CELEBRATE BLOOMFIELD 2016

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All photographs on this site are İ copyright 2016, Dennis A. Hubbs.

Above and below: Students from the Hartt School of Music on Thursday, June 2nd on the Town Stage, Bloomfield Town Green...

...followed by presentations by the Bloomfield High School Band, Choir and dancers...

The Author's Showcase was a venue for local writers to promote, sign and sell their books on the Town Green on June 4th...

New this year was a Town Center Walk - a historical walking tour of Bloomfield Center

The Wintonbury Historical Society once again ran their popular tours of town from the History Center. Above: Even in the rain, many folks came out for the three minibus runs on Sunday, June 5...

...while WHS member Ron Marchetti narrated the tours that afternoon.

Even Poetry had it's turn in the Community Room at Prosser Public Library, with local poets reading their work along with an open mic session afterward. Above is Bloomfield resident Iris Arenson-Fuller during her presentation to an attentive audience...

A bit of music also entered into the readings!

The first annual Arts and Crafts fair was held under the tent (and outside of it!) on the Town Hall lawn during some excellent weather June 4th.

There were all manner of creative and unusual items, such as these colorful hand-painted bird houses made of gourds...

...and beautiful, brightly-colored hand-crafted glass "bugz!"

The Blue Hills Fire Department made their hats available to any interested children, along with much in the way of fire safety information.

Even a glass-blower artist was on-hand with miniature creations for sale...

Honey, maple syrup and other locally-made products were available...

Celebrate Bloomfield creator and Town Councilman Joel Neuwirth talks with a Tastefully Simple product vendor under the tent.

Photographs of Bloomfield and many other landscapes were on display by Images by Dennis...

"Missy Mouse" stood guard on the front porch of Prosser Public Library, where "Knit in Public" was held for the first time...She was knitted by Bloomfield resident Jo Hansling.

All photographs on this site are İ copyright 2016, Dennis A. Hubbs.

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