The Fairfield Museum is presenting an ambitious series of exhibitions and programs to commemorate Fairfield’s 375th anniversary in 2014!
As one of Connecticut’s earliest settlements, Fairfield endured hardships in its early years, including the Pequot War, witch trials and the American Revolution. Today, the town has evolved into an ideal place to live with beautiful neighborhoods, exceptional education, and a strong sense of community. Fairfield overlooks Long Island Sound, with eight miles of coastline as well as rivers, open spaces, and Mohegan Lake. The places make this town unique, but it’s the generosity of its people that makes it a great place to be. The Fairfield Museum will celebrate the people of Fairfield, from its newcomers to families who have lived here for generations with exhibitions and programs that will highlight music, arts and culture, notable women, early history and what it’s like to grow up in Fairfield.
December 13, 2013 5:00 pmCandlelight at the Ogden House
December 14, 2013 10:00 amCandy House Workshop
December 14, 2013 12:00 pmCandy House Workshop
Open Daily: 10am – 4pm Library Hours
Tue–Fri: 10am – 4pm
Sat: 12 noon – 4pm Admission
Free for Fairfield Museum Members.
Adults: $5, Seniors: $3, Students (6-22): $3 Free for children age 5 and younger. Click here for Google Maps