Fair Haven is a Diverse Community with a Rich History and a Beautiful Waterfront
I'm an out-of-town member of the community, having enjoyed a great stay with my family with the Janke family back in 2008. I am a keen birder and noted some of the species that can be found in neighbourhood. Has anyone created a bird list, and if not, would anyone like me to submit mine?
Chris Seaton, Bognor Regis, West Sussex UK
Here's the article that appeared in the July 30th Register about one of the sessions that is part of a full program for children at Quinnipiac Terrace, led by two dynamic members of CSNA.
Great work by Mary Ann, Sally, and all the volunteers to make the program great!…Continue
Added by Lynn Smith on July 30, 2011 at 5:56pm — No Comments
On Saturday, August 6th from 11am-3pm, the Fair Haven Community Health Center and HAVEN Free Clinic will be celebrating their 40th and 5th anniversaries by hosting a big celebration for the entire community. There will be free food, fun games, Zumba demonstrations, entertainment, and raffle prizes for participants. This event will be held rain or shine in FHCHC's back parking lot at 374 Grand Ave.
The Fair Haven Community Health Center is a…Continue
Added by Emilie Swenson on July 27, 2011 at 9:00am — No Comments
The Fair Haven Farmers' Market runs every Thursday, 3pm - 7pm, in the Quinnipiac River Park, on the corner of Grand Avenue and Front Street.
You can now show your support for CitySeed Farmers' Markets by becoming a Friend of the Market! We are in our second season of the Friends of the Market program at the Edgewood Park, and we are now excited to expand it to Fair Haven and the HIll!
Here's how it…Continue
Added by Emma Mendelsohn on July 25, 2011 at 3:25pm — No Comments
Applications now being accepted for Democracy School.
The City of New Haven's Democracy School will introduce residents to the structures, services, and leaders in the City of New Haven through a series of public information forums. City officials will introduce their work and lead questions and answer sessions aimed at fostering open lines of communication, enabling participants to take full advantage of city resources and empowering residents to become community…
Added by Voytec Wacowski on July 24, 2011 at 10:49pm — No Comments
Neighborhood residents on Atwater, Clinton and Front need your help on one or more of the following dates to beautify our neighborhood, calm traffic and increase property values. These are the documented benefits of increasing the number of trees in our neighborhood.
Wednesday 7/20 the Atwater St. group will be planting trees and plants on Atwater St. near Grand Avenue
Thursday 7/21 the Front St. group will be planting a tree at Dover Beach Park near Bailey…Continue
Added by Lee Cruz on July 14, 2011 at 11:30pm — No Comments
Dear neighbors & Friends:
This morning David Z. brought to my attention that graffiti damage has been done to Lewis St. Park. Many of you know that through the efforts of many people from the Quinnipiac River Community Group, the City and our Association this park was brought back from being a very unattractive and unsafe place. I am sure that many people will ask who did this? Please note that a police report has been filed. Others will ask why this happen? The truth is we may…Continue