Thursday, June 16, 2016

Miscellany

There are so many places to go and things to see at this time of year.  I have more images to show than days available for them.  How about a grab bag today?




Some cute kids at Lyman Orchard's strawberry festival.


The Elizabeth Park Conservancy had a fundraiser.  The invitation encouraged guests to dress in festive garden party wear.  This gentleman got the memo.


The Yale Repertory Theater is celebrating its 50th year.  Founded in 1966 by Robert Brustein,
the acclaimed dean of the Yale Drama School, the Yale Rep presents
new plays and imaginative stagings of classic plays.



Did I mention that Lego's American headquarters is in Enfield?


Early June is too soon to see White Flower Farm plantings at their peaks.
I might have to go back.


And, this house on Main Street in Farmington caught my eye.

9 comments:

Sharon Anck said...

Oh yes, that house would have caught my eye too. Love the giant legos and the face painting.

William Kendall said...

Fun shots- and yes, that house catches my eye too!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

You can't go wrong with cute kids and face painting Jack :) Aimee is the official 'children's party' face painter over here, she would have had fun with the 'gentleman who got the memo' :)

bill burke said...

Nice grab bag you have there Jack! Looks like an enjoyable time and yes, I would have noticed that huge nice house too :)

Taken For Granted said...

Jack, your grab bag seems full of great stuff. Love the portraits of the kids. They have such happy faces.

RedPat said...

Nice, Jack! I like the Legos!

Joan Perry said...

What a beautiful place at the right time of year. Joan

jennyfreckles said...

Love the man with his face painted, I like folks who enter into the spirit of things.

Kay said...

Wow! That last home - Main St., Farmington - is pretty gorgeous. And I do hope you get back to White Flower farm. (And I wonder: do you think that stuff inside the Lego headquarters is made from Legos?)