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Mardi Gras at NHFPL

Time: February 25, 2020 from 5:30pm to 8:30pm
Location: Ives Main Library
Street: 133 Elm Street
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map: http://nhfpl.org/events/
Phone: 203-946-7454
Event Type: fundraiser
Organized By: New Haven Free Public Library
Latest Activity: Feb 7, 2020

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Mardi Gras returns to Ives Main Library Tuesday, February 25, 2020 at 5:30pm

Enjoy Fat Tuesday at the New Haven Free Public Library! Mardi Gras is a fun and festive celebration to support the incredible work of your public library, a 2019 winner of the National Medal for Museum and Library Service.

Here's some of what to expect at Mardi Gras:

  • Taste delicious dishes from some of New Haven’s most popular restaurants, including Hamilton Park, ZINC New Haven, Bear's Smokehouse BBQ, Orchid Cafe, Claire's Corner Copia and Sherkaan Indian Street Food
  • Sip signature cocktails from Ordinary and High George
  • Dance to music of Thabisa and her band
  • Raise a paddle, pop a balloon, and purchase exclusive NHFPL merchandise - all to support your public library
  • Rub elbows with bibliophiles and New Haven’s creative cocktail crowd

This Mardi Gras, we celebrate New Haven: A City of Stories. Dress to impress inspired by the tapestry of tales – both literary and personal – that make New Haven the "Greatest Small City in America!"

Help us bring that lively Mardi Gras spirit to New Haven and buy your tickets today!

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