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St. Patrick's Day Parade Family Fun Zone is back!

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St. Patrick's Day Parade Family Fun Zone is back!

Time: March 12, 2017 from 11:30am to 1:30pm
Location: New Haven Town Green
Street: Corner of Church and Elm Streets
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map: http://www.stpatricksdayparad…
Phone: 8063433508
Event Type: pre-parade, family, fun, zone, for, children
Organized By: Greater New Haven St. Patrick's Day Parade Committee
Latest Activity: Mar 10, 2017

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Event Description

The excitement begins on the New Haven Green even before the anticipated parade marches downtown on Chapel Street. Parents, children and families are encouraged to save their front row seat on Church Street in the Family Viewing Zone and to partake in the pre-parade festivities at the second annual Family Fun Zone. Programming includes, live musical performances by Uncle Chip Entertainment, craft activities, face-painting, out-door games and more! Adjacent to the viewing stands, close to the onsite food trucks and seating area, the Family Fun Zone is the place to be!
Participating New Haven Departments include: Parks Dept. Fun Bus, NHFD Smoke Trailer & the Health Department Community Outreach.
We will also have a virtual reality race brought to you by the Connecticut Cycling Advancement Program (CCAP).  Enjoy:
FOOD TRUCKS, FREE MUSIC, GAMES, & DANCING FOR ALL AGES!
CONVENIENT FAMILY RESTROOMS AND PARADE VIEWING
VIRTUAL REALITY CYCLING RACE VIEWED ON LARGE SCREEN TVS!
METROPCS SELFIE STATION & RECHARGE BAR AVAILABLE!

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