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Lobster, Beer, Wine, Cheese, Music, and More: 9 Must Attend Connecticut Festivals in September

8 Sep

If you’re one of those people who say there is nothing going on in Connecticut at all in September, then you must be loco en la cabeza.  There is an amazing variety of food focused festivals happening, especially in September.  We’ve been keeping track of some of the most exciting events that will make your taste buds tingle and we’ve arranged them here for you.  Now, your only problem might be trying to figure out how you’ll hit up 3 festivals in the same day.  Trust us…it can be done.  If you know of any more festivals in (or closely around) Fairfield County, please let us know.

9/15

1) Slice of Saugatuck

9/15 at multiple locations in the Saugatuck area of Westport (see our post for map)

Noon to 3 pm

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Slice of Saugatuck Festival: $5 for a big slice of food, wine, and fun in Westport

2 Sep

Please click through to see the full map on the Slice of Saugatuck page.

Right by the water in Saugatuck you’ll find three streets that form a giant triangular “slice” of life for Westporters and Connecticuters.  Railroad Place is to the north, Riverside Avenue by the water is to the west, and Franklin Street is to the-wait for it…east.  Whether you want to go out for some food, check out the variety of wine, beer, and liquor, or find something exciting to do, this area of Westport isn’t lacking one bit.  And, to help you see this and to celebrate it we have the Second Annual Slice of Saugatuck!

You’ll be able to check it out on Saturday, 9/15 from noon to 3 pm by only paying a measly, tiny, incomprehensible $5 at one of the festival entrances.  Just think about it:  $5.  5$.  Five dollar entrance.  If you got that joke, you’re as lame as us, btw.  Well, what do you get in return for that $5?  First of all, you help to raise money for Homes for Hope/Gillespie Center Food Pantry. Secondly, to put it bluntly, your own little slice of heavenFree food samples, free wine and liquor samples, free live music, free rides on a kayak, learn how to fly fish, take a tour of their historical fire house, stock up on discounts/coupons, watch a Tae Kwon Do demonstration, check out all the local shops, and–yes–more.

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