Summer comes to an end . . . so we savor the last minutes to experience our favorite places and enjoy family leisure time!  Here we give you some ideas of Labor Day Events in CT.

Friday, September 1

Woodstock Fair begins and continues through the entire long weekend.

Haddam Neck Fair  through Monday, 9/4

Saturday, September 2

Goshen Fair  through Monday, 9/4

Corn Maze Grand Opening at Lyman Orchards in Middlefield ($1 of every ticket is donated to the American Cancer Society)

Railroad Day in Willimantic at the CT Eastern Railroad Museum

Open Farm Days at Common Ground in New Haven let your family explore a beautiful urban farm, dig and taste in the children’s garden, and ask farm staff your backyard gardening and composting questions. Every Saturday @ 10 a.m.-2 p.m. *Free*

Last Saturday Carload Day at Quassy Amusement Park say goodbye to summer with the $45 parking included rate (up to 10 persons in your car)!

Annual Free Day to Prudence Crandall’s birthday and Connecticut Freedom Trail Month with craft with craft demonstrations, games on the lawn, music and museum tours at Prudence Crandall Museum in Canterbury *Free*

Meet The Artisans & Artists, Olde Mystic Village through Monday

Sunday, September 3

Summer concert with the sounds of U.S. Coast Guard at Fort Trumbull in Groton @ 1 p.m. (*Rain date – 1pm, Monday, September 4) *Free*

Monday, September 4

Newtown Labor Day Parade @ 9:30-11:30 a.m. *Free*  The only town we know of in Connecticut that hosts a parade for this holiday!

Head out early morning for apple picking in CT – use our post as a resource!

A lot of effort is made to give you accurate information but it’s always best to “be safe than sorry” by calling the organizations ahead of your visit!

Remember events added daily so check the Kidtivity Events Calendar for more weekend happenings and fun things to do with kids in CT every day of the year.