Just Listed: 186 Old Stagecoach Rd, Meriden CT 06450

by Harriman Real Estate on October 28, 2014

Beautiful 3 bedroom Colonial with Front    Porch Charm!

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Just Listed: 186 Old Stagecoach Rd, Meriden CT 06450

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186 OLD STAGECOACH RD

Meriden, CT 06450

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms : 2 ( 1 full, 1 half )

List Price: $214,900

Living Area Approx :
1470

You’ll love this affordable home with front porch charm! Hardwood floors, fireplace, updated windows, kitchen updated in ’97, newer furnace, finished walk out basement, patio, large deck, ground level deck, lower deck with pool, beautiful wooded lot border. A great backyard for outdoor entertaining!

Feature List:

MLS#: N356559

Property Type: residential

Property Subtype: Single Family Detached, Colonial

Lot Size: 0.42 acres

Cooling Systems: None

Exterior Types: Vinyl Siding

New Construction: No

Number of Floors: 2.0

Roof Types: Unknown

Room Count: 7

Appliances: Dishwasher, Oven, Refrigerator

Floor Coverings: Carpet, Tile, Wood

Rooms: Basement, Bedroom, Bedroom, Bedroom, Dining Room, Family Room, Full Bath, Half Bath, Kitchen, Living Room

 

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28th Annual Celebrate Wallingford Festival

by Harriman Real Estate on October 3, 2014

Wallingford’s largest festival, the 28th Annual Celebrate Wallingford Festival, is ready to kick off this weekend, October 4th and 5th. Prepare yourself for two fantastic days of activities, displays, food tasting, crafting, contests, and entertainment, all set in the beautiful uptown area of Wallingford Center.

Come join us for the 28th annual Celebrate Wallingford festival!

This year the main venue for the event will once again be along North and South Main Streets and Simpson Court, with other activities taking place at the Railroad Station green at 11 Hall Avenue. The festivities begin on October 4th at 11 AM and continue until 7 PM, and continue on October 5th at 12 noon and conclude at 6 PM. Here is a list of some of the planned activities for both days:

Saturday, October 4th:

Prior to the 11 AM opening, the 5th Annual ACTIVATE Wallingford Family Fun Walk will be held, with registration starting at 10 AM. It’s a flat course, 1 mile walk. ACTIVATE Wallingford is an initiative to combat childhood obesity by partnering with the community to influence policy and environmental change that will provide access to clean, safe parks and recreational facilities so more children have an opportunity to participate in physical activity. The walk will start at the gazebo on the green; look for the Registration sign to sign up!

  • Taste of Wallingford food court
  • Crafters exhibiting their creations along North & South Main Streets
  • Extended activities area for children and teens, including Curious Creatures, Magic Matt balloons and face painter Ruth Gordon
  • Live Entertainment (on the Parade Grounds): Don Gioella, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM; Bryson Lang – Juggler, 12:30 – 1:20 PM; Cover Story, 2:00 – 3:30 PM; Southern Voice band, 4:00 – 5:30 PMOne of the entries in the Classic Car Show; Star on the Web show, 6:00 – 7:00PM
  • Home Depot Kids Workshop & Home Improvement Fair, 11:00 AM to 3PM at the Railroad Station
  • Storefront Nostalgia Walk, on Center St, No. Main St, Hall Ave and Quinnipiac St.
  • Fitness Fun Zone in the Holy Trinity School parking lot, sponsored by the Wallingford YMCA
  • 18th Annual Art Walk through Center Street Cemetery, 9 AM – 5 PM

Sunday, October 5th:

  • Taste of Wallingford food court
  • Crafters exhibiting their creations along North & South Main Streets
  • Storefront Nostalgia Walk, on Center St, No. Main St, Hall Ave and Quinnipiac St.
  • Extended activities area for children and teens, including Curious Creatures, Magic Matt balloons and face painter Ruth Gordon
  • Live Entertainment (in front of the train station): CT Yankee Chorus, 12:00PM – 1:00 PM; Coyote River Band, 1:30 – 3:00 PM; California Dreamers, 3:30 – 5:00 PM
  • Home Depot Kids Workshop & Home Improvement Fair, 11AM to 3PM at the Railroad Station
  • Fitness Fun Zone in the Holy Trinity School parking lot, sponsored by the Wallingford YMCA
  • Car Show by the Doo Wop Car Club on Hall Avenue from 11AM -3PM, featuring food and a DJ

A new addition this year is the Storefront Nostalgia Walk. Several stores along Center Street, North Main Street, Hall Avenue and Quinnipiac Street will have poster-sized photos of old Wallingford that you can view and test your memory of what the town was like in the old days! Our office at 116 Center Street won’t have the poster size photos, but we do have several 8×10 images of historical photos that you can also come in and view! Plus, we’ll be offering free beverages and cookies from DiBella’s!

