Become a Museum Docent!
Are you a lifelong learner with a passion for sharing history? Find out about becoming a Museum Docent! Docents are volunteers who are trained to present historic tours of the Town Green and the 1750 Ogden House to students and adults.
The Fairfield Museum Docent Program is both intellectually stimulating and socially rewarding and includes readings and discussions on various topics in American history and education. Education Staff will present an overview of docent opportunities followed by highlights of the Historic Town Green walking tour.
Whether you’ve lived here for many years or you are new to the area, discover the rewards of sharing the rich history of our town and region to students, families and adults. Training opportunities are ongoing, come join us! Please call Christine Jewell, Director of Education, at 203-259-1598 for more information.
Docent Orientation & Tour
Friday, May 27, 2016 10:30am – 11:30am
Coffee and refreshments will be served. Free, RSVP to Christine Jewell, Director of Education at 203-259-1598.
Find out more about becoming a Fairfield Museum Docent! Discover the rewards of volunteering and find out more about our opportunities. We especially need volunteers to conduct house tours at the 1750 Ogden House.
Reflections from Our Current Docents:
I thought it was a great way for me to give service to my town by putting my own experience and interest to work. ~ Barbara