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Band from the Bahamas is a Bristol parade headliner

Band from the Bahamas is a Bristol parade headliner

One of the feel-good stories of this year’s Fourth of July Military, Civic and Firemen’s Parade will be a group of 45 young people marching at the rear of Division 1. The Royal Bahamas Defence Force Rangers Band is comprised of young, mostly poor teens (ages 14 to 21) from the Bahamas who joined a

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Bristol Fourth parade has the popular and the poignant

The Bristol Fourth of July Military, Civic and Firemen’s Parade will have 21 drum corps, two military bands,  15 floats and at least a thousand other celebrities, dignitaries, marchers and characters. The parade begins at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, July 4. Sports fans will be thrilled to see four hockey stars, as Boston Bruins players Torey Krug and

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Summer Music Preview in Bristol

The Bristol Fourth of July Committee is proud to present the 26th Fourth of July Drum and Bugle Corps Competition, the Summer Music Preview. The Competition is one of the highlights of the Bristol Fourth of July Celebration, and has grown to become one of the finest competitions of top drum and bugle corps from

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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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Midshipmen coming to Bristol

The weekend after the Fourth of July, Bristol is bracing for a Naval invasion—a welcome one. Four U.S. Naval Academy 44’ Yawls will sail into Bristol Harbor on the morning of July 10 and moor off the Herreshoff Marine Museum for a three day port visit. Thirty five male and female Midshipmen and their five

Bristol's Department of Public Works failure to collect trash after the Fourth of July concerts leaves Independence Park in a morning mess.

Concert trash spills across Bristol’s waterfront park

The site of the Bristol Fourth of July Concert Series was a mess Tuesday morning, after the task of removing bags of trash was delayed longer than usual. Trash spilled throughout Independence Park on Thames Street. Bags of trash that Fourth of July volunteers collect during the concert are typically placed on the sidewalk along Thames Street

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