The Taste of Wallingford has long been a favorite of festival attendees, giving them an opportunity to sample the cuisine of some of their favorite local eateries. Here are the establishments participating and their menus for the event:

Amore Pizza
Pizza slices, Fried Dough , Funnel Cakes

Simpson Court, Wallingford CenterGaetano’s Tavern on Main

Pulled Pork Sandwich, Chili, Hot Dog w/Kraut or Chili, Stuffed Baked Potato

Michael’s Trattoria
Sausage & pepper sandwich, Pasta Fagioli

Los Mariachis

Tamales, Tacos, Burritos, Nachos Supreme

Pralines Sweet
Ice cream cups & cones, Sundaes, Waffle cones

Sweet Cioccolatta

Chocolate candies & confections

Wallingford Elks Club
Breakfast sandwich, Coffee, New England Clam Chowder w/Bread Bowl, Burgers, Chicken tenders w/fries

Food VendorsWallingford Wishing Well

Steak grinders

Wallingford Rotary Club
Soda, Gatorade, Water

Oriental Express
Chicken Broccoli, General Tsao’s Chicken, Chicken Fingers

Wallingford Center Inc.
Roasted corn on the cob
Zucchini pancakes

Tata’s

Spanish rice, Pork kabobs, Beef & cheese Empanedas

Dad’s Restaurant
Corned beed w/ Dad’s homemade cole slaw, cheddar cheese on a hard roll, Lobster Bisque

Alyssa’s Cakery

Cake pops, cake balls and cake push-ups

Mr. D’s

Apple crisp, Caramel apples, Apple cider

Hometown Pizza & Restaurant

Fried calamari, Penne ala Vodka, Chicken parmesan grinder

Dry Dock

BBQ chicken dinner, Corn bread, Cole slaw

East Wallingford Volunteer Fire Department

Christos

Harriman Real Estate will have a booth at this year’s event, and  we’ll also have a booth for Wallingford Adopt-A-Wish nearby, so be sure to come by and say hi! We’ll have some of our agents on hand, plus give-aways and raffles for $25 gift certificates from Don Giovanni’s, Stop & Shop, and Panacea Boutique.

This promises to be a fantastic weekend at Celebrate Wallingford, come down and see why Wallingford, CT is a great place to live!

Scenes from Celebrate Wallingford

 

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Art Open House Featuring Tom Pender

by Harriman Real Estate on September 17, 2014

Art Open House Featuring Tom Pender

Looking up Center Street from the gazebo. Come to our art open house to see more examples of Tom's work!

Where: Harriman Real Estate LLC, 116 Center St. Wallingford CT 06492

Date: September 19th, 2014

Hours: 6pm – 8pm
What: Art Open House

Cost: FREE!

Contact: Pat Harriman
Phone: 203-605-3873

Come See an Amazing Local Artist

Please join us to view artwork by local artist Tom Pender. He has created some beautiful paintings of local landmarks, such as the downtown area, the Town Hall and the Police Station. Tom’s portfolio includes paintings of people, pets, landscapes, homes and other special moments. We have had the pleasure of using Tom to paint pictures of some of our clients’ homes, and we presented them to the client as a closing gift. They were beyond happy with the results!

We will have wine tasting by Roberta Bernardo Whalen with The Traveling Vineyard. We will also serve some light snacks.

We change our “Wallingford Inspires…” art wall every 60 days, featuring another talented local artist each time. Stay tuned for announcements regarding our next featured artist!

Pat Harriman
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Harriman Real Estate LLC
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Meriden Once Again Hosts Nites in the City

by Harriman Real Estate on September 15, 2014

Main & Vine Wine TastingIf you’re like us and enjoy a good glass of wine or a frosty beer from time to time, then be in the Silver City on September 25th and 26th as Meriden once again hosts the 15th Annual Nites in the City, a two night event showcasing some great examples of wine and beer from all over the world.

