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2017 Our Lady of Fatima Church Carnival

July 30, 2017

Our Lady of Fatima Parish in Yalesville is hosting its annual carnival beginning at 6PM on August 1st and running through 10PM on August 5th. This is always a highly anticipated event in the community and never falls short in fun, food, entertainment and excitement! Read on for some of the highlights: Entertainment Wednesday: DJ […]

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25th Annual Hyperflite Skyhoundz Frisbee Dog Competition

July 25, 2017

When I was a kid, we had a dog who loved to chase frisbees. Notice I said “chase”, not “catch”. If you threw the frisbee, Shep would run underneath it and watch it until it hit the ground, then he’d wait until it was finished bouncing, rolling, skidding or otherwise came to a full stop […]

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47th Annual Most Holy Trinity Bazaar Coming Up

June 3, 2017

Don’t look now, but the 47th edition of the Most Holy Trinity Bazaar is coming up fast! Beginning Monday night, June 5th, and running through Saturday, June 10th, this popular event is in its 47th year of providing fun and excitement for kids of all ages. Located at Most Holy Trinity Church at 84 No. […]

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Wallingford Community Pool Opening Soon

May 13, 2017

The days are getting longer, the kids will be out of school soon, and the temperatures are finally getting warmer and warmer. What better way to handle those three events than by taking a cooling dip in the community pool? Wallingford’s Community Pool will open on June 17th until August 13th and will be open […]

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Support Wallingford Businesses on Small Business Saturday 2016

November 25, 2016

Support Wallingford Businesses on Small Business Saturday 2016 Thanksgiving has passed, the turkey and stuffing and pies are either all gone or in the fridge waiting for the next few meals, and everyone’s attention has turned to those two other days that signal the start of the frantic madness that is the Holiday Shopping Season: […]

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Wallingford’s Trail of Terror Gets Reanimated!

September 28, 2016

Wallingford’s Trail of Terror Gets Reanimated! Are you easily frightened? Does your heart race when you’re in unfamiliar surroundings? Do you watch scary movies with one eye closed through a tiny gap between your fingers? If so, then you may want to avoid one of the area’s most “spook”-tacular attractions this October. Or at least […]

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2016 Wallingford Gardeners Market

July 5, 2016

The Wallingford Gardeners Market is set to kick off its 17th year of operation this Saturday, the 9th, at 9:00am sharp! Come down to the Railroad Station Green and visit the many local vendors who will be displaying and selling their produce, flowers, products and services. Support our local economy and purchase direct from the […]

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Local Area Fireworks Displays 2016

June 30, 2016

The Independence Day holiday is upon us, so we are pleased to provide this list of upcoming public fireworks displays 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 (Friday) Oxford: Quaker Farms School […]

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Art Open House Features Patricia Tencza Reig

January 31, 2016

Since the start of January it has been our pleasure to feature the work of another local artist on our “Wallingford Inspires…” art wall, Patricia Tencza Reig. Pat is a 5th generation Wallingford resident and retired nurse. She started with with pen and ink designs but now favors smooth pastels as her favorite medium, and […]

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Christmas Tree Pickup in Wallingford and Meriden

December 30, 2015

Christmas Tree Pickup in Wallingford and Meriden Now that Christmas is over and 2016 is staring us in the face, many people may be wondering what to do with that Christmas tree before it drops all its needles all over the living room rug. Here’s the info you need for both Wallingford and Meriden: Wallingford […]

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