Historic Wooster Square 

Association, Inc.


Working to keep the neighborhood strong and vibrant

41st ANNUAL CHERRY BLOSSOM FESTIVAL

 April 27, 2014 • Noon - 5 p.m.

Related pages:

• About the Festival    • Festival Program

Cherry Blossom Blog

• Festival Map    Our Generous Supporters      

• Pre-Festival Concert 


Last spring's Festival was fabulous. More 

than 7,000 visitors of all ages enjoyed musical entertainment, international foods, art-related events, activities for children and pets, and more. This year is shaping up to be equally terrific!

There lots of information about program, times, parking etc. – even a map with the entire layout. Just click any of the links above.


And come to the wonderful concert on Friday, April 25 at St. Michael's Church on the Square. The performers are professional musicians from Wooster Square area. Details


WHAT WAS IT LIKE TO 

SAVE WOOSTER SQUARE?


Last chance to learn all about it – and lots more – 

now through May 10 at New Haven Museum.

New Haven Museum's major exhibit, "Beyond the New Township: Wooster Square," covers the neighborhood's beginnings, the evolution of industry and arrival of immigrants, the effect of urban renewal, and the impact of historic preservation – a showcase for the impressive results of rehabilitating deteriorating historic structures rather than demolishing them. Visit soon! The exhibit closes on May 10.


Get the details about related talks and events, including family events and activities, on our News & Events page. 

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