Bicentennial Birthday Beach Bash

Lighthous point in NHDate: Friday, June 3 from 5-9pm – Reservations Required
Limit: 150 max, so REGISTER AND PAY EARLY – AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT
Ticketed Reservations: $30 adults, $10 children 12 or under, and $60 for a family
Theme: Trinity 200th  and Andy Kotylo Farewell Party
Location: Carousel Building at Lighthouse Point Park, click here for directions and more information.
Parking: Free parking – tell the attendant at the park entrance you are coming to the Trinity Church party at the carousel
Catering: New Haven Pizza Truck

Trinity will hold a Bicentennial Birthday Beach Bash in the Carousel Building at Lighthouse Point Park.  There will be a pizza truck, beer, wine, cappuccino/espresso, salad,  and cake. COME EARLY AND ENJOY THE BEACH AND VIEWS. Rides on the historic Looff Carousel begin at 5:00.  There will be games and prizes – fun for everyone.

It is rumored that Harry Croswell will attend and be available for photographs.  There will also be Bicentennial T-shirts, choir cards, and Trinity’s excellent books for sale.

Registration is officially closed.  If you want to try to see if there is an opening, or you want to cancel a registration, call Barbara Lamb at 203-931-9090.

 

Pizza truck in New HavenNew Haven Pizza Truck

Click here or on the image to see the wide variety of pizzas on offer from the “Rolling Wood Fired Pizzeria”

Andy KotyloFarewell to Andy

Come bid farewell to Andy Kotylo who will be leaving us in June. Our wonderful and talented Associate Director of Music has accepted the position of Organist and Choirmaster of St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church in Columbia, SC.

 

Carousel BuildingThe Looff Carousel

The carousel was built by Looff, Carmel and Murphy  in 1911. Each of the carousel horses are beautifully carved and painted, and the tails for the horses are real horse hair. It has 4 rows and a Stinson Band Organ.

For a slide show of the horses, click here or on the picture.