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Stonington’s Blessing of the Fleet Festival set for next Sunday


STONINGTON — The 61st annual Blessing of the Fleet will be celebrated on Sunday, July 27, to honor and remember those who have died at sea on the local commercial fishing fleet, as well as to honor and bless the vessels, along with their captains, owners, crews and families, that will go out to sea in the year ahead. The festival will start with a parade beginning after the 10:30 a.m. St. Mary Church Mass service and culminate at the town docks. The festival continues from noon to 4 p.m. with foods, live music by Country Misfits, and miniature golf, all of which is open to the public.

For more information, email cmcirisheyes@aol.com or st.marychurchstonbor@comcast.net.



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