NEW HAVEN -
The Chatham Square Neighborhood
Association, in collaboration with Fair Haven businesses and nonprofits,
is "offering a weekend of fun for all ages," according to a release
The 3rd annual Fair Haven Family Stroll from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.May 4 will have activities for
children at Quinnipiac Waterfront Park (Intersection of Front and Exchange
Streets), the release said
. There is a
small fee for participation with a subsidy for families in need. All proceeds
from this event will help fund two great early childhood programs in the
neighborhood, Alexis Hill Montessori and Friends Center for Children.
Then, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, at Quinnipiac Marina, 307 Front
St., celebrate the 4th annual Riverfest with a great lunch
menu from The Boat House Café, beer tasting compliments of Thomas Hooker
Brewery, music by Good Night Blue Moon and guided canoe rides by the Quinnipiac
River Watershed Association, the release said.
Also from the release:.
Square Neighborhood Association
is an all-volunteer group of Fair Haven residents,
businesses and nonprofits working to restore a sense of community and pride to
provides early childhood education based on the philosophy and
methodology of Maria Montessori.
Center for Children
offers non-sectarian early childhood education with a value-based
curriculum guided by its foundations in the Quaker principles of community,
equality, peace, simplicity and truth.
indie-folk band from
New Haven, CT.
Quinnipiac River Watershed
works to restore the Quinnipiac River and its watershed for the
health and enjoyment of the citizens and communities
Thomas Hooker Brewery
hand crafted Ales and Lagers.
Editor's note: All information in this post was contributed.
The Boat House Café
Quinnipiac Marina, a locally-owned waterfront café.
Labels: Chatham Square Neighborhood Association, Fair Haven, Riverfest