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Stage II is the second venue for performances at the Long Wharf Theater. Plays are performed at the main stage or stage II. A favorite among theater lovers, the Long Wharf Theater presents productions from drama, comedy, musicals to classic operas as well. World-class jazz artists have also performed here. Check website for latest schedules.
Football fans everywhere are indebted to Yale coach Walter Camp for his 1879 codifying of American football as we know and love it today. Yale's Bulldogs play against other Ivy League teams from September through November, and, in alternate years, the renowned Harvard-Yale game attracts audiences and fans from afar. This is a big sporting event in New Haven and if you have the chance to catch a game, it is well worth it. Tailgate parties start the festivities prior to the match, so grab a picnic lunch and party in the parking lot before the big event. Games are played at Yale Bowl.
Reese Stadium is home of the Yale Bulldogs soccer and lacrosse teams. The modern stadium features state-of-the-art amenities for athletes and spectators alike. In addition to the regular matches played at the stadium, it also plays host to various other special sporting events.
This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services. Check website for local prayer times.
The Heritage Center was established in the year 1984, and is located at George Street, and is adjacent to the famous St.Micheal Catholic Church of New Haven. Around 75 years ago, it started off as a small initiative with a few photographs, and today the center has grown to seven huge exhibition rooms, and includes historical documents of all Ukrainians settled in New Haven and Connecticut, a collection of Ukrainian artifacts and costumes, and other major literary resources, which includes more than 4000 books in both English and Ukrainian language and are available on a lending basis. This initiative has not only preserved the culture and heritage of Ukraine, but also given a platform to showcase the true rich culture and heritage of Ukraine to the world. The center is open on weekends i.e. Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and entry is free for all.