Sprucing up for Sailfest

Juan Lopez, an employee of Doolan Amusements of Stuart, FL., washes the Surf City funhouse, in preparation for Sailfest, in the public parking lot along Eugene O'Neill Drive in New London, Thursday, July 9, 2015.

Find our complete coverage all this weekend at theday.com/sailfest.

Tune into theday.com on Saturday night to catch our Sailfest live stream of the Mashantucket Pequot Fireworks Extravaganza with hosts Rick Koster and Kathleen Edgecomb. Musical selections from the U.S. Coast Guard Band will accompany the fireworks show. Our live coverage will begin at 9:10 p.m.

And join in our ongoing coverage throughout the weekend sharing your photos via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram using the #Sailfest hashtag

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