Coffee, lore and more in Norway Bay

The coffeehouse was put on by members of the Norway Bay and Bristol Historical Society. Front row, from left: Ruth Kelly, Shirley Green and Mavis McArthur. Back row, from left: Meghan Pelletier, Lynda Healey, Doug MacKechnie, Barb Poirier, Bonnie Beveridge, Diane Wilson, Barb Mahaffy, Jan Eastaugh, Connie Twolan and Joan Ritchie.
There were plenty of books for sale at the annual coffeehouse put on by the Norway Bay and Bristol Historical Society on July 25. The event brought out dozens of people to peruse books, sweets and other things up for sale.

CALEB NICKERSON
BRISTOL July 25, 2018
The Jack Graham Community Centre in Bristol was positively bumping on July 25 for the annual coffeehouse put on by the Norway Bay and Bristol Historical Society (NBBHS).
Perhaps seeking shelter from the pelting rain outside, the dozens of attendees helped themselves to hot drinks and snacks as they browsed the items for sale and auction. There were boxes of books for sale, home baking and a silent auction for gifts and services from local businesses.

 

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