Current & Upcoming Events
Back by popular demand one week only! Featuring over 40 of your Favorite Fairfield Dining establishments. Prix Fixe Lunch and Dinner Specials! Check out your local restaurants and sample someplace new. Pickup your passport book, go to two or more restaurant and have the book stamped, and then enter to win Fabulous Raffle Prizes!
Enjoy feature films showcasing classic rock artists such as the Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, and John Lennon! Doors open at 7 pm, seating is first-come, first-served. Admission is free for members, non-members pay $5/ticket. Tuesday, August 1 – Imagine; Wednesday, August 9 – Shine A Light; Tuesday, August 15 – Tommy; Wednesday, August 28 – The Song Remains The Same
Relive the timeless romance of Jane Austen’s most famous works with the Pequot Library! Offered in conjunction with the Pages from Pequot Special Collections Exhibition, Jane Austen: Insights and Influences, this film series features critically acclaimed hits such as Pride and Prejudice. Free and open to the public, no reservation required. Wednesday, August 2: Love and Friendship (PG – 2016) Wednesday, August 9: Sense and Sensibility (PG – 1995) Wednesday, August 16: Pride and Prejudice (PG – 2005) Wednesday, August…
Twiddle is a thoroughly likable and gifted quartet that hops right into a blend of jazz, rock, reggae and funk to create an upbeat sonic tapestry. It is this blending of genres that makes Twiddle so compelling, and gives their live shows an experimental and lighthearted tone. Doors open at 7 pm. Tickets are $25 pre-order/$30 same day.
Dots and Spheres is on exhibit at the Fairfield University Bookstore Stairwell Art Space. Peter Konsterlie lives and works between Connecticut and New York. He uses drips of paint and spray-paint patterns as a structure for his images to break through, and to be a part of–using tag sale items and unwanted household kitchen objects to make patterns.
Hear Dr. Philip Eliasoph share his lively and candid approach to great artworks. Hear award-winning, Fairfield University Art History Professor and The New York Times’ Education blogger for arts and visual culture, Philip Eliasoph, give an illustrated talk about art masterpieces old and new
The benefit concert is in memory of Robert (Bob) Vitanza, who was taken by Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD) in 2008. All funds raised will be donated directly to the CJD Foundation Inc (CJDF) (http://www.cjdfoundation.org), a 501(c)(3) organization committed to supporting individuals and families affected by this rare and fatal brain disease. Please join us on the path to find a cure!
Join the 11th Annual CancerCare Fairfield Walk or run to celebrate survivors, support those facing cancer and remember those lost while raising funds and awareness for CancerCare’s free, professional support services available to anyone affected by cancer. Families, individuals and teams welcome.
Join Pequot Library and Music for Youth for a panel for students who want to continue their music studies in college. The panel will address how to leverage their music skills in the application process, discuss critical issues concerning financial planning and review the importance of preparing recommendations, résumés, and recordings. The program is free and open to the public. No registration required. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Internationally-recognized and award-winning classical pianist Alex Beyer returns to the Pequot Library. A 2016 bronze medalist in the Queen Elisabeth Competition and Top 5 finalist of the American Pianists Association Awards, Alex has been a guest soloist with the Brussels Philharmonic, the National Orchestra of Belgium, the Royal Orchestra of Wallonia, the Harvard Radcliffe Orchestra, and the Irish National Symphony Orchestra. Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for students. All proceeds from ticketed concerts support Pequot Library free music events!