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Head to Meriden, See Daffodils

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    It's time for the annual daffodil festival in Meriden's Hubbard Park.

    Daffodil days are here. 

    We’re not talking about just a few flowers, but try 650,000 flowers in 61 different varieties of the sign of spring.The 32nd annual festival will happen this weekend at Meriden’s Hubbard Park.
     
    You’ll find daffodils in all corners of the 1,800 acre park, along with games, amusement rides, food, entertainment and shopping. 
     
    The gates open on Saturday at 10 a.m. and the fireworks begin at 8:30 p.m. Tens of thousands flock to Meriden each spring to see the flowers and enjoy the festival.
     
    Because of that, you’ll need to take a shuttle bus to Hubbard Park. There’s no parking at the park during the festival, but the buses are free, as is the parking.
     
    The festival runs Sunday from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.
     
    Entrance to the festival is also free.