Fairs & festivals of music, food, comedy, arts, ethnic heritage, and more
Fairs and festivals include year-round, multiple-day celebrations of music, food, sports, ethnic holidays, crafts and more, both indoors and outdoors. Often with great seasonal food and mementos to take home.
For more fun activities, see Connecticut Events page
Tolland Agricultural Center, 24 Hyde Avenue (Route 30)
April 25, 2015
This agricultural learning experience features fiber art demonstrations and workshops, sheep dog trials, sheep shearing and a wool fashion show. Premier fiber vendors offer a wide variety of handicrafts. Live music, animals, great food and a kids wool craft corner also. Location: Tolland Agricultural Center, 24 Hyde Avenue. Time: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Hubbard Park, 88 State Street
Meriden, CT, 06451
April 25-26, 2015
Sixty thousand daffodils create a sea of fragrant yellow blossoms throughout the 1,800-acre Hubbard Park in Meriden. See 61 different varieties of daffodils, and enjoy live music, crafts, amusement rides, food, entertainment, and a fireworks display. Plenty of free parking.
Wooster Square at Chapel and Academy streets
New Haven, CT
April 26, 2015
This celebration of spring commemorates the planting of 72 Yoshino Japanese Cherry Blossom trees in 1973. The festival has grown from a modest event with a local band entertaining a handful of neighbors under lighted trees to a major New Haven event. Music, food, exhibits, activities, art show and more.