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
 
Check out our Fall 2014 newsletter, and learn about plans to refurbish the Wooster Square Park benches.
You also can so find new information on our News & Events page.
Join HWSA today! Click here.
Remember the winter of 2014?
The Cherry Trees still bloomed in April!
The 42nd Annual 
Cherry Blossom Festival
was held on Sunday, April 26, and is pictured above.
It was a huge hit with thousands of visitors of all ages.
See images and learn more on our Cherry Blossom Festival page.
Cherry Blossom Eve Concert

Sat., April 25 - 7:30 p.m St., Michael's Church on Wooster Square Park. This was the 17th annual pre-Festival concert performed by the wonderful musicians who live in Wooster Square. View the complete musical program

updated 4/26/15

Pop-Up Exhibit During 

Cherry Blossom Festival 

Featured New Haven Clocks 


 A unique pop-up exhibit, “New Haven Celebrates Time,” featuring 30 timepieces made by The New Haven Clock Company, was held at Maresca & Sons Funeral Home on Chapel Street, in Wooster Square, on April 25 and 26 concurrent with the New Haven Cherry Blossom Festival.  More details



Get a feel for Cherry Blossom Festival 

Check out photos by Chris Randall and a few others of 

I Love New Haven. Click here. 

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The cherry trees are in bloom, and the Festival is today. Come enjoy musical entertainment, international foods, art-related events, activities for children and pets, and more. 


The cherry trees are in bloom, and the Festival is today. Come enjoy musical entertainment, international foods, art-related events, activities for children and pets, and more. 

May 3 – a week after the Festival – the cherry trees are just past peak and still beautiful.

Wooster Square Park Benches - 

Restoration is the Key 

Repairs are clearly needed!

Over the years, the effects of weather, age, and wear and tear take a toll on the park benches, as evidenced in the photo at right. It's been decades since those in Wooster Square Park last had a complete renovation or replacement. The company that made the current benches is no longer even in business. 


So the Historic Wooster Square Association, in cooperation with the New Haven Department of Parks, Recreation and Trees, is undertaking the project to bring them back to like-new condition.


Visit our News and Events page for details, including sponsorship  and recognition. 


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