Downtown Bristol Events
February 24 | Blackbird Bakery
This all sibling group combines acoustically driven music and sweet family harmonies to create a sound that can only be found through shared DNA. They infuse multi-genre influences into every song they create; resulting in an organic sound resembling The Lumineers meet FUN.
February 24 | Studio Brew
Hundred Acres is an East Tennessee-based band centered around the sharp vocals and unique songs of guitarist Jeff Lane. The rhythms mostly have an acoustic groove driven by the mandolin and guitar. You probably won’t confuse the songs with anyone else’s, and that’s a good thing, although you will hear echoes of Steely Dan, and occasionally the Beatles, Eagles, and even the Doobie Brothers. But it’s mostly the fertile mind of Jeff Lane, with great help from Matthew Oakes, Joe and Howard Bastedo and Quentin Horton.
February 24 | Bristol Station Brews & Taproom
Mamma Molasses performs Alt-Country, Americana, Indie Folk, and Blues. She is a songwriter, and she has her own way of fingerpicking a guitar. A lot of her inspiration is drawn from Appalachian Folk Music, Gospel, Old Country, Piedmont Blues, and Contemporary Roots Music. It's gonna be a great evening of fun!
February 25 | Theatre Bristol
Theatre Bristol announces a new collaboration with River's Way to present an original comedy "Three Times Three" February 25 at the ARTspace, 506 State Street.
Three Times Three is a joyful compilation of fairy tales, jokes, and songs written by Dottie Havlik especially for the special needs teens and young adults with River's Way and veteran Theatre Bristol actors.
Directing this original piece will be Theatre Bristol veteran Dottie Havlik, most recently Theatre Bristol director of The Adventures of Madeline and Charlotte's Web at Theatre Bristol, and long-time actor in many shows including Steel Magnolias and most recently, The Music Man.
"These River's Way kids are so creative, and they're so excited to be acting in a real play in a real theatre," said Havlik. "They're learning true theatre lessons about taking directions, overcoming nervousness, and concentrating on a task. But mostly they're learning that hard work can be fun and rewarding."
River's Way, lead by Executive Director Tom Hanlon, is an organization dedicated to the positive and productive involvement of young people with disabilities in our community.
"Three Times Three" will have two showings on Saturday, February 25 at 10:30 am and 5:30 pm. Tickets are $5 and will be available at the door 30 minutes prior to showtime. Seating is general admission and for any special accommodations, please call or email the Theatre. Show information is also available online at www.TheatreBristol.org or by calling the message line at 423-212-3625.
February 25 | Wellness Yoga of Bristol
In this workshop, Cassie will apply oils that help you to move stagnant energy, detoxify the body, calm the mind, relax the body and restore equilibrium. A Restorative Yin Practice where you will focus on the breath, sensations of the body and stillness, teaches the power of scent memory. You will work from head to toe and end with a long final Relaxation and Yoga Nidra, helping to bring the body, mind and spirit back into balance.
A 30 minute Q A will be held after class for anyone interested learning more about essential oils and their benefits.
To reserve your space call us at (276) 644-3086.
February 26 | Studio Brew
From East Tennessee, The Diamonds play a diverse mix of music, specializing in jazz standards. The group performs at various venues and events throughout the region, including weddings, parties, and restaurants. They have also volunteered at many nursing homes, assisted living homes, and charitable organizations in the area.
February 26 | Whiskey Rebellion
Join us for a night of Oscar-style glitz and glamour presented by Whiskey Rebellion to benefit PUSH! Film Festival!
February 28 | Bristol Chamber of Commerce
Tickets will be sold at both Whiskey Rebellion and the Believe in Bristol office. $45 per ticket or $80 per couple. This includes passed hors d'oeuvres, full champagne service, a chance to win 2 tickets to this year's PUSH! Film Festival, and of course a viewing of the awards!
This is a red carpet event you won't want to miss and tickets are limited so get yours today!
*Cocktail attire is encouraged, but not required.
Having specific individuals in your office or company who are certified in CPR and First Aid training is crucial in today’s workplace. If you’ve been searching for a class for your employees, join instructor Robert Taylor who will teach you everything you need to know so that you feel better prepared should you ever be called upon to use these skills. Upon completion of this class, you will be CPR certified.
$50 — Bristol Chamber Members
$75 — Non-Members
$45 — Bristol Chamber Gold Club Members
Click here to register.