FAIRFIELD

28 January 2021
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  • Greenfield Hill Dogwood Festival
    c/o Congregational Church
    1045 Academy Road
    Fairfield, CT 06430
    (203) 259-559
    www.facebook.com/GHCCDogwoodFestival

    A celebration timed around the blooming of the pink and white dogwood trees in the area. The village is designated an Historic Site by the National Park Service. Call for dates.

  • Ogden House and Gardens
    1520 Bronson Road
    Fairfield CT 06430
    (203) 259-1598
    www.fairfieldhistory.org/visit/ogden-house

    The 1750 saltbox home built for the farming family of David and Jane Sturges Ogden was one of the few buildings to survive the 1779 burning of Fairfield. The property also includes an 18th century kitchen garden designed and maintained by the Fairfield Garden Club. Special tours are available by appointment.

  • Connecticut Audubon Birdcraft Museum
    314 Unquowa Road
    Fairfield, CT 06430
    (203) 259-0416
    www.ctaudubon.org/birdcraft-home

    The grounds of CABM include the Sanctuary, Museum (original headquarters of the Connecticut Audubon Society) and the Caretaker’s Cottage. Much of the Sanctuary has been restored and is maintained by the Sasqua Garden Club. Call for a changing calendar of programs and events.
    In addition to the Birdcraft Museum, Connecticut Audubon also maintains 6 centers and 20 sanctuaries throughout the state, providing a glimpse into a variety of ecosystems.