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Bristol tree lighting set for Nov. 27


November 19, 2020
BRISTOL — While a simpler celebration compared to year's past, Bristol's Annual Town Tree Lighting will take place in Central Square on Friday, Nov. 27.

Instead of group caroling this year, there will be a free musical performance by local vocalist Denise Therrien. An entertainer with a wide variety of musical experience, Denise performs as a solo artist and in several bands. Many of you may know her from her performances with the Bel Airs in Bristol's Kelley Park. Denise will be performing holiday favorites beginning at 5:30 p.m.

Santa will make his big entrance into the Square by fire truck at 6 p.m. to officially light the Town's Christmas tree. Due to restrictions this year, Santa will not be able to visit one-on-one with kids. However, children are invited to bring their "Letters to Santa" and place them in a special North Pole Mailbox that will be located in the Square that evening. Santa will collect all the letters and bring them back to the North Pole to prepare for the busy holiday season!

You can find more information about all of Bristol's Holiday Happenings at: www.townofbristolnh.org , www.ttccrec.org or by following the Bristol Events Committee on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Bristol-Community-Events.

And please, remember to shop locally this holiday season!

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