A non-profit community-supported, artist cooperative gallery committed to supporting the creative endeavors of individual in our community. Check their website for upcoming exhibit openings, artist receptions and demonstration. www.artonmain.net
Considered one of the top 10 swimming holes in New England, Bartlett Falls is located off River Road on the way to Lincoln, about 2 miles east from the center of town. Park along the road and head down to the river for summer fun at the swimming hole.
Concerts are held every Wednesday evening from June 15 to the Wednesday before Labor Day from 7 pm to 8:30. The Bristol Band has presented outdoor summer band concerts since shortly after the Civil War.
Off North Street, about two miles north of town, is a road leading to an access point for Bristol Pond, a wonderful area for canoeing and kayaking.
The Chocolate Walk is held on the second Friday evening in December from 5 to 8 pm. Come to Bristol’s Chocolate Walk and experience a complimentary chocolate treat in downtown businesses. Travel from store to store, sampling the decadent chocolate offerings, while browsing for gifts.
The Cool Yule is an annual holiday celebration held the entire month of December and includes a series of events, bazaars, concerts, activities and late night shopping for the month of December.
The New Haven River borders our town and is considered by many to be one of the finest trout fishing rivers in the United States.
One of the best and most popular Fourth of July celebrations in the state of Vermont! Includes fireworks, a parade, music on the town green, a 5K run and the world’s longest running Outhouse Race.
Ever see ghosts, goblins and ghouls run a 5k race? You will when you come to our 5K in costume, usually the last Saturday in October.
The last Saturday in September is a day of harvest fun and music on the Bristol town green each year.
Many trails wind their way through our meadows and forests. A map of nearby trails is available from the Bristol Recreation Department in Holley Hall or at Art on Main at 25 Main Street. Ask about how to hike to The Ledges for a bird’s eye view of Bristol.
The New Haven River, where it rushes through Bristol along River Road, is considered one of the best white water rivers in New England during the springtime.
Come out of hibernation and enjoy a day of special sales and maple treats in downtown Bristol.
The Main Street of Bristol is rockin’ with music, food and fun on June 1st during our annual Pocock Rocks Music Festival and Street Fair from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Small Business Saturday is a national initiative to help local merchants compete during the critical holiday shopping season and aims to drive shoppers to local small merchants the Saturday following Thanksgiving. More than 100 million Americans shopped small on Small Business Saturday last year, while more than 250 organizations endorsed the initiative, as well as ...
A variety of plays and musicals are staged throughout the year at Holley Hall. Please contact the Bristol Recreation Department for upcoming performances at 802-453-5885 or www.bristolrec.org.
Toward the cure for cyctic fibrosis – July 26, 27 and 28, 2013 at the Bristol Rec Field.