Main & Vine Wine Tasting

Enjoy a glass of wine tonight!The festivities kick off on Thursday, September 25th with the Main & Vine Wine Tasting sponsored by the Meriden Rotary and the City of Meriden. Plan on sampling at least 25 varieties of wine, both imported and domestic . You’ll be able to treat your palate to Chardonnays, Merlots, Pinot Grigios, Cabernets and other delicious varietals. (Personally, I hope they include a Riesling or two, preferably from Germany or the Pacific Northwest, but any Riesling is a good Riesling!) And if you don’t care for the fruit of the vine, they will have several different beers on hand to wet your whistle with!

There will be food too, courtesy of the Drust family, owners of the Wallingford ShopRite. Also, some local artists will have their work on display and there will be live music to keep your toes tapping. Oh yeah, and you get to KEEP your wine glass, too! Proceeds of the Wine Tasting will go to various local charities.

Tickets will be available at the door for $25 per person, or they may be purchased in advance for $20 from local charities or Bob’s Package Store, 1428 East Main Street, Meriden. For more information, contact Wendy Ronitz-Baker at (860) 384-1441.

Silver City Brew Fest

Silver City BrewfestFriday, September 26th brings brewing to the forefront with the Silver City Brew Fest, featuring 25 different beers to try including some familiar favorites like Blue Moon, Shock Top, Sam Adams and Stella Artois, as well as some less recognizable brews such as Weyerbacher, Leinenkugels and my personal favorite, Smutty Nose. Pumpkin flavored beers and some hard ciders will also be available. As with the previous night, if you’re not into beer there will be at least 25 different wines to sample as well.

The food for this night’s event will be provided as part of A Taste of Meriden as 15 area restaurants show off their signature dishes to accompany your favorite beverage. Free hamburgers and hotdogs will also be available.

All proceeds of the Brew Fest will go to Beat the Street and the Rotary Foundation.

Three cheers for BeerBoth events start at 5:30 PM and run until 8:30 PM. Tickets for the brew fest can be purchased in advance for $20, or at the door for $25. Tickets can be purchased from:

  1. Bob’s Package Store, (203) 238-7895
  2. Meriden YMCA, (203) 235-6386 x12
  3. Hunter’s Ambulance, (203) 235-3369

The event will take place at the Downtown Courthouse Plaza at 50 West Main Street. Click here for directions. All attendees must be 21 or over. In the event of rain, the event will move indoors to the Meriden Senior Center.

Whether your tastes run from a glass of delicate chardonnay to a mug of dark ale, you’ll find something that will surely please your palate. Come on down and say hello to Autumn in style!

For more info on area happenings, be sure to visit our page on Facebook, 365 Things to Do in CT!

 

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Come to the Helicopter Drop to support Connecticut Make-a-Wish!

The Quinnipiac Chamber of Commerce will hold a Helicopter Golf Ball Drop presented by Air Ocean Aviation and sponsored by Tweed New Haven Airport and Updike Kelly and Spellacy at its annual Golf Classic! The tournament will be held at the Farms Country Club on September 8th.

Helicopter Drop is a Unique Event

Air Ocean Aviation will be doing a fly over and dropping numbered golf balls from 50 to 75 feet in the air onto the 7th fairway following the end of the tournament.  Closest 3 balls to the pin will win fantastic raffle prizes!  Golfers will have the chance to buy their golf balls at the time of registration.  QChamber members may purchase their golf balls at the QChamber office prior to the tournament.  Cost is $10 for one ball, $25 for three, and $50 for ten balls.

A portion of the Helicopter Golf Ball Drop proceeds will go to the Make-a-Wish® Connecticut, which will help grant a wish to a local child with a life threatening medical condition.

Don’t Forget about the Golf Tournament

Along with a shotgun start, there are a number of very exciting additions this year to kick off our 100 year celebration!  Before teeing off, golfers have the chance to get a chair massage from Lotus Day Spa.  One Stop Liquor is providing vodka tastings on the green.  North of Havana is giving out Dominican cigars.  Golfers can end their day on the green with a sweet chocolate covered treat from Edible Arrangements of North Haven.

Cost is $225 per person and includes lunch, cocktail hour and dinner. Individual players and foursomes welcomed. To register or donate raffle prizes, visit www.quinncham.com or call 203-269-9891 or 203-234-0332.

