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Current & Upcoming Events

Memorial Day Parade

May 28 @ 10:00 am
Fairfield Center
Post Road, Fairfield

Celebrate Memorial Day by attending Fairfield’s annual Memorial Day Parade and Ceremonies sponsored by the Fairfield Memorial Day Committee.  Parade Route: line of march will run East from South Pine Creek Road along the Post Road to the Library, then South along Old Post Road to Flint’s Corner, and then East along Old Post Road passing the Town Green and continuing beyond South Benson Road.

Annual Memorial Day Picnic

May 28 @ 12:00 am - 3:00 pm
Fairfield Museum and History Center
370 Beach Road, Fairfield

The community is invited to bring family and friends, blankets and picnic baskets to extend the festivities at the Fairfield Museum after the Town Parade. Enjoy an afternoon of food, games, crafts, and fun activities for everyone! The Fairfield Museum is a proud member of Blue Star Museums, a program that offers free admission to museums for all active duty, National Guard and Reserve military personnel and their families from Memorial Day through Labor Day.

Day To Night: Stephen Wilkes

May 8 - June 3
Fairfield Museum and History Center
370 Beach Road, Fairfield

Featuring JENNINGS BEACH, FAIRFIELD, DAY TO NIGHT  On view through June 3 Stephen Wilkes of Westport is renowned for his amazing “Day to Night” works, in which he shoots breathtaking landscapes, portrayed from a fixed camera angle for up to 30 hours to capture fleeting moments over the course of a full day and night. View his photographs here at the Museum.  Posters, fine art reproductions, postcards and notecards featuring Wilkes’ newest photograph are now available at the Museum Shop! Open…

The Culper Ring: The Spies of George Washington

May 19 - November 1
Fairfield Museum and History Center
370 Beach Road, Fairfield

Find out how history is interpreted in various media, from graphic novels to historical drama on television. Kirk Manley, graphic artist for the exhibition Culper Ring: The Spies of George Washington  has a series of graphic novel-style panels that tell the dramatic story of the spy ring that operated between New York City, Long Island, and Fairfield during the Revolutionary War. Manley’s new graphic novel will also be available for purchase in the Museum Shop!