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Bristol to Host Progressive Dinner

American Clock & Watch Museum Bristol CT. Photo (c) Michael Uchalid

American Clock & Watch Museum Bristol CT. Photo (c) Michael Uchalid

On Friday, December 9th residents and beyond can take part in a one-of-a-kind collaboration between three of Bristol’s museums. Imagine Nation, A Museum Early Learning Center, the New England Carousel Museum, and the American Clock & Watch Museum for the first ever Holiday Progressive Dinner.

Located in downtown Bristol the evening will begin at 5:30pm with playful horsd’oeuvres served at Imagine Nation located at 1 Pleasant Street. At 7:00 pm, enjoy a buffet dinner with all the trappings at the New England Carousel Museum, located at 95 Riverside Drive.

Finally at 9:30pm it’s time for sweets and specialty coffees at the American Clock & Watch Museum located at 100 Maple Street. At each location enjoy drinks and live music while viewing the museum galleries.

Get into the holiday spirit and join us for this unforgettable event!

Tickets are $50.00 per person and can be purchased at any of the three museums by Monday, December 5th.  You can also secure tickets by calling 860-585-5411.

Proceeds from the evening will support all three museum’s educational initiatives.

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