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Connecticut Fairs and Festivals for September 2014

by Harriman Real Estate on September 6, 2014

Enjoy this list of Connecticut fairs and festivals happening in September 2014!With Summer on the wane, it’s time now to shift focus to the many Connecticut fairs and festivals that are coming up this month. Whether you go for the food, the entertainment, the rides, the games, or a combination of everything, Connecticut has something for all of us fair-goers in September!

North Haven Fair – September 4 – 7
Come and see “Rosie’s Racing Pigs,” and the thrills and stunts of “The Famous Wallendas.” Enjoy live musical performances, comedy and magic shows, animal exhibits and great fair food.

Hebron Harvest Fair – September 4 – 7
This major agricultural fair is packed with fun and entertainment including livestock shows, a midway, exhibits, a small-animal barn, arts and crafts, food booths and continuous stage entertainment. Enjoy live country music performances all weekend!

Bethlehem Fair – September 5 – 7
At this country fair you’ll see cattle, livestock and animal pulls along with antique tractors, herbs and needlework exhibits, a Farmer’s Market, and live music. On Friday night (Sept. 5), see The “Cast” of Beatlemania on the Main Stage.

Four Town Fair – Somers – September 11 – 14
You’ll have one-of-a-kind fun at the four-day, Four Town Fair, one of Connecticut’s oldest fairs. See the 18th Annual Antique & Classic Car Show, “Beatles Forever” Tribute Band and the Fair Parade. Like contests? There’s the Doodlebug Drawing Contest, Largest Frog & Frog Jumping Contest, Heaviest Pumpkin Contest and Corn Eating Contest. And you won’t want to miss the Open Swine Show or the Women’s Skillet Throw. It’s fun for all!

Guilford Agricultural Fair – September 19 – 21
The Guilford Fair is part traditional fair, part circus, part Broadway theater. In addition to the midway rides, games and food, visitors can enjoy performances by the fair’s family circus – the live tiger and lion acts will wow spectators of all ages.

Orange Country Fair – September 20 – 21
From the classic car show and tractor pulls to arts and crafts and animal displays, there is truly something for everyone at the Orange Country Fair. Enjoy live entertainment and all types of mouthwatering fair food.

Durham Fair – September 25 – 28
Begun in 1916, the Durham Fair continues its tradition today as Connecticut’s largest agricultural fair. With rides and games, tractor pulls, three livestock barns, crafts, exhibits featuring baking, canning, photography and horticulture, and a wide selection of fair food, there’s a huge harvest to take in. Live entertainment this year includes Tower of Power, Montgomery Gentry and Jo Dee Messina.

We’ll update this post periodically if we find more Connecticut fairs and festivals. Hope to see you at some of these great local celebrations, and stay tuned for our next post detailing more amazing fairs coming up in October!

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Must See! 15 Nathan’s Path, Wallingford CT 06492

by Harriman Real Estate on August 25, 2014

Beautiful 4 bedroom home for sale at 15 Nathans Path, Wallingford, CT !

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15 NATHANS PATH

Wallingford, CT 06492

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms : 3 ( 2 full, 1 half )

List Price: $424,900

Living Area Approx :
2650

15 Nathans Path is a sprawling home set on a private lot at the end of a cul-de-sac. Located in sought-after neighborhood close to schools. Perfect floor plan for entertaining! Great room with fireplace, 1st floor MBR suite, large deck, heated pool, 3 car garage & many upgraded features. Motivated seller!

Feature List:

MLS#: N350976

Property Type: Residential

Property Subtype: Single Family Detached

Lot Size: 1.94 acres

Cooling Systems: Central A/C

Exterior Types: Brick

New Construction: No

Num Floors: 2.0

Roof Types: Unknown

Room Count: 7

Appliances: Dishwasher, Dryer, Microwave, Oven, Refrigerator, Vacuum System, Washer

Floor Coverings: Carpet, Tile, Wood

Rooms: Basement, Bedroom, Bedroom, Bedroom, Bedroom, Dining Room, Full Bath, Full Bath, Half Bath, Kitchen, Living Room

 

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Price Reduced: 70 Prospect Road, East Haven CT 06512

by Harriman Real Estate on August 12, 2014

     Beautiful 3 bedroom home for sale

                in East Haven, CT!

PRICE REDUCED!

