Aug. 2 - 14th annual Children's Circus, 5 p.m. Grand finale of 14th annual Children's Circus. Bring blanket or lawn chair.
Rain date is Aug. 3 at noon. Tickets: $4 adults, $2 students and senior
citizens. Macdonough Elementary School, Spring Street, Middletown. Information:
June 21 - "Swing Into Summer" Fiesta!, 5:30-8 p.m. Listen to sounds of
swing by Strictly Swing, then learn dance moves by professionals. Riverfront
July 6 - RiverFest2002: "America Celebrates Freedom," 4-10 p.m. Held
at multiple venues on the riverfront. Food, activities, entertainment and more.
Grand finale is fireworks from barge on Connecticut River.
July 9 - Hartford FoxForce Tennis Tournament, 7 p.m. Riverside Park.
July 10 - Hartford FoxForce Tennis Tournament, 7 p.m. Riverside Park.
July 12 - Hartford FoxForce Tennis Tournament, 7 p.m. Riverside Park.
July 19 - Hartford FoxForce Tennis Tournament, 7 p.m. Riverside Park.
July 21 - Hartford FoxForce Tennis Tournament, 5 p.m. Riverside Park.
July 23 - Hartford FoxForce Tennis Tournament, 7 p.m. Riverside Park.
July 27-28 - Latin Festival Fiesta del Rio, noon-10 p.m. Celebration includes
performance by Puerto Rican Philharmonic Orchestra. Riverfront Plaza.
Aug. 3 - Lincoln Life Music Series, 7:30 p.m. Hartford Pops Band. Riverfront
Aug. 17-18 - Italian Festival: Front Street Reunion II, noon-10 p.m. Riverfront
Aug. 24 - African American Festival: "Joy on the River" Gospel Fest,
noon-10 p.m. Celebrating culture through music, food and festivities. Riverfront
Information: 860-713-3131; www.riverfront.org.
For FoxForce information, www.foxforce.com;
July 12-14 - Produced by Downtown New London Association, event features free
musical entertainment on three stages (headliner, Max Creek, July 12; NRBQ,
afternoon of July 14), hands-on museum village, craft and food vendors,
amusement rides, car show, tall ships and more. Fireworks begin 9:25 p.m. on
Majority of events are free. Held in downtown New London, Bank Street.
Information: 860-444-1879; www.sailfest.org.
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