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    Labor Day Near The Waypointe!

    August 28, 2014

    Celebrate Labor Day Near The Waypointe!

    Labor Day is a bittersweet holiday, but with plenty of options for Waypointe residents to bid adieu to summer, this three day weekend is sure to be fun. Whether you are looking to relax close to home or head out and see some nearby Connecticut events, you have plenty of great options for this Labor Day weekend.

    Marine Life Study Cruises

    For a great family-friendly option consider the Marine Life Study Cruises. This Friday through Saturday, The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk is offering excursions (departing 1 PM each day) that allow curious kids and adults alike to appreciate the beauty of the Long Island Sound. Whether you are looking to touch a few of the wriggling sea critters, or just appreciate the beauty of being out on the water. This weekend is one of your last chances to enjoy a Marine Life Study Cruise until next year so don't wait--reservations can fill up!

    Labor Day Concert

    If you are looking for more of a common Labor Day experience--with fair foods, BBQ, and picnicking on big grassy fields, then look no further than West Hartford's Labor Day Concert. This year, the annual event features The Hartford Pops Band performing popular songs from Broadway, as well as other musical numbers everyone knows and loves. Located at the West Hartford Town Hall on Labor Day, the Labor Day Concert takes place from 5 PM to 7 PM but attendees are encouraged to arrive early with picnic blankets, snacks, and beverages in tow.

    Of course, a perfect Labor Day can be easily enjoyed at The Waypointe itself! With your easy access to rooftop terraces, grilling areas, and a fire pit why not invite all your friends over for a fun cookout overlooking the city? Or you could always say goodbye to summer by relaxing at the pool--isn't that how you want to remember it, after all?

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