Happy New Year!
Our Shop re-opens today and will run sales through January 8.
All holiday items are 40% off. All other items are 25% off.
NEW 2023 Shopping Hours
Monday- Saturday 10am-4pm
Sunday 12-4pm
*Not combinable with any other offers or discounts.
(203) 453-5947 | info@guilfodartcenter | www.guilfordartcenter.org
Guilford Art Center | 411 Church Street, P.O. Box 589Guilford, CT 06437

Bishop’s Orchard is hiring an assistant cider- and winemaker,

at a starting salary between $60K and $80K. Apply here 

This year we are offering over fifty different opportunities for hands-on learning on our campus. From the rainforests of the sea to the Queen of Hawaii, 3D printing to the art and science of light — there are options for all!
Camp hours are from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Extended day hours are available beginning at 8 a.m. and ending at 5:30 p.m.
**Scholarships are available to ensure our programs are accessible to all**
Questions? Call 203-777-1833.
The Eli Whitney Museum & Workshop
915 Whitney Avenue, Hamden, CT 06517
The Whitney Workshop @ EWM | 915 Whitney AvenueHamden, CT 06517

LEGO Fest Is Coming To Hartford And It Promises Tons Of Fun For All Ages

When Danish entrepreneur Ole Kirk Christiansen founded The LEGO Group in 1932, he had no idea it would grow to be the world’s largest toy company. The term LEGO actually comes from the Danish leg godt which means “play well”. Well, there’s an incredible LEGO festival coming to Hartford, and you’ll want to be a part of it. Brick Fest Live is one of the largest LEGO festivals in the country, and it’s currently on a nationwide tour and will be stopping in Hartford for a chance for you to play well. Here’s what you need to know:

Brick Fest Live will be coming to the Connecticut Convention Center on April 15-16, 2023.

Brick Fest Live/Facebook

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION & TICKETS

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Happy New Year from Market New Haven, Inc., and welcome to the January edition of the info new haven e-newsletter!

2023 is here and Downtown is returning as a haven for new years’ resolutions. Are you looking to revamp your home or wardrobe? Be sure to check out downtown shops for post-holiday deals. Looking to swap out Starbucks lattes for matchas over ice? Read on for a list of some of New Haven’s best coffee and tea spots. Scroll down to peruse our annual events calendar – and remember, whatever we’re planning, you’re always invited.

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info new haven E-newsletter: In the Spotlight

Looking for out of the box winter fun? Stop by the Yale Center for British Art and the Yale University Art Gallery this month, where you’ll find the largest collection of British art outside of the UK and a diverse collection of more than 200,000 works.  Both museums are FREE and a well-heated respite from the January chill. While you’re busy celebrating a new year, visit the New Haven Museum for a look into the past. From New Haven’s early days as a puritan village, to our future as a thriving metropolitan area – learn all about how our city has evolved through time.

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Coffee Haven

Looking for a mid-day treat that aligns with your new years’ resolution? Downtown coffee shops are calling your name this month. Check out these local spots for freshly brewed coffee, tea, and baked goods – because everyone deserves a cheat day.

Willoughby’s Coffee & Tea: With locations in Downtown and in the Whitney-Audobon neighborhood, this coffee shop prides itself on sourcing the world’s best beans, having been voted one of the best roasters in the U.S. by Forbes in 2018!

Fussy Coffee: Located in Science Park, Fussy Coffee is the perfect spot for espresso and pourover connoisseurs.

G. Café: With locations in Downtown and Chapel West, G. Café brews delicious coffee and bakes fresh artisan breads each day.

Atticus Market: With locations in Downtown and in East Rock, Atticus Market offers coffee, matcha, tea, and delicious healthy bites including grain bowls and sandwiches.

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info new haven E-newsletter: Locals Love It

New Haven Celebrates

Throughout the year, New Haven locals mingle and meet with the help of a comprehensive celebration calendar.  Steeped in tradition, annual celebrations honor our city’s diversity, culture, and neighborhood histories dating back over 100 years.

