Historic Wooster Square Association

         Working to               keep the 
    neighborhood
   strong & 
 vibrant


Working to keep the neighborhood strong & vibrant
Working to keep the neighborhood strong & vibrant
 
Join HWSA today! Click here.
Remembering
Beverly Carbonella
As part of their featured exhibit on Wooster Square, The New Haven Museum interviewed Beverly, who did so much to share the neighborhood we know today. Click here to view.
Thank you Renate Recknagel After 30 years of service, including a stint as president, Renate had departed the board of Historic Wooster Square Association.
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       Yea, City Seed!
Cityseed Farmers Market retunrs to Wooster Square's Russo Park on April 1. Produce is great! There are now weekly markets throughout the City, but ours is still held there every Saturday, except in winter when it moves to the nearby Metropolitan Business Academy on Water St. It is a major neighborhood asset.  Go City Seed!!!!
Follow Us On:
44th Annual 
Cherry Blossom Festival
Sunday, April 23
 in 
Wooster Square Park  
was a great event!

The Festival atracted more than 10,000 people and included live music (jazz, salsa, swing, steel band), children & pets areas,  lots of local exhibitors, great food. (details on Festival page - click here)
Friend of Wooster Square Awards went to:
• David Moser, Landscape architect for City of New Haven
• New Haven Fire Dept. - Engine #4 & Truck #1
• I-95 New Haven Harbor Crossing Corridor Improvement Program
• Peter Webster, Co-Chair, Wooster Square Cherry Blossom Festival


Festival Kick-off Concert: 


The 19th Annual Pre-Festival Concert on 

Sat. April 22  at

 St. Michael Church on

the Square (Wooster Place)

was a great event.


Click here for the Program


This free concert featured

 the wonderful musicians  and composers of Wooster Square




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Help Make Lucibello's Corner 
a Reality
Honor Lucibello's Italian Pastry Shop
Please stop in at the bake shop (on the corner of Olive St. and Grand Ave.) to sign the petition! 
 
BAKERY HOURS: 
Mon. - Sat.: 8:30am - 6pm. •  Sun: 8:30am -  2pm •  Tues.: closed 
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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 (photo above), and friends play ball. People read, walk their dogs, have picnics - and pizza!  (photo at right)