Introducing Norwalk Harbor View at Cove
A Venue with a VIEW
The most beautiful waterfront location in Fairfield County is now available for private parties! We are pleased to announce the opening of Norwalk Harbor View at Cove, a waterfront event venue located at Norwalk Cove Marina.
Home to the popular Ascension Beach Pools for the last 50 years, the site is currently being landscaped and rehabilitated after the destruction wrought by Hurricane Sandy last October.
Our spot is a beautiful location with panoramic views of the Norwalk Islands. Ideal for weddings, family reunions, corporate and social functions, we can accommodate parties of up to 400 guests. Amenities include use of entire 2 acre property with direct beach access, a 40 X 60 tent, caterer cook tent, and new restrooms. Available for bookings after July 1
National Marina Day at Rex Marine Center
Join Us June 8th 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Rex Marine Center is your gateway to the water. On June 8th learn about all the ways your family can enjoy boating on Long Island Sound and the Norwalk Islands. Life is better on the water and we want you there! This event is open to everyone and will feature free boat rides, kayak demos, paddle board fitness, food, maritime aquarium touch tank & much more!
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Restaurants around the Sound - Accessible by Boat !
Now Updated with the Following Recommendations from our Readers:
at Stirling Marina, 1410 Manhasset Ave, Greenport, NY 11944 (631) 477-1515 www.portobellonorthfork.com
The Beer Garden @ Harbor Point Harbor Point North Marina 11 Harbor Point Road, Stamford (203) 316-9044 www.beeratthepoint.com
Milford Many to Choose From.... Click Here
And don't forget something fun right in your back yard:
SONO Marketplace for food, gifts, art and more. 314 Wilson Avenue, South Norwalk, Connecticut 06854 http://sonomarketplace.com
Take the Cove / Rex Shuttle
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Send suggestions to Rick Delfosse
Horseshoe Crab Tagging - This Friday Night
The Maritime Aquarium is seeking volunteers to help attach census tags to horseshoe crabs as they come out of the water to spawn at Calf Pasture Beach. It's all part of a census of horseshoe crabs in Long Island Sound, being led by Dr. Jennifer Mattei of Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, and The Maritime Aquarium is assisting with the census and tagging.
For Information and Tagging Schedule, Click Here
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