Historic Wooster Square Association

Wooster Square's Annual 
Holiday Concert & Tree Lighting


December 8 at 5:30 p.m.

Concert with Music Haven Student Ensemble

 in St. Michael Church on Wooster Place
 

Tree Lighting to follow near Columbus Monument

 in Wooster Sqaure Park.


Complimentary cider and donuts
 

Bring your families and friends and 

consider a non-perishable food item for Loaves & Fishes. 

Photo by Bart Szczarba. Thank you Bart!

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         Working to               keep the 
    neighborhood
   strong & 
 vibrant


Working to keep the neighborhood strong & vibrant
Working to keep the neighborhood strong & vibrant
 
Be part of the neighborhood. Join HWSA today! Click here.

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Thank you 
Elsie Chapman!
At the HWSA annual meeting, Elsie announced she was stepping down as President. 
See the NH Independent's 
excellent coverage, with photos.

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Bike New Haven 
comes to Wooster Square! It's on the Corner of Chapel St. and DePalma Court, where Farmer's Market is from April to December.

SPRING IS COMING TO 

WOOSTER SQUARE ...


... and so is 45th Annual Wooster Square 

Cherry Blossom Festival!

Sunday, April 22, 2018

12 noon - 4:30 p.m.

As Wooster Square Blossom Blogger (check the blog)
Bart Connors Szczarba notes, 
the 2018 Cherry Blossom Festival, is on Sunday!
The photo above was taken today: Saturday, April 21.
We have a neighborhood of 
beautiful trees in early blossom or close to.



And don't miss the opening event:
Cherry Blossom Concert

Sat., April 21 •  7:30 p.m.

Saint Michael Church on the Park
Free • Donations to St. Michael Church encouraged
updated 4/5/18
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WOOSTER SQUARE IS LIVING HISTORY 
BUT IT'S ALSO THE SCENE OF LIVELY LIVING

Families relax, the kids play, school groups have recess and games (see photo), and friends of all ages play ball. People read, do yoga or tai chi, walk their dogs, have picnics - and enjoy pizza!  Wooster Square is truly a living park.


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