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    Last week, I informed you about numerous summer activities for youth in New Haven. Here's another great option to add to the list!

    Camp New Haven is a completely free camp for any New Haven resident between the ages of 8 and 12. Camp New Haven runs July 1-August 2 from 8 am to 5 pm on Monday through Friday (no camp on July 4th). Camp New Haven features swimming, hiking, weekly trips and presentations by expert speakers. Transportation, breakfast, lunch and afternoon snack are provided. Applications and medical forms must be completed and submitted by June 14th.

    For more information--and the application forms, go here .

    This Sunday at Lighthouse Park Carousel: the 13th Annual Lead Awareness Picnic The New Haven Health Department’s Bureau of Environmental Health is teaming up with the Yale Lead and Healthy Homes Program to host the 13th Annual Lead Awareness Picnic in the Lighthouse Park Carousel Building on Sunday, June 9th, from 11:00AM to 3:00PM. This free community event aims to educate local families about childhood lead poisoning prevention through educational booths, giveaways and entertainment that parents and children of all ages can enjoy.

    New Project Storefront Entrepreneur to Preview this Friday!

    The latest Project Storefront entrepreneur will be artist Sara Scranton, her company, Lipgloss Crisis, will be a combination art gallery, event space and retail shop featuring locally made goods. The grand opening of Scranton’s Project Storefront is on June 15th, but this Friday’s “On 9” will feature a preview—along with live jazz and light refreshments. So stop by Project Storefront at 756 Chapel Street this Friday, June 7th from 5 to 8 pm. For other events for this Friday’s “On 9”, go here

    Events

    Jun 7. Opening Reception: Making Waves: New Work by Margot Nimiroski. Reynolds Fine Art. 5-8pm. www.reynoldsfineart.com

    Jun. 7. Arcade Improvised Music @ Project Storefronts. 756 Chapel St. $10 suggested donation. 6pm.

    Jun. 7. Amina Figarova Sextet. Firehouse 12. 8:30- 10pm. http://firehouse12.com

    Jun 7. Jeff Fuller & Friends. Sage Amerian Grill. 7:30-10:30pm. www.sageamerican.com

    Jun. 8. Audubon Arts on the Edge. free, family-oriented music, dance, and circus performances, hands-on arts-and-crafts activities, and interactive educational programs. Rain or shine! 12-5pm.

    Jun. 8. Family fun with the artists from ‘Toonskin! Artspace. Artists Colleen Coleman, Jasmine Murrell, Kenya (Robinson), and Jacolby Satterwhite lead free activities and workshops for children ages 7-12. 12-5pm.

    Jun 8. Field Walk w/the Farmer. Common Ground. 10:30am. www.commongroundct.org

    New Haven Museum Open House. Jun 8. 1-4pm. newhavenmuseum.org

    Jun. 8. Audubon Arts on the Edge. Free, family-oriented music, dance, and circus performances, hands-on arts-and-crafts activities, and interactive educational programs. 12-5pm. http://ow.ly/lftdC

    Jun. 8. Music from Around the World with Jake Epstein, Wes Brown, Dr. Royal Hartigan. Old School Saloon . 8-10pm. www.oldeschoolsaloonandbistro.com/
    [6/5/2013]


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