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there have been creative trees like red, white, and blue trees, a Polar Express tree, and much more! From tabletop trees to seven-foot trees, anyone who decorates trees can think outside of the box to stand out from the crowd! They sell 20 tickets for $5, and people walk around and put their tick- ets in the trees they wish to vote for. The tickets will be pulled on Saturday night, and the winner must pick up their tree on that Sunday! Everyone can just come, walk around and admire the trees while listening to Christmas music. Colby tells me, “It’s truly an awesome event. It’s so fun, and the atmosphere is just so bright and happy because everyone is so excited and in a great mood.”
By Brittany amalfi
November is undoubtedly the month to start breaking into that holiday cheer with fun events that everyone can look forward to!
Bridgewater Turkey Trot- 11/25/2021
The 40th annual Bridgewa- ter Turkey Trot will be held on Thanksgiving Day with a start time of 9 AM. It will start at the Newfound Country Store, and there is a $20 registration fee with a t-shirt guaranteed! Pre-Register online now or in person at New- found Country Store, and regis- tration will also be available the morning of the Trot beginning at 8 AM. The Turkey Trot will ben- efit the Newfound children and families in need, and donations
Time for Holiday Cheer in Bristol!
will be accepted the day of.
One-Stop Christmas Shop- 11/26/2021
The One-Stop Christmas Shop will take place on 11/26/2021 from1PMto5PMbeforethe Tree Lighting. Kids are free to come and shop without their par- ents so they can pick out holiday gifts for their families. There will be volunteers there to help the kids with shopping as well as wrapping the gifts, so the surprise stays hid- den! The One-Stop Christmas Shop has always been such a fun event for the kids.
Tree Lighting-11/26/2021
The Tree Lighting will begin around 5:15 in downtown Bristol right after the One-Stop Christ-
mas Shop, so it truly is a full day of holiday fun! A tree will be do- nated for the event and decorated by volunteers to truly shine the night of the lighting. With the night filled with musical entertain- ment, families can enjoy a fun and happy atmosphere with different Christmas carols. In addition, frosty the Snowman will be there for the kids, and a mailbox will be set up for them to send their let- ters to Santa. And finally, the Fire Department will deliver Santa to the Tree Lighting and begin the countdown to light the tree! Les Dion from the TTCC encourages small businesses in downtown to stay open during this time so peo- ple can do some more Christmas shopping and get into the holiday spirit.
Christmas Trees Sold by the Bristol Rotary Club- 11/26/2021 The Bristol Rotary Club will begin selling Christmas trees on 11/26/2021 at O’Reilly’s Auto Parts in Bristol. So make sure to
grab your tree!
Festival of Tress-11/26/2021.
Come down to the Historic Town Hall for The Festival of Trees on 11/26/2021 and 11/27/2021 from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM! Susan Colby tells me that they have local businesses, groups, organizations, and anyone who wants to deco- rate trees for the festival and have a lot of fun with it! People can come and walk around at the fes- tival while admiring the differently decorated trees and voting for their favorite one. The library do- nated a book tree in the past, and
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