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  1. 8-12 Year Old Book Clubs meets today and next Wednesday...

     Wed, Feb 21st - BPL Children's Library  Clubs & Organizations, Family & Education 0
    8-12 Year Old Book Clubs meets today and next Wednesday from 5-6:00pm. We will begin reading "I FUNNY" by James Patterson! Tell a Friend!
  2. A set of photographs from three years ago of the...

     Tue, Feb 20th - Bristol History  Clubs & Organizations 1
    A set of photographs from three years ago of the H.P. King office on Shelby Street. The building was sold and the furniture and equipment were auctioned off after these photographs were taken. #bristolhistory
  3. Enjoy a meal from the past. Jack Trayers on

     Mon, Feb 19th - Bristol History  Clubs & Organizations 8
    Enjoy a meal from the past. Jack Trayers on Moore Street in Bristol Virginia.
  4. Club member Joe Dunagan serves as the Foundation Advocate for...

     Sun, Feb 18th - Rotary Club of Bristol, VA/TN  Clubs & Organizations 0
    Club member Joe Dunagan serves as the Foundation Advocate for Area 12. He will be sharing with us the latest about the Foundation's work.
  5. Jake Schrum, president of Emory & Henry shared some interesting

     Sun, Feb 18th - Rotary Club of Bristol, VA/TN  Clubs & Organizations 1
    Jake Schrum, president of Emory & Henry shared some interesting insights in medical education trends at our last meeting.
  6. The public is invited to the presentation of Charles Flannagan's....

     Thu, Feb 15th - Bristol History  Family & Education, Clubs & Organizations 2
    The public is invited to the presentation of Charles Flannagan's presentation at the Bristol Public Library TODAY, Thursday, February 15, 6:30pm.
  7. The entrance to the historic Stone Castle. Originally known...

     Thu, Feb 15th - Bristol History  Civic & Government, Clubs & Organizations 18
    The entrance to the historic Stone Castle. Originally known as the Bristol Municipal Stadium it was built during the New Deal by the Works Progress Administration (WPA). It is one of two WPA stadiums in Tennessee that are still in use, the other being Crump Stadium in Memphis. Construction of
  8. A great view of State Street in the World War...

     Thu, Feb 15th - Bristol History  Clubs & Organizations 4
    A great view of State Street in the World War 1 era. Notice the trolley tracks that were removed by late in the war.
  9. Happy Valentine's Day Rotarians! Spend some time with the people...

     Wed, Feb 14th - Rotary Club of Bristol, VA/TN  Clubs & Organizations 0
    Happy Valentine's Day Rotarians! Spend some time with the people you love!
  10. 16 tons, what do you get. . . .

     Tue, Feb 13th - Bristol History  Clubs & Organizations 12
    16 tons, what do you get. . . .
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