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Prime parade and picnic post at Linden Place

Prime parade and picnic post at Linden Place

Located directly on the historic Bristol Fourth of July Parade route, Linden Place will be offering bleacher-style seating, tables and chairs under the shade of the Linden trees. Tour the mansion, stroll the gardens, and soak up the  festive atmosphere. Don’t miss out on Bristol’s biggest event of the year and support the restoration of

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Tenor Michael DiMucci in Bristol

Linden Place Mansion welcomes springtime with a concert of traditional and contemporary Italian, Neapolitan and Italian-American songs performed by pianist and singer Michael DiMucci in the mansion’s historic Ballroom. DiMucci will perform selections like O Sole Mio, Come Back to Sorrento, Ahi! Marie, Mamma and other crossover pieces made famous by Andrea Bocelli, Josh Groban and Sarah Brightman in a night

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Search for Gaspee continues

“In Search of the HMS Gaspee” film screening and discussion, to highlight Rhode Island’s early “spark” of the Revolution. 50 years ago Pawtuxet Village celebrated the Burning of the hated British revenue schooner Gaspee, which was looted and torched after running aground off Pawtuxet Village. To honor this celebration, Linden Place Museum will be hosting

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Linden Place opening; seeking docents

Linden Place Mansion is looking for individuals interested in becoming tour guides in Bristol’s “great house” at 500 Hope Street, Bristol.   Prospective docents need not have experience and will be provided with historical information and guidelines designed to help in the presentation of the story of Linden Place Museum to visitors.  Tour guides will have

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Rewriting history

California author’s research uncovers new details about Bristol family’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade If you have any interest in local history, you know that, once upon a time, some Rhode Islanders made a lot of money in the African slave trade — chiefly, John Brown of Providence and Bristol’s James DeWolf. While Brown’s

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DiMucci concert will mark Linden Place opening

Linden Place Mansion will open the season with a springtime evening concert with pianist and tenor Michael DiMucci in the mansion’s historic ballroom at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, May 2. Tickets are on sale now for the sure-to-be-sold-out show. DiMucci, and guest artists Richard Partelo (horn) and Suzan Campagna (oboe) will perform a concert of songs from a

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Christmas at Linden Place

Feel like a personal guest of the Colt family as you stroll through the festively decorated mansion rooms complete with beautiful wreaths, illuminated mantles and evergreen swags. From the festooned four-story spiral staircase to the breathtaking ceiling-high Christmas tree in the gothic conservatory to the charm of the early 20th century butler’s pantry, surprises await

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On sale now: View Bristol’s Fourth of July Parade from the best seats in town!

Located directly on the historic Bristol Fourth of July Parade route, Linden Place will be offering reserved bleacher-style seating, tables and chairs under the shade of the Linden trees, a continental breakfast and picnic lunch, restroom facilities and elbow room!  Watch the 228th annual parade in patriotic style and support the restoration of this Bristol

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