Historic Wooster Square Association

Wooster Square's Annual 
Holiday Concert & Tree Lighting


December 8 at 5:30 p.m.

Concert with Music Haven Student Ensemble

 in St. Michael Church on Wooster Place
 

Tree Lighting to follow near Columbus Monument

 in Wooster Sqaure Park.


Complimentary cider and donuts
 

Bring your families and friends and 

consider a non-perishable food item for Loaves & Fishes. 

Photo by Bart Szczarba. Thank you Bart!

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         Working to               keep the 
    neighborhood
   strong & 
 vibrant


Working to keep the neighborhood strong & vibrant
Working to keep the neighborhood strong & vibrant
 
Be part of the neighborhood. Join HWSA today! Click here.
    Yea, CitySeed!
CitySeed Farmers Market is now at Metropolitan Business Academy on Water Street every Saturday from 10 am - 1 pm. It returns to Wooster Square's Russo Park on April 7.
Updated 2/7/18
Interested in being part of the Cherry Blossom Festival as a sponsor?
Check out the 
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​Wooster Square neighborhood. Sign up for their very useful regular alert list at 

It's Still Winter in Wooster Square

But as Wooster Square Blossom Blogger (click the link to check the blog) Bart Connors Szczarba notes, there are fewer than 75 days until the 2018 Cherry Blossom Festival, complete with a neighborhood of beautiful trees in blossom or close to.

45th Annual Wooster Square 
Cherry Blossom Festival
Sunday, April 22, 2018
12 noon - 4:30 p.m.

Get the flavor of the Festival. Click here.
Want to be a sponsor? Click here

The Cherry Blossom concert, featuring, once again, musicians of Wooster Square, will be held on April 21, the evening before the Festival, at 7:30 p.m. Location: Saint Michael Church on the Park.

updated 1/29/18


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MEMORIES OF WOOSTER SQUARE 
shared in the NEW HAVEN REGISTER

Retired New Haven teacher Frank Carrano grew up in Wooster Square, the youngest (and only boy) of 8 children. They lived above the family grocery and fruit market on Chapel Street.  Frank's fascinating memories are featured in his article in the Feb. 12 issue of the New Haven Register. Great read! Click here now.

Thank you, Frank, for sharing your memories!
 posted 2/12/18
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WOOSTER SQUARE IS LIVING HISTORY 
BUT IT'S ALSO THE SCENE OF LIVELY LIVING

Families relax, the kids play, school groups have recess and games (see photo), and friends play ball. People read, do yoga or tai chi, walk their dogs, have picnics - and pizza!  


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