharf. Wholesale prices. No flowers sold prior to 10:30. Help keep Bristol Beautiful and support Raising the Bar projects. Thanks to our sponsors, Galzerano and Wade Funeral Homes. Shirley Brady chairperson.
"Keep Bristol Beautiful" Clean Up
April 30, 2016
Now people are paying attention! This year Raising the Bar is teaming up with Bristol Borough, 125 Comcast employee volunteers, and the Garden Club to execute an even bigger and better cleanup/planting program on April 30. The registration form is attached. sign up SOOOON to get your free T-shirt. Comcast will also supply breakfast and lunch that day at the wharf. While Comcast will be tackling major projects and will accept any help you'd like to give, we are still promoting the Keep Bristol Beautiful approach of encouraging all residents to adopt a project, a street, neighborhood, open space, etc. and pitch in. Bags, gloves and vests will be supplied at the wharf that morning. Come out, sign up for a project Comcast has already identified or just go do your street- but do something. All are welcome. Download the form and drop it off at the library, tax office, Centre for the Arts or Great Id's. But again, do it soon.s.
Mill Street Crossing Brick Sale
November 14, 2015
The Perfect Christmas Gift
Support Raising the Bar projects and secure a lasting tribute to loved ones, friends or your business by having an inscribed brick installed this spring at the Mill Street Crossing Park.
Orders received by December 8 will receive a handsome personalized certificate suitable for holiday presentation to the intended recipient.
For more information or to request an order form, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 267-251-2538.
Bristol Borough Tree Lighting
November 14, 2015
Historic Bristol Borough has welcomed all ages to the Annual Holiday Tree Lighting since 1952. Held the Friday after Thanksgiving at the corner of Mill & Radcliffe Streets, this community event has the makings of a Norman Rockwell painting. Festivities often include live music, entertainment, refreshments, and caroling along the decorated waterfront. As the guest of honor, Santa Claus lights the tree thus signaling the official start of the holiday season. In support of the ‘Keep It Local’ campaign, many stores along the Historic Bristol Shopping District have extended hours during the holiday season.