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Greetings Neighbors, 

So much to share … that I am sending event-specific emails while sipping coffee outside on this beautiful morning! 

Here are some fun things to do in Downtown New Haven this month! 

And don’t forget about all the wonderful International Festival of Arts & Ideas activities happening everywhere over the next two weeks! https://www.artidea.org/

Enjoy 🌞

Sarah 

Sarah B.  Greenblatt
Wooster Square Watch

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Numbers to Keep Handy:
City of New Haven Health Dept. COVID-19 Info Line - 203-946-4949
NON-EMERGENCY Police Service – 203-946-6316
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ANONYMOUS TIPS - 866-888-TIPS (8477) or 203-946-6296
City of New Haven Snow Information Line: 203-946-7669
City of New Haven Emergency Operations:  203-946-8221
CAR TOWED? Call City Non-Emergency Police Service - 203-946-6316
New Haven Police/Downtown/Wooster Square District Manager - Lt. Brendan Borer -  bborer@newhavenct.gov
Public Works & Parks – 203-946-7700 (Pothole Repair, Recycling, Bulk Trash or Appliance Pick-Up; Park needs)
Traffic & Parking - 203-946-8055
Livable City Initiative (LCI) – 203-200-8350 or anat...@newhavenct.gov (Arthur Natalino, Downtown/Wooster Square) 
New Haven Public Schools/Choice & Enrollment – 475-220-1431
Tree Trimming –  203-946-8004
Connection to Social Services: dial "211" from any phone http://www.211ct.org/
Elderly Services – 203-946-7854
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From: Sarah B Greenblatt <sarahbgr...@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, May 31, 2022 at 2:10 PM
Subject: Fwd: June in Downtown: Festival, Patios, Parks &🍦
To: WoosterSqWatch <wooster...@gmail.com>




Sarah

Sarah B. Greenblatt, LMSW
SBGreenblatt Consulting, LLC

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From: Market New Haven <in...@marketnhv.com>
Date: May 31, 2022 at 11:47:13 AM EDT
To: sarahbgr...@gmail.com
Subject: June in Downtown: Festival, Patios, Parks &🍦
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June 2022 - vol. 91
#NHV
Welcome to the June edition of the info new haven e-newsletter. June has arrived, ushering in National Pride Month 🏳️‍🌈, a class of new grads, and celebration of dads. This month, downtown will come to life with delicious grubs, art, music, and dance, the warm weather inviting locals across Elm City to hit the streets. Whether you’re looking for the perfect gift for Father’s Day, or on the hunt for a new garden bar to become a regular at, keep scrolling to find out why Downtown New Haven has it all!

In the Spotlight

As the "Cultural Capital of Connecticut", New Haven is home to a great many seasonal festivals celebrating art, culture, and food. The International Festival of Arts & Ideas (IFAI) is one of those, spotlighting world-class artists, thinkers, and leaders. Their vision? To foster arts and ideas in the lives of New Haven locals. IFAI is downtown’s longest-running celebration of dance, music, theater, and more. This year’s must-see IFAI performances include Octavia E. Butler's Parable of the Sower: An Opera by Toshi Reagon and Bernice Johnson Reagon, Dallas Black Dance Theatre and Michelle Buteau, purchase tickets here. See the entire IFAI festival lineup here.

info new haven June enewsletter: Festival of Arts and Ideas

Eat

With the summer sun on display, June is the perfect time for outdoor dining downtown. From rooftop bars to private patios, to outdoor terraces and sidewalk cafes, al fresco dining is where it's at this month. Check out downtown’s evolving skyline from the rooftop at High George at The Blake Hotel, or sip on happy hour specials in the private patio at 116 Crown.

info new haven June enewsletter: High George

Shop

It’s gifting season for dads and grads, so be sure to hit-up Downtown New Haven for your shopping needs. From traditional ties and suiting, to cigars and cognac, dad’s perfect gift awaits him in downtown. As for the grads in your life, you can find everything from brand new electronics to vintage books to help kick off their promising new phase of life. Here’s a curated list of shops guaranteed to wow and amaze:
Wine Thief
Owl Shop
Apple
Barnes & Noble
Raggs for Men & Women
J. Press
L.L. Bean
J. Crew
info new haven June enewsletter: Raggs New Haven

Explore

With warmer weather making a gradual return, it’s time to get out and explore the hidden gems around the Elm City.  Here’s what we recommend doing this month, loved by locals and visitors alike, make your way up to East Rock Park for sweeping views of downtown and Long Island Sound. While there, head to the Soldiers & Sailors Monument, a war memorial located on the 366-foot summit of East Rock. To end your adventure, check out the Giant Steps Trail which provides a spectacular 285-foot climb with more sweeping views.

info new haven June enewsletter: East Rock Park

Experience

‘Tis the season for a scoop (or two) of the best ice cream in the state! This month marks #NationalIceCreamDay on June 7th, and what better way to celebrate than visiting a downtown ice cream shop? Made locally and scooped into a cup or cone to perfection, our go-to spots include Arethusa, Ashley’s or Milk Craft.

info new haven June enewsletter: Sweet Spots

Ice cream and martinis? Yes, please. This month also marks #NationalMartiniDay on June 19th. Celebrate dad with a classic, shaken, not stirred. Let downtown’s seasoned mixologists serve you their interpretation of this staple. We recommend stopping by Bar 19, Elm City Social or Ordinary.

info new haven June enewsletter: Libations

Pride Haven

Show Your Pride - Downtown New Haven celebrates the LGBTQ+ community year-round, but in June, we kick it up a notch for Pride Month. Keep scrolling to see what’s on deck downtown this month.

June Pride Events:

New Haven Pride Center x IFAI:  Day of Action
New Haven Pride Center x GNHCC: Pride & Shine
Sweat: The Diva Returns

Support Downtown LGBTQ+ Owned Retail & Restaurants:

Barracuda                   Partners Bar & Night Club
Blue Orchid                 Provisions on State
Tavern on State           Rimage' Salon & Spa
Strange Ways              ZINC            
info new haven June enewsletter: Celebrating Pride in New Haven

Happening Around Town

There’s always something happening in the Cultural Capital of Connecticut here are some highlights for June:
info new haven enewsletter: Events Calendar
Movies in the Plaza
Movies in the Plaza
June 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29
June 2, 9, 16, 23, & 30
info new haven June enewsletter: Norm Lewis Shubert Gala
info new haven June enewsletter: TEDxNewHaven
TEDxNewHaven
June 11
Yale Center for British Art
Yale Center for British Art
June Exhibitions & Programs
Yale University Art Gallery
June Exhibitions
Make Haven
June Events
June Programming
June Performances

Easy Parking

When visiting New Haven, you’ll never have to worry about where to park, thanks to the city’s numerous public lots and parking garages, offering 8,000 economical parking spaces.
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