Locally-sourced food, art and music on tap for Wednesday’s Eat in the Street event in New London
New London — The city’s next Eat in the Street event will be held Wednesday and feature everything from decorative oyster shell art to beers from Connecticut breweries to a local fashion show.
The theme of the event is “Locally-Sourced Food, Art, Music, and Fireworks.” Many restaurants will have tables in the street, which will be decorated according to this month's theme. There also will be vendors and roaming entertainment on the street, along with music at several locations and entertainment for the kids. Hygienic Art will show movies in the art park.
The night’s grand finale will be fireworks at 9 p.m. on top of the Water Street parking garage. There will be a special event parking rate of $5 in the garage.
“Eat in the Street” events are held the first Wednesday of every month, and they will run through September. Bank Street will be closed to traffic from 4 to 10 p.m. each night of the event.
On Sept. 1, the “Eat in the Street,” theme will be “Celebrating Latin Heritage.”
For more information please visit https://downtownnewlondonassociation.com/.
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