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Downtown Ridgefield’s Annual Spring Stroll

May 5 @ 9:00 am - 7:00 pm

Downtown Ridgefield's Annual Spring Stroll

Events include a Chalk Festival, baking contest, youth fencing tournament, Art Exhibit and mini jewelry making, Ridgefield Gone Country BBQ Festival, balloon artists, Rock and Roll for ages birth to 3, strolling performers, face painting, Bach to Rock’s Petting Zoo, The Nightingales a Capella group, Keller Williams Cinco de May Party, Pop Music Academy Spring Showcase, and more.

Noted Acoustical Guitarist Doug Hartline to perform at Addessi Jewelers during Downtown Spring Stroll at Litchfield Crossings on May 5th to help kick-off the town’s big weekend – and Addessi’s 70th Anniversary Celebration Sale – during Ridgefield’s annual ‘Spring Stroll’ and Community Center ‘BBQ Festival’ at Lounsbury House. Hartline’s James Taylor-esque sound has been heard at The Inn at Longshore, Levitt Pavilion and The Ridgefield Playhouse, among others. Come and say hi to Doug from 12 to 3pm!

Addessi Jewelers is located at 387 Main Street in Ridgefield. Questions? Call (203) 438-6549 or visit online at addessijewelers.com.

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Date:
May 5
Time:
9:00 am - 7:00 pm
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Location

Downtown Ridgefield
Main Street
Ridgefield,CT06877


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