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70 PROSPECT ROAD

E Haven, CT 06512

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms : 3 ( 2 full, 1 half )

List Price: $234,900

Living Area Approx :
1701

Spacious 3 bedroom colonial located at 70 Prospect Road near the center of town. Stainless steel appliances, private deck and master bedroom suite with walk-in closet. Washer & dryer hookup in first floor bath. With a little TLC this could be the house of your dreams!

Feature List:

MLS#: N347412

Property Type: residential

Property Subtype: Single Family Detached

Lot Size: 0 acres

Appliances: Dishwasher, Garbage Disposer, Microwave, Oven, Refrigerator

Architecture Style: Colonial

Has Basement: true

Cooling Systems: Central A/C

Is New Construction: No

 

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Connecticut Fireworks Displays for 2014

by Harriman Real Estate on June 30, 2014

Happy 4th of July

The Fourth of July holiday is upon us, so we are pleased to provide this list of upcoming public fireworks around the state. All dates and time are as accurate as possible; for further information or confirmation of dates and times, please contact the appropriate city or town government:

July 1 (Tuesday)

Vernon: fireworks at 9:40 p.m. at Henry Park (rain date July 2)

Have a Happy and Safe Fourth of July!July 2 (Wednesday)

Meriden — Hubbard Park 9:00 p.m. (Rain Date July 3)

July 3 (Thursday)

Danbury — Danbury Fair Mall at dusk. (Rain Date July 5)
Dayville / Killingly — Owen Bell Park (Part of Red, White & Blue BBQ)
Derby — Along the Housatonic River. (Rain date July 5)
Killingly – Red, White and Blue BBQ at Owen Bell Park. Fireworks at 9:15 p.m.
Middletown — Festival begins at 6:30, fireworks at 9:30.
Naugatuck – Old Firehouse Road, downtown Naugatuck. Festivities begin at 6, Fireworks at 9:15 p.m. (Rain Date July 5)
Norwalk — Calf Pasture Beach In East Norwalk. Festivities start @ 5:30 p.m. (Rain Date July 5)
Shelton — Riverwalk/Veterans Park (Rain date July 5). Music at 7, fireworks at dark.
Simsbury — Talcott Mountain Music Festival (Rain date July 5)
Stamford — Off Cummings Park
Stratford — Short Beach Park. Fun starts at 7:00, fireworks at 9:30 p.m. (Rain Date July 5th)
West Haven – Bradley Point Park 9 p.m. (Rain date July 5)
Westport — Compo Beach at 9:15 p.m. (Rain date July 5th)

2014 Fireworks Displays in CT     July 4 (Friday)

Bristol/Southington — Lake Compounce 10 p.m.
Cheshire — Kurtz Farm Property 9:30 p.m.
Fairfield — Jennings or Penfield Beach (Rain Date July 5)
Madison — West Wharf Beach 9:30 (Rain Date July 6)
Middlebury — 3D Fireworks at Quassy Amusement Park
New Britain — Stanley Quarter  Park. Fireworks approx. 9:15 p.m.
New Canaan — Waveny Park, 9:15 p.m.
New Haven — East Rock Park 9 p.m.

Norwich — July 4th Extravaganza, Howard T. Brown Memorial Park 6 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Ridgefield — Ridgefield High School at Dusk (Rain Date July 6)
Rowayton — Bayley Beach at 9:15 p.m. (Rain Date July 5)
Washington — Behind Shepaug High School 9:30 p.m.
Weston — Weston Middle School 9:20 p.m. (Rain Date July 5)
Wilton — Wilton High School Athletic Complex 9:30 p.m.

July 5 (Saturday)

Bristol — Muzzy Field approximate time 9:30 p.m.
Darien — Darien High School. begins at about 9:00 p.m.
Greenwich — BinneyPark and Greenwich Point Park. Begins at Dusk (Rain date July 6)
Lakeville – Lime Rock Park 9 p.m.
Manchester – Manchester Community College 9:30 p.m.
New Milford — Fort Hill/Still Meadow 9: 30 p.m. (Rain Date July 6)
Torrington – Torrington Middle School 9:15 p.m.
Wallingford — Sheehan high school grounds. 9:15 p.m.
Waterbury — Municipal Stadium on Watertown Ave. Gates open at 6, fireworks at 9. (Rain date July 6)

