It’s seedling season and the market is blooming with gorgeous vibrant veggie and herb starter plants! Come down to the market this Saturday for seedlings and more!
Are you interested in selling your food products at the Farmers Markets, but aren’t sure where to start? CitySeed is hosting a VIRTUAL Farmers Market Info Session on Wednesday, May 4th at 10am (will be recorded).
Whether you’re an established CT spot, a small urban farm, or at the idea stage for a new business, we’ve got you covered! The info session will answer all of your questions, have a tutorial for using the Market’s web platform, and we will send you a resource guide if needed. Please fill out this form so we can gather your feedback and hold a spot for you!
Sanctuary Kitchen is seeking a Farmers Market Sales Coordinator. This is a seasonal position. The armers Market Sales Coordinator represents Sanctuary Kitchen at various farmers market locations in New Haven and Madison by setting up as a vendor and selling our packaged foods with support from volunteers. They will have a comprehensive understanding of Sanctuary Kitchen’s mission and programs, cultural awareness regarding the chefs and their foods, and offer suggestions on how the food is best served. The perfect candidate is passionate about food, entrepreneurial, a quick learner, personable, enjoys engaging with customers, and has the desire to be a part of a growing social enterprise.
CitySeed seeks a dynamic and driven leader with proven experience in program growth and strategy to lead Sanctuary Kitchen. The Program Director will have expertise in strengthening training programs and networks for job placement.
CitySeed | 817 Grand Ave#101New Haven, CT 06511

Fran McMullen
APNH: A Place to Nourish your Health | 1302 Chapel StreetNew Haven, CT 06511

Disney Concerts & Live Nation present


The Sing-A-Long Film Concert Tour

Friday, August 19  7:30pm


Savitt Way | Hartford, CT

Part of the American Eagle Financial Credit Union Concert Series

Tickets On Sale Friday 10am @

Geronimo Tequila Bar and Southwest Grill is hosting a Paint and Sip Night on Tuesday, April 26 at its New Haven location.  The cave opens for dinner and drinks at 5pm, with painting starting at 7pm.  The $36/per person ticket includes all paint supplies and a complimentary happy hour drink.

To purchase tickets, visit

Geronimo Tequila Bar and Southwest Grill

271 Crown Street

New Haven, CT 06511


Mad Hatter Bingomania

posted by Robbin
April 21, 2022

Wear your biggest and best Easter bonnet!!

Join hostess Loosey LaDuca for bingo that’s fast, fun, and fabulous! 

$25 admission, cash prizes up to $2,500!

  Masks for players are optional.


Doors open at 6 pm and games begin at 7pm.

Enjoy your favorite wine, beer, or cocktail as you play bingo that’s fast, fun and fabulous!

Snacks, desserts and beverages available

Fun contests and giveaways all night long!

Plenty of free, safe parking!

The Annex Club

554 Woodward Avenue,

New Haven—just off I-95!

State law prohibits beverages of any kind to be brought into the Annex Club.

Future dates: 5/21, 6/18, 7/16, 8/20, 9/17, 10/15, 11/19, 12/17

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U.S. District Courthouse
Members-Only Tour
Friday, May 6 at 12:00 p.m.
Tour led by: Clerk of Court Dinah Milton Kinney and former Clerk of Court Robin DeKam Tabora
The monumental Richard C. Lee U.S. Courthouse is located on the east side of the New Haven Green. The building is an excellent example of Classic Revival architecture. It originally served as a courthouse and post office, although the post office moved to another location in 1979.  James Gamble Rogers designed the building, which was constructed between 1913 and 1919. It was the last to be designed under the auspices of the Tarsney Act (1890–1912), which allowed the Treasury Department to hire private architects rather than use only designers employed by the federal government. Rogers was also the architect for the General Services Administration’s John Minor Wisdom U.S. Courthouse in New Orleans, for structures at Yale University, his alma mater, including the noted Sterling Memorial Library and Harkness Memorial Tower, and for the Butler Library in New York, NY.
In 1910, landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr., son of the designer of Central Park, and architect Cass Gilbert, two of the most prominent designers working in America at the time, produced a city planning document for New Haven. Olmsted and Gilbert advised that the style, materials, and scale of the new courthouse and post office should respect the character of existing public buildings around the Green, and Rogers achieved these goals.
The courthouse ranks among the most distinguished of New Haven’s public buildings. It was threatened with demolition, along with City Hall, during the urban development of the late 1960s, and the Preservation Trust was a prominent collaborator in the campaign for its preservation. Today its imposing, classically inspired exterior remains much the same as originally constructed, and within the building, many original volumes and features survive.
The tour will be led by Clerk of Court Dinah Milton Kinney and former Clerk of Court Robin DeKam Tabora, whose combined Judicial service spans over 65 years. This tour will explore historic and new courtrooms, jury deliberation rooms, jury assembly rooms, meeting rooms, offices, support spaces, lobbies, stair halls, inner courtyard, and architecturally important spaces. An Overview of the Judiciary will be given and a Meet and Greet with a Federal Court Judge will be held.
This tour is open to NHPT MEMBERS ONLY.
Registration is requested by Wednesday, May 4;
and is on a first-come, first-served basis.
Register below via email (
New Haven Preservation Trust | 203-562-5919 |
Become a member or donate to NHPT.
Support NHPT when you shop by using AmazonSmile.
NHPT receives support from the State Historic Preservation Office
of the Department of Economic and Community Development
with funds from the Community Investment Act of the State of Connecticut.
The New Haven Preservation Trust | 922 State StreetNew Haven, CT 06511

2 New Shows coming to the Hartford HealthCare Amphitheater in Bridgeport!

Bridgeport, CT

Part of the Chevrolet Concert Series



The Beach Boys

60 Years of the Sounds of Summer!

with very special guests The Temptations


Friday, August 19   8pm

Tickets On Sale Friday 10am at


Darius Rucker

With special guests: Jameson Rodgers and Elvie Shane

Friday, September 2   8pm

Tickets On Sale Friday 10am at


Save The Date: June 8, 2022

2022 Shubert Theatre Gala

Honorary Chair

Frances (Bitsie) Clark

Gala Co-Chairs

Elizabeth (Betsy) Herlihy
Adriane Jefferson

Come celebrate the one and only CHITA RIVERA in a unique solo concert event!  The incomparable Tony Award winner will recreate signature moments from her legendary career from West Side Story, Sweet Charity and Bye Bye Birdie to Chicago, Kiss of the Spider Woman, The Visit and more. In addition to a special tribute to her dear friends John Kander & Fred Ebb, the timeless music of Leonard Bernstein, Charles Strouse & Lee Adams, Jerry Herman and Stephen Sondheim will also be featured, accompanied by her long-time trio.

“You leave this show walking on air!” raves the New York Times.

“Shimmering Show-biz perfection” cheers the Los Angeles Times.

“Chita Rivera is more than a musical theatre star. She’s a force of nature,” raves the Associated Press.

Evening Events

6:00pm: Pre Show Cocktail Reception

8:00pm: Performance

9:30pm: Dessert Reception