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We take play very seriously. While we may be best known for our culture and dining our outdoor attrac- tions are equally outstanding. In April everyone heads outside to enjoy the first hint of spring and the annual festivals cel- ebrating the new season. The Daffodil Fes- tival in Hubbard Park in Meriden radiates a golden glow with its 600001 blooms while the Japanese cherry blossoms along Wooster Street are fleeting but stunning. Hiking and biking rev up after their winter hiatus and the town centers hum with activity. Summer may unofficially kick off on Memorial Day but the definitive ar- rival of the season for the region is the International Festival of Arts Ideas. This two-week event marks the beginning of the regions fairs and festivals. From arts and crafts to corn and potatoes there is something for everyone. Our sparkling beaches also beckon including two beachfront State Parks Hammonas- set Beach Madison and Silver Sands Milford. The boardwalk in West Haven draws residents and visitors alike for an evening stroll. As summer departs autumn brings new delights including the North Haven and Durham agricultural fairs. As in most New England towns fall is highlighted by natures display of dazzling foliage. Typically peak viewing is enjoyed from mid-October through mid-November depending on fickle Mother Nature. When youre here checking out the leaves is the perfect time to pick your own apples and pumpkins at one of our many farms. The holidays arrive with traditional tree lightings and festive musical and theatrical performances. Shoppers will delight at the wide assortment of unexpected offerings from our unique boutiques and exciting pop-up shops. You can welcome the New Year with the annual hike at Sleeping Giant State Park or the Polar Plunge at Lighthouse Point Park as each is breathtaking in its own way. Enjoy the exhilaration while ski- ing tubing and snowboarding at Powder Ridge Mountain and Resort. Soon the eagles will return to the Connecticut River and the seals to the Thimble Islands in March and spring will make its glorious return. For year-round play check out the brand new Jordans Furniture on Long Wharf. In addition to its sofas and tables it also offers a spectacular recreation center IT including the largest indoor ropes course in the world. As summer departs autumn brings new delights leisure It at Jordans Furniture CALL 1-800-332-STAY 37