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Quinnipiac Riverfest 2018! ~ Sunday May 20th 11-4pm

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Quinnipiac Riverfest 2018!  ~ Sunday May 20th 11-4pm

Time: May 20, 2018 from 11am to 4pm
Location: Quinnipiac River Marina
Street: 309 Front Street
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map: http://www.quinnipiacriverfes…
Phone: (203) 936-9459
Event Type: festival, music, canoeing, food
Organized By: Chatham Square Neighborhood Association
Latest Activity: May 18

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Event Description

You're invited to join in this celebration, QRiverfest is an annual celebration of the Quinnipiac River and the historic Fair Haven waterfront.

Presented by:

NHR Group and the

Chatham Square Neighborhood Association

Additional Sponsors\Supporters:

Brewery Square,  Urban Specialist at Real Living RealtorsThe Community Foundation for Greater New Have Quinnipiac River FundDenali Outdoors,  Quinnipiac MarinaQuinnipiac River Watershed AssociationChris Randall Photos and Aiping Tai Chi Center.

Featuring:

LIVE MUSIC & PERFORMANCES: 

BEER TASTING:

FOOD:

CANOEING: 

FOR KIDS & FAMALIES  

  • Arts, Crafts
  • Educational Activities

Rain Date Sunday May 20

Riverfest 2017 pictures by Chris Randall here.

BIKE TO QRIVERFEST and explore our beautiful waterfront. After all, it is New Haven Bike Month! Click on this link to map from your route to Riverfest.

Check out the Quinnipiac Riverfest and share us on social media using:

       #QRiverfest

       #CSNA

Keep Riverfest going...

Donate to help keep Riverfest going. Donations can be made to the Chatham Square Neighborhood Association, c/o: United Way of Greater New Haven, 370 James Street, 4th floor, New Haven, CT 06513. The check should be made out to United Way of Greater New Haven. IMPORTANT: write CSNA on the memo line. Donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Thanks for your support.

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