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Quinnipiac Riverfest 2019

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Quinnipiac Riverfest 2019

Time: May 18, 2019 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
Organized By: Chatham Square Neighborhood Association
Latest Activity: May 14

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Event Description

QRiverfest is annual celebration of the Quinnipiac River and the historic Fair Haven waterfront.

Featuring:

LIVE MUSIC & PERFORMANCES: 
•Good Night Blue Moon
•MusicHaven
•Bregamos Drummers
•Tai Chi Demonstration & MiniClass

BEER TASTING:
•East Rock Brewery

FOOD:
•Anastasio's Boat House Cafe 
•Green Wave

CANOEING: 
•River Advocates of South Central Connecticut

FOR KIDS & FAMILIES 
•Arts, Crafts and Games
•Educational Activities

You're invited to join in this celebration of waterfront community in our diverse, historic and scenic New Haven neighborhood!

Rain date: 5/19

Sponsors and Supporters listed at: 

www.QuinnipiacRiverfest.com

QRiverfest is annual celebration of the Quinnipiac River and the historic Fair Haven waterfront. This festival is made possible by our great sponsors and supporters. Please check out their websites by clicking on the logos and if you use their services let them know you heard about them here.



Featuring:

LIVE MUSIC & PERFORMANCES

BEER TASTING

FOOD

CANOEING 

FOR KIDS & FAMILIES  

  • Arts, Crafts and Games
  • Educational Activities

Rain Date: May 19

More information about options for getting to QRiverfest at www.QuinnipiacRiverfest.com

You're invited to join in this celebration of waterfront community in our diverse, historic and scenic New Haven neighborhood!

Rain date: 5/19

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