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Upcoming Events

Date Event Description Time / Location
10/256/21

City of New Haven Department of Parks, Recreation & Trees - Upcoming Activities

Out of School Time - Whalley and Fitch staff available on days where schools are closed to work with children. Dates exclude major holidays and inclement weather school closings.  Call for prices and times - 203-946-8022

Saturday Science - Ages 8 -12 in Coogan Pavillion Edgewood Park

Session 1 Nov. 5, 12th 19th 9a - 10:30a; Session 2 Dec. 3, 10th, 17th - young scientists learn basic concepts of science through experimentation and observation.

YOGA FOR ALL - Adults 16+ 3 Classes for $24, Wednesdays 6:30p - 7:30p

session 1 (Nov 2, 9, 16) session 2 (Nov 30, Dec. 7 & 14) Registration required.

YOUTH POTTERY CLASS - Instructor Kendall Shanklin $50 per session

ADULT POTTERY CLASS - 16+

MORE INFO ON EACH BY CALLING 203-946-8022

INFO Varies with Activity, See Description
1/25

MLK Keynote Address by Diane Nash

INFO 5:30pm, Battell Chapel in New Haven
1/26

The Monk Council Host:Focus Group for Hill Neighborhood Heritage Center

INFO 4p, New Haven Wilson Library 303 Washington Ave. New Haven, CT
1/26

Barnum Festival's Basketball Tournament

INFO 6pm, Cardinal Shehan Center in Bridgeport
1/28

The Icy Plunge for the Cure

The Icy Plunge for the Cure

Saturday January 28th

West Haven's Savin Rock Beach

 

Participants in the 17th Icy Plunge for the Cure, a longtime winter tradition, can break out the arctic swimwear Saturday, Jan. 28, at Savin Rock Beach.

The 9:30 a.m. event, presented by the city’s Breast Cancer Awareness Committee, benefits breast cancer research and education.

Registration starts at 7:30 a.m. in the Savin Rock Conference Center, 6 Rock St.

The first 100 people to register will receive “plungewear.” The top fundraiser will receive a prize.

Participants will wait on the beach for the signal to charge into Long Island Sound. Wetsuits are not allowed.

Last January, snow postponed the plunge for the first time in 16 years, with it taking place in February — also for the first time.

Since its inception in 2001, the committee has collected more than $780,000 for the cause, said Human Resources Commissioner Beth A. Sabo, a founding committee member.

An estimated 200 people took part in last year’s plunge, which netted about $32,000.

And organizers anticipate another good turnout this year, with plunge veterans Mayor Edward M. O’Brien and his 16-year-old son, David, returning for the frosty dip.

Several city, police and fire departments are forming teams and issuing challenges to one another to help raise the stakes and more money.

Sabo said the plunge is a celebration of survivors and a remembrance of loved ones who have died of the disease.

Registration forms are available in the Department of Human Resources on the second floor of City Hall, 355 Main St.

Pledges for the plunge must be handed in the day of the event, Sabo said. Checks are payable to the West Haven Breast Cancer Awareness Program.

Proceeds have previously gone to the Yale Breast Center at Yale New Haven’s Smilow Cancer Hospital and Looking Forward, an education and wellness program for cancer patients at Smilow.

For information, call committee member Jennifer Cavallaro at 203-937-3619 or Sabo at 203-937-3558. To sponsor the plunge, call Cavallaro or Sabo.

Send donation checks to the West Haven Breast Cancer Awareness Program, Department of Human Resources, 355 Main St., West Haven, CT 06516.

INFO 7:30am, West Haven's Savin Rock Beach
2/1

New Haven Public Schools "School Choice Expo"

New Haven Public Schools "School Choice Expo"

 

Wednesday February 1, 2017

6:00-8:00pm

at Floyd Little Athletic Center - 480 Sherman Pkwy, New Haven

Hosted by Juan Castillo

 

All Magnet, Neighborhood, ACES & Charter Schools will be present.

If you have questions about any part of the application process or any specific questions for schools, a NHPS of Choice Expo is your opportunity to ask! Schools will have booths staffed by administrators, teachers, parents and students at the Expo. 

