Chilly temps has blossoms lagging
Thursdays check on the blossom progress shows there is no stopping them now! Last nights winds and rain went easy on Historic Wooster Square. All our hardy buds hung on for their debut this Sunday at the Wooster Square Cherry Blossom Festival, noon - 5pm.
Plenty of food, entertainment, activities for the kids and adults alike. There will be history, authors, artists, and arts and crafts. Other New Haven venues have a table such as the New Haven Museum. Last year, over 7,000 fanatical fun fellow flower followers were enjoying the once a year spectacle..
The art of enjoying the here and now.
This year, the Wooster Square Historic Association,
is honoring 102 year old Luisa Delauro.
She was the longest serving Alderwoman
over 30 years. (you may know her daughter, Rosa)
But best of all? It was Luisa's idea to plant
the Cherry Trees in Wooster Square!
Thanks Luisa Delauro!!
Corner of Hanami Happiness
This weekend will be fantastic to come to Wooster Square. At all hours of the day, the developing
Sweet Sakura Square Shining Storm Surprises. Eventually breaking free from their home and thrust in the air like a beautiful pink and white snow blossom storm.
Let's take a look at Thursday,
April 23, 2015!
Hughes Place North, any day!
Last night, after the rain
Mr. Cardinal and I discussed the weather
Make morning memories
Myrtle making appearance
Wooster Place catching up!
Wooster Square's Star for 12 years!
Make mindfulness meaningful man
Great balls of bliss baby!
Take time to walk Wooster Square
Fence foto fun
Pretty pink purses pack a pink punch!
Academy Street looking North
Windy Wicked Winners
Land of ahs
Plethora of pink
White Poppers in Park
Beauty for miles of smiles
Come see all the fun!
Stay for the food and music!
Pink and White Blossom Tunnel to Happiness!
The Wooster Square Cherry Blossom Festival
is Sunday, April 26! Bring the family
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See you Round the Square!