Thank You

The New Haven Ballet performs at Audubon Arts on the Edge 2013.

The New Haven Ballet performs at Audubon Arts on the Edge 2013. Amanda May photo.

Thanks to this year’s sponsors, Audubon Arts on the Edge 2013 was a huge success! June 8th was a beautiful day and Audubon Street was a constant flow of families who enjoyed a variety of activities and lots of entertainment on this year’s new, larger stage, which was donated by the City of New Haven.

The Arts Council of Greater New Haven would like to thank our co-organizers, Creative Arts Workshop, ACES Educational Center for the Arts, Neighborhood Music School, and the New Haven Ballet, for all their hard work in making this event come together so beautifully.

The Creative Arts Workshop painting wall is always a popular attraction at Audubon Arts on the Edge. Amanda May photo.

The Creative Arts Workshop painting wall is always a popular attraction at Audubon Arts on the Edge. Amanda May photo.

We would also like to thank our sponsors for their generous contributions: The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven, Kiducation, the Audubon Arts & Retail District, Pfizer, Suzio York Hill, First Niagara, the Department of Economic and Community Development- Connecticut Office of the Arts, The Werth Family Foundation, George A. & Grace L. Long Foundation, and The Ethel & Abe Lapides Foundation.

Additional funding support came from Katahdin Furniture and Elm Advisers, LLC.

The media sponsor was Star 99.9.

Children enjoy hula hooping along Audubon Street during Audubon Arts on the Edge 2013. Amanda May photo.

Children enjoy hula hooping along Audubon Street during Audubon Arts on the Edge 2013. Amanda May photo.

See more photos from this year’s event on our Facebook page.

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