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Sleeping Giant State Park
Sleeping Giant State Park, Hamden

Fall Hikes & Outdoor Recreation
Regional Trails

Fall is great time to enjoy the region's parks and trails. All of the towns in Greater New Haven have worked with the South Central Regional Council of Governments to create online trail maps for their communities. You can see the overview of the trails by clicking here. To select trails by town, please click here.

For a list of regional parks, please click here.

Shoreline Arts Trail Open Studios
Shoreline ArtsTrail Open Studios Weekend
November 11 & 12, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
www.shorelineartstrail.com

During Shoreline ArtsTrail Weekend, artists from Branford, Guilford, and Madison participate in this juried, two-day event, presenting works in cut paper, fiber, found objects, glass, jewelry, metal, mixed media, paint, photography, pottery, print making, sculpture, textiles and more. Open Studios Weekend is free and open to the public, and there's something for everyone! Click here for a full list of shoreline locations where you can find printed maps.

Additional Events

Fitstyle Walking Tours

Nov. 3: Fitstyle Walking Tour: Arts New Haven
exercise + art + cocktail
Explore New Haven arts and find time for some exercise! Join Shana Schneider, a New Haven resident and group fitness instructor, for a moderately paced walking tour. See some of New Haven's public sculptures, theaters, museums, and end with a toast to the art of the cocktail at 116 Crown!

Nov. 3-5: Fitstyle Walking Tour: New Haven
Explore Yale and Downtown New Haven in 5,000 steps! See the city and find time for exercise with this moderately paced walk. You'll be guided by Shana, a Yale alumna, New Haven resident, and certified group fitness instructor.

Register here: https://www.fitstylebyshana.com/events/

New Haven Restaurant Week
November 5-10
www.infonewhaven.com/restaurantweek
 
Please visit our calendar for additional events.

This newsletter is produced in collaboration with the South Central Regional Council of Governments. www.scrcog.org