Programs & Events

Programs and Events

The Fairfield Museum offers a wide range of exhibitions programs for families, children, and adults! Our After School Art & More programs inspire children and adults to discover the world around them. 

Ann_Shaw_Carter-helicopter-TWU_webHistory Bites Lunchtime Chats
Last Wednesday of the Month, 12:30pm – 1:30pm. Members: Free; Non-Members: $5 suggested donation. Please bring a bag lunch, beverage and dessert will be provided.

April 26: Beekeeping Past & Present with Whitney Vose, Fairfield Garden Club
May 31: The Town Green – Growth & Change
June 28: Patriots & Loyalists

Enjoy small bites of Fairfield history while enjoying lunch and engaging in lively conversations. Learn about the best-known stories about Fairfield’s past as well as the lesser-known people, places and events that create our community.

Docent Information Session: Fairfield 101
Friday, April 21, 1pm – 3pm | Monday, May 8, 1pm – 3pm at the Ogden House, 1520 Bronson Road | Saturday, May 13 from 9:30am – 11am

Are you a lifelong learner with a passion for sharing history? Find out about becoming a Museum Docent! Docents are trained volunteer educators who present guided tours and other education programs to students and adults. RSVP to Christine Jewell, 203-259-1598.


Junior Docent Program
Application Deadline: Friday, April 21, 2017

The Fairfield Museum Junior Docent Program provides a unique opportunity for regional high school students to develop important public speaking and engagement skills while learning about and sharing the history of Fairfield and our nation. Read more and download the application here >>