April 26, 2017 at 7pm
the Tin Shop, East Main St
April 21, 2017 at 7pm
Patrick Anderson talk at BHS Tin Shop
“Sennett, Chaplin, Keaton and the Art of Silent Film Comedy”
Film was birthed in silence during the first three decades of the 20th century. Patrick Anderson shows how the social and cultural history of the United Sates is reflected in the celluloid strips that captured it, especially as the art was developed by these three filmmakers. Sponsored by the NHH.
Our 2017 exhibit is called
"Will Cressy - A Laugh a Minute"
featuring artifacts and writings by Will Cressy.
Bradford's own Vaudeville Star with wife Blanche Dayne "the Bob Hope of WWI"
at the BHS Tin Shop, 162 East Main Street, Bradford
Open Saturdays 10 - noon, from Memorial Day through Labor Day and by appointment: call 938-2410
(This is part of the Over There, Over Here:
World War I & Life in NH Communities.
Events and exhibits are on going around the area.
For more information go to: overthereoverhere.com)
May 11, 2017 at 7 pm
Steve Taylor talk at BHS Tin Shop
“New Hampshire Roads Taken—or Not” Following World War II, New Hampshire embarked on an extensive program of constructing new highways and improving existing roads to accommodate explosive growth in passenger vehicles and the need for better infrastructure to accommodate commercial traffic. Sponsored by the NHH.
June 3, 2017 at 7 pm
Vaudeville Show directed
by Wally Borgen
at Bradford Center Meeting House.
A dazzling display of heterogeneous splendor designed to educate, edify, amaze and uplift.