The secret’s out on Nuit Blanche Saturday

By MIKE CHAIKEN
EDITIONS EDITOR
It’s been a secret till now.
But the big reveal has been made for the first ever Bristol Nuit Blanche/ White Night on Aug. 3.
The location of the event has been under wraps till now. But representatives from the organization have announced that the event will be held at… ta da, The American Club and Watch Museum’s parking lot on the corner of Maple and Woodland Streets on Federal Hill (100 Maple St.)
Organizers said Nuit Blanche/White Night Bristol is intended to bring people together to celebrate art, culture, food, music and community. Guests are asked to dress in white. But even if you don’t have white, you can attend.
As part of the evening, the band, The Convertibles, will perform. The clock museum will be open to the public free of charge. A local artist will be highlighted. Parkside Cafe will have a presence at the event as well.
All are encouraged bring their own seating, food, and beverage of choice. The event is free.
There also will be a drawing for an original piece of artwork.
The event date is Saturday, Aug. 3 from 6 to 9 p.m. with a rain date of the next day (Sunday, Aug. 4 from 6 to 9 p.m.)
Event updates will be posted on Facebook and Twitter at “White Night Bristol” or anyone can call the museum for further information at (860)583-6070.
Parking will be available on the surrounding streets or at the First Congregational Church at 31 Maple St.
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