A Celebration of Humanity: 79th Annual “Virtual” OM Show, ‘Another Day of Sun’

The Boys & Girls Club of Bristol’s 36th Annual 2020 Humanitarian Dinner, traditionally held in October each year, has unfortunately been cancelled as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

In-keeping with celebrating humanity and the strength of our community, the Boys & Girls Club of Bristol and the OM Keystone Association are excited to present A Celebration of Humanity: 79th Annual “Virtual” OM Show, to celebrate the ongoing humanitarian efforts throughout our city.

The Virtual OM Show will premiere at 6pm on Thursday, October 15th at There is no charge to view this year’s OM Show, and donations will be accepted in support of the Club. Donors giving gifts of $50 or more will receive a pair of Boys & Girls Club of Bristol socks, to wear while they put up their feet and enjoy the show at home!

The OM Show will be available for viewing on the site after the premiere for your convenience.

This year’s theme “Another Day of Sun,” was chosen by the OM Keystone Association to “Give the feeling that a more positive day is coming,” according to OM Show Director, Allen Stone. By going virtual, the OM Keystone Association continues its 79-year tradition of the OM Show, the longest continuously running variety show in the country.

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