2014 Fireworks Displays in CTJuly 6 (Sunday)

Putnam — Rotary Park. Fireworks at Dusk

July 11 (Friday)

Stafford Springs — Stafford Motor Speedway 9:00 p.m.
Farmington — Tunxis Hose Co. Fireman’s Carnival  9:30 p.m. (Rain Date July 12)
Windsor Locks — Windsor Locks Fire Department Carnival. Veteran’s Memorial Park at 9:30 p.m. (Rain Date July 12)

July 12 (Saturday)

Beacon Falls — Family Day Fireworks Celebration at Pent Road recreation complex, fireworks start at dusk.
East Hartford — Riverfest On Connecticut River. Entertainment at 4:00 p.m., Fireworks at 9:00 p.m. (Rain Date July 13)
Groton — Sailfest 2013. 9:00 p.m. Thames River Waterfront
Guilford – Guilford Fairgrounds approximate time 9:30 p.m.
Hartford — Riverfest On Connecticut River. Entertainment at 4:00 p.m., Fireworks at 9:00 p.m. (Rain Date July 13)
New London — Sailfest 2013. 9:00 p.m. Thames River Waterfront

July 13 (Sunday)

Enfield — Town Fourth of July Celebration, 9:45 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

July 19 (Saturday)

Bridgeport — Harbor Yard after Bluefish game.
East Lyme — Fireworks over Niantic Bay 9:00 p.m.
Newington — 33rd Annual Extravaganza at Mill Pond Park.

July 27 (Sunday)

Bridgeport — Harbor Yard after Bluefish game.

2014 Fireworks Displays in CT   August 1 (Friday)

Orange Volunteer Firemans Carnival, Orange Fairgrounds 10:30 p.m.

   August 2 (Satur  day)

Orange Volunteer Firemans Carnival, Orange Fairgrounds 10:45 p.m.

   August 9 (Saturday)

Bridgeport — Harbor Yard after Bluefish game.

   August 22 (Friday)

Terryville — Terryville Fair 10 p.m.

   August 23 (Saturday)

Bridgeport — Harbor Yard after Bluefish game.

August 30 (Saturday)

Bridgeport — Harbor Yard after Bluefish game.

September 5 (Friday)

Stafford Springs — Stafford Motor Speedway 9:00 p.m.

September 13 (Saturday)

Bridgeport — Harbor Yard after Bluefish game.

As always, Harriman Real Estate LLC wishes our friends, family, customers and clients a safe and happy Independence Day!

Happy Independence Day!

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44th Annual Most Holy Trinity Bazaar Starts Tomorrow!

by Harriman Real Estate on June 1, 2014

Started in 1971, the bazaar is celebrating their 44th year!Seems like the Church of the Resurrection Carnival was just yesterday, and now here comes the next entrant in the Wallingford carnival season, the Most Holy Trinity Bazaar!

Beginning Monday night, June 2nd, and running through Saturday, June 7th, this popular event is in its 44th year of providing fun and excitement for kids of all ages. Located at Most Holy Trinity Church at 84 No. Colony Road in Wallingford, this edition of the bazaar once again promises to have enough food, rides, games, prizes, plants, raffles and fun on tap to keep everyone happy! Here is a sample of what will be going on over the 6 days of the bazaar:

  • Thursday only: one free ride ticket with every 25 ride ticket sheet @ $22.00
  • Wrist Bands nightly: Ride all rides for $22 every night
  • Special Saturday matinee: ride all rides as often as you can for only $20 from 2-6 PM
  • Lots of fun for everyone at the 44th Most Holy Trinity Bazaar!50/50 cash drawings nightly (winner MUST be present)
  • Parish Council Raffle: $5 per chance, 6 prizes to be awarded ranging from $250 up to the grand prize of $5,000!
  • Basket drawing Saturday night at 8PM (winner need not be present)
  • Special features including a Country Store, Candy Shoppe, games of skill and chance, Dunking Booth, jewelry, kiddie fish pond
  • Nightly food specials, including a Ziti Dinner on Wednesday night, Strawberry Shortcake on Thursday and Friday, a Spanish chicker dinner on Friday and Saturday, and Clams-on-the-Half Shell Wednesday through Saturday

As you can see, there’s a lot going on so gather up the kids and head over to Most Holy Trinity Bazaar this week for good times and good food. The excitement kicks off at 6 PM Monday night, so make your plans now and we’ll see you there!

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