Lunar Fest (est. 2016)
Audubon Neighborhood | January 28, 2023

Greater New Haven St. Patrick’s Day Parade (est. 1842)
Downtown | March 12, 2023

Freddy Fixer Parade (est. 1962)
Dixwell & Newhallville Neighborhoods | May 2023

St. Andrew’s Society Italian Festa (est. 1900)
Wooster Square Neighborhood | June 2023

Caribbean Heritage Festival (est. 2014)
Dixwell Neighborhood | June 2023

Ecuadorian Civic Parade (est. 2015)
Downtown | August 2023

Puerto Rican Parade (est. 1988)
Downtown | August 2023

PRIDE Fest (est. 2000)
Downtown | September 2023

New Haven Holiday Tree Lighting (est. 1913)
Downtown | December 2023

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info new haven E-newsletter: Elm City Insider

Owner of EBM Vintage in Downtown New Haven, Carol Orr has nearly two decades of experience in local business. Her store, which first opened in 2008, is located in Ninth Square and serves visitors and locals alike the best in vintage clothes, decor, and knick knacks. Here’s what she has to say about New Haven.

Most Popular Item In The Shop: “The best money maker at my shop are the vintage clothes, but the most commonly purchased items are the vintage black and white photographs.”

What Neighborhood Do You Call Home?: “I live in East Rock. I love the vibe on the street with all of the local shops and people hanging out at sidewalk cafes.”

What Style Influences EBM Vintage?: “I pull a lot from my personal style, which changes over the years. I usually prefer things that are 30 to 40 years old, they tend to have more unique style, be of better quality, and made with better materials.”

info new haven E-newsletter: Mark Your Calendar
info new haven E-newsletter: Mark Your Calendar

The Shubert Theatre

New year, new programming. Head here for the latest events and activities. In the meantime, mark your calendar with these events!1/6 – 1/8 Blue Man Group
Shubert Theatre

1/25 Step Afrika!
Shubert Theatre

1/27 Nikki Glaser: The Good Girl Tour
College Street Music Hall

1/28 Almost Queen:  A Tribute to Queen
College Street Music Hall

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Parking in downtown is convenient with thousands of available spaces in parking garages, surface lots and on-street parking.

 
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IN-PERSON TALK
The Builder Book: Carpenters, Masons and Contractors in Historic New Haven
Thursday, January 26, 6:00 p.m.
Join Susan Godshall and Jack Tripp for a presentation of their new book published by the New Haven Preservation Trust. This unique take on New Haven focuses on the often unknown men — and one woman — who built houses, commercial and academic buildings, monuments and other historic structures.
Susan Godshall has worked at four major New Haven institutions including City Hall and Yale University. Most recently, she retired as Senior Vice President of the Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce where she worked on economic development, state and local government affairs, and transportation investment. Susan holds degrees from Yale Law School and Yale School of Architecture. She is a long-time board member of the New Haven Preservation Trust.
Jack Tripp is a senior at Yale College from Westport, Massachusetts. His studies focus on English and political science, concentrating on the Romantic poets and political philosophy. Besides research for the Preservation Trust’s Builder Book, he has also spent time writing for the Yale Daily News and The New Journal, serving on the executive board of the Yale Dramatic Association, and working as a President’s Public Service Fellow at the Arts Council of Greater New Haven.
Free and open to the public. Space is limited. Advance registration is recommended.
Presented by New Haven Free Public Library.
New Haven Preservation Trust | 203-562-5919 | nhpt.org
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A New Way to Look and Feel Younger: Blepharoplasty
Aging can be a difficult process. As the years go on, we all age in different ways. While it’s natural to develop wrinkles and fine lines, sometimes they become more than a cosmetic issue. For many people, excess skin around the eyes can cause visual limitations as well as self-consciousness about their appearance. If you’re looking for an effective way to address this problem, blepharoplasty may be right for you!
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