More detailed information can be found here: www.newhavenmagnetschools.com

INFO 6pm-8pm, Floyd Little Athletic Center, New Haven
2/4

F.D. Thompson Enterprises Presents: Love Night

For details call 203-709-0340

-Love Night is an event that has a “Valentines Day” theme and is geared for those who are married, dating and even single. With its laid back setting, we’ll enjoy dinner, live entertainment and performances, prizes and more. This event is the perfect date night , or night out on the town. For more info and tickets, visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/love-night-tickets-30077709238?aff=es2

 

INFO 6p - 10p, New opportunities Auditorium-232 N. Elm Street Waterbury, CT 06702
2/4

New Haven Public Schools "School Choice Expo"

The New Haven Public Schools "School Choice Expo."

 

Saturday February 4, 2017

11:00am-2:00pm

at John Martinez Magnet School - 100 James Street, New Haven

Hosted by Veronica Douglas

 

All Magnet, Neighborhood, ACES & Charter Schools will be present at the expo.

If you have questions about any part of the application process or any specific questions for schools, a NHPS of Choice Expo is your opportunity to ask! Schools will have booths staffed by administrators, teachers, parents and students at the Expo. 

More detailed information can be found here: www.newhavenmagnetschools.com

INFO 11am-2pm, John Martinez Magnet School, New Haven
2/4

PINK goes RED Stroll Battle

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

Theta Epsilon Omega Chapter and Xi Omicron Chapter

Presents…

PINK goes RED Stroll Battle

For Stroke and Heart Disease Awareness

Saturday, February 4th  ~ 12 pm – 3 pm

at the Connecticut Post Mall, lower level by Macy’s

Music by DJ Herman Ham, line dancing, free giveaways, kid-friendly activities

free blood pressure screenings by Cornell Scott Hill Health Center and more…

Health Promotion… Please come out and join us… #TEOGoRED… www.akanewhaven.org

INFO 12pm-3pm, Connecticut Post Mall in Milford
2/5

The Run For Refugees

The Run For Refugees

Sunday February 5, 2017 

Wilbur Cross High School in New Haven

 

Run with us before the big game! The scenic 5k that runs through East Rock benefits IRIS, a non-profit organization that helps refugees begin their lives in Connecticut.

Location & Time: Wilbur Cross High School (181 Mitchell Drive), New Haven, CT @ 10am

Packet Pick -up: Packet pick-up begins in the small gym at Wilbur Cross @ 8:30am

Course Info: The scenic out-and-back course travels to East Rock from Wilbur Cross High School. View course map!

TECH TEES: First 500 participants receive LONG SLEEVE TECH TEES! All remaining participants receive cotton tees.

Post-Race Party: Join us after the 5k for a delicious post-race party offering authentic international food, drinks, entertainment, an awards ceremony and more!

Register Online

If you have questions about IRIS Run for Refugees, please email jody@jbsports.com or call (203) 481-5933.

 

Raise money for refugees!

CLICK HERE to setup your own fundraising page or setup as a team and raise critical support for refugees. 

EARN COMPLIMENTARY ENTRY! Donate or fundraise $200 or more for IRIS and receive complimentary race entry! Your donation and fundraising efforts help IRIS provide a variety of services and support to refugees.

IRIS, Integrated Refugee & Immigrant Services, resettles approximately 200 refugees each year. The mission of IRIS is to enable refugees and other displaced people to establish new lives, regain hope, and contribute to the vitality of Connecticut’s communities. Refugees are men, women and children who fled their countries of origin due to persecution on the basis of their race, nationality, religious belief, political opinion, or membership in a particular social group. Currently, IRIS’s refugee clients come from Afghanistan, Congo, Cuba, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Iran, Iraq, Sudan and other countries. IRIS provides refugees with housing, food, clothing, and services such as education, English training, job preparation and placement, health care, and immigration legal aid.

To learn more about IRIS please visit www.irisct.org

INFO 10am, Wilbur Cross High School
2/24

Hamden Black History Committee Presents: A Black History Celebration

Telephone contact for information - Martha Walker 203-641-3345
Description of event- Honor Leaders in the Community 
INFO 7p - 9p, Hamden Public Library