Miscellaneous listings for June 26

FRIDAY, JUNE 26
BRISTOL
SINGLES ‘50S, ‘60S, ‘70S DANCE. Sponsored by Social Connections. 8 p.m. to noon. Buffet from 8 to 9 p.m. DJ Tasteful Productions. Dress casual. Door prizes. Nuchie’s, 164 Central St., Forestville. Members, $12. Guests, $17. (860) 582-8229.

JUNE 26-27
BRISTOL
HOLLYWOOD AT THE BIJOU. Friday at 7 p.m. Saturday at 1 and 7 p.m. “Casablanca” with Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman. Bristol Historical Society, 98 Summer St., Bristol. $3 donation. Refreshments and popcorn available.

SUNDAY, JUNE 28
OTHER
SIXTH ANNUAL CAR SHOW. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Held by the Bristol Auto Club. 50 classic vehicles. Village Gate, 88 Scott Swamp Rd., Farmington. (860) 676-8626.

‘A TASTE OF RAMADAN—FASTING WITHIN THE ABRAHAMIC FAITHS.’ Presented by the Muslim Coalition of Connecticut. 6 p.m. 8:30 p.m., dinner followed by congregational prayer. Clergy from Judaism, Christianity, and Islam are expected to speak about the role of fasting in their faith traditions. Intent is to inspire solidarity voices for peace, acceptance, and cooperation. West Hartford Town Hall, 50 South Main St., West Hartford.

TUESDAY, JUNE 30
BRISTOL
GREATER BRISTOL NIGHT AT NEW BRITAIN STADIUM. Held by Central Connecticut Chambers of Commerce, the Greater Bristol Chamber of Commerce. 6:05 p.m., gates open. 7:05 p.m., game time. New Britain Rock Cats vs. Reading Phillies. $7, reserved seats. Mail payment to Andres Levy, New Britain Rock Cats, P.O. Box 1718, New Britain, CT 06050. (860) 224-8383 ext. 2, alevy@rockcats.com

SUNDAY, JULY 19
SOUTHINGTON
BUS TRIP TO SEE NASCAR IN LOUDON, N.H. Leaves Southington American Legion, 66 Main St., Southington at 7 a.m. Leaves track at 6 p.m. Bus ride, race ticket. $90. See bartender to sign up. Bring your own cooler. No refunds. (860) 621-4243.

JUNE 19-20
BRISTOL
HUGE TAG SALE/ COOKIE SALE. Friday, early bird sale, 5 to 8 p.m. Admission $3. Saturday, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., free admission. Lunch items available. St. Andrew Lutheran Church, 1125 Stafford Ave., Bristol,

JULY 23, AUG. 20
OTHER
‘MIDSOMER MURDERS.’ Viewings of the television series. 1 p.m. Served with tea and biscuits. Barney Library, 71 Main St., Farmington. Free and open to the public. FarmingtonLibraries.org

THURSDAY, JULY 23
PLAINVILLE
A WHALE WATCH FROM BOSTON, MASS. Held by Plainville AARP Chapter 4146. Leave from Our Lady of Mercy Church, 19 S. Canal St., Plainville. Have lunch at Boston restaurant. After, board a multi-level whale watch vessel for three-hour excursion. Naturalist will talk about the whales. $119. (860) 747-1732.

MONDAY, JULY 27
BRISTOL
BRISTOL SPORTS HALL OF FAME GOLF TOURNAMENT. 10:30 a.m., register. Lunch follows. Scramble starts at 12:30 p.m. Dinner awards and raffle follow the 18 holes of golf played. Interested in entering a foursome or being a sponsor, contact Hank Lodge (860) 583-5342 (solefu@aol.com) or Brian Faller, (860) 490-8486, bmfarrell1@comcast.com

SEPT. 26-28
BRISTOL
TRIP TO PHILADELPHIA FOR THE MASS WITH POPE FRANCIS. Held by the St. Stanislaus Church Travelers. Trip features attendance at the Papal Mass, a guided tour of the Shrine of St. Katharine Drexel, one of America’s first saints, born in Philadelphia in 1858. $541. Includes transportation, two nights hotel, one dinner, two breakfasts, and admission to other attractions. (860) 589-5597.

SUNDAY, SEPT. 28
OTHER
NEW BRITAIN HOUSE SCHOOL CLASS OF 1960. 1 to 5 p.m. 55th reunion. Aqua Turf, Mulberry Street, Plantsville. www.NBHS1960.com

SATURDAY, OCT. 17
SOUTHINGTON
SOUTHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1965 50TH REUNION. 6 p.m. Looking for classmates. Any information appreciated. Testa’s Banquet Facility, 26 S. Center St., Southington. Joanne (Casale) Salerno at putinontheritz@aol.com, Jean (Wolak) Amenta at jean.amenta@gmail.com.

SATURDAY, NOV. 28
BRISTOL
BRISTOL EASTERN HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1975 40TH REUNION. Sign-up at Classmates.com

NOW
PLAINVILLE
150 YEARS ON PLAINVILLE’S CAMPGROUND HILL. Summer display at the Plainville Historic Center. Covers events and activities that took place on campground. Thousands of people took part in the activities there. During the early years of camp meetings, tents were the main shelter. A large one in the middle of the circle of tents was the tabernacle, where most activities took place. Over time, tents were replaced by small, brightly colored Victorian cottages. Today, it is a seasonal residential community. Plainville Historic Center, 29 Pierce St., Plainville. (860) 747-6577.

NOW thru OCT. 3
OTHER
BALL AND SOCKET ARTS PRESENTS ART GARAGE. Open Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Features works by Andy Cunningham, Kevin Daly, Bob Gregson, Cynthia Beth Rubin, and Jonathan Waters. 530 West Main St., Cheshire.

NOW thru OCT. 24
OTHER
50 OBJECTS/ 50 STORIES. Exhibit asks, “If an object could define Connecticut, what would it be.” Connecticut Historical Society, 1 Elizabeth St., Hartford. CHS.org

NOW thru SEPT. 6
OTHER
LIQUID SUNDAYS. DJs, celebrity guests, pool party. Foxwoods Resort Casino, Mashantucket. $20. Foxwoods.com/liquidSundays.aspx

ONGOING
BRISTOL
BINGO. Tuesdays at 10:45 a.m., Fridays at 6:45 p.m. Benefits St. Anthony School. St. Anthony Church, 111 School St., Bristol.

BINGO. Every Wednesday at 6:45 p.m. Free coffee and cookies. Bristol Polish Club, 541 North Main St., Bristol.miscellaneous