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13 Arts Culture Lifestyle Arts Residents enjoy arts and culture on a grand scale in Greater New Haven. Works by Constable Monet Warhol and other legendary artists on display at our world-class are just the tip of the paint brush. Prefer your art al fresco Stroll the Madison Sculpture Mile gaze at Varinis Square with Four Circles in Temple Plaza or download the walking art tour maps of New Haven and Yale University. There is more to our art scene than the celebrated artists of yesteryear. Local galleries showcase the painting pottery sculpture and jewelry created by homegrown artists. The Yale Rep the Shubert and Long Wharf Theatre produce award winning plays featuring current stars as well as up and coming actors. The music scene includes landmark pieces from the Yale School of Music jazz at Firehouse 12 and the latest red-hot bands at College Street Music Hall. History New Haven founded in 1638 is the first planned city in America. Serving as the center of commerce at its inception the New Haven Green is now a popular spot for walking picnics concerts and special events. Throughout the region one need only view the architecture to see Greater New Havens evolution from a colonial settlement to a collection of modern towns and cities. The Henry Whitfield House State Museum c.1639 in Guilford is the oldest house in Connecticut and the oldest stone house in New England. This unusual stone building was constructed in 1639 for Henry Whitfield one of the founders of Guilford. For something more modern dont miss Ingalls Rink at Yale known by locals as the Yale Whale designed by Eero Saarinen. To learn more about our past the New Haven Museum provides a comprehensive overview of the history of the City of New Haven while the historical societies of the suburban towns weave their own tales. The Yale University Campus Tour is a must-do for history buffs. As the stories of New Haven and Yale are so interconnected the tour serves as both a welcome to Yale University and the City of New Haven. 806 State Street New Haven 203.777.6670 DINE AL FRESCO IN THE GARDEN AT LORCIO Serving Contemporary Italian Cuisine LOrcios menus feature in house made specialty pastas like pappardelle gnocchi and ravioli. Chef dAmuri also works his magic preparing a variety of sh and meat dishes daily. Serving Lunch Fridays Dinner Tuesday - Sunday Private Room Available D A N C E S I N G P L AY NEIGHBORHOOD MUSIC SCHOOL NEIGHBORHOOD MUSIC SCHOOL100 audubon new haven call today 203.624.5189 DANCE Drama Music More NewHavenLiving Follow us on Facebook Twitter NewHavenLiving 13