7.13.19: Family Affairs

From early in the morning until late at night, today it’s all about FAMILY! For the 8 am shoot, Stella goofs around with her Dad and her sister at the Boulevard Flea Market (oldest in Connecticut!). In the 9 am hour, Sara documents food for body and soul at the Wooster Square Farmers Market and Loaves & Fishes at Episcopal Church of St. Paul and St. James, paying tribute to family histories of struggle and resilience. At 11 am, Isaias tells us about family life in his home town of Riobamba, Ecuador, as we ramble around The Green. While we’re in the neighborhood, Carol gives us a glimpse of the final resting place of some of New Haven’s early families in the crypt of Center Church on The Green. We join Mabel at 2 pm to walk in the footsteps of a favorite family stroll along the Vision Trail, created in 1995 in conjunction with a New Haven hosting of the Special Olympics . Yreli’s whole family–including Bobby The Dog!–gets into the act for her 8 pm shoot at Wilbur Cross High School. At 10 pm, Evan celebrates his figurative and literal educational families at the two high schools he attends: New Haven Academy, and EAC where his artist Mom is a teacher!

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