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Tetreau and Bellitto on the issues for first selectman




Mike Tetreau

Fairfield native Mike Tetreau (D) is the First Selectman, a position he was appointed to when his predecessor Ken Flatto took a job with the Malloy administration. Prior to that he was on the board of finance, on the representative town committee, and planning & zoning. He also has a career in real estate.

Please give your opinion of the Metro Center project and what your actions will be toward it.

The Metro Center is an important engine for economic development in Fairfield. It will provide much-needed additional commuter parking while also attracting new businesses, jobs, and tax revenue. Since taking office as First Selectman last June, I have been working on several fronts to ensure the project is completed on time and with the least impact on taxpayers. A November opening is anticipated. I have negotiated a reimbursement from the state to save taxpayers $3 million. I am continuing to negotiate with Black Rock Realty to obtain a similar contribution. In addition, we are managing the completion of this project to come under the current budget.  Each of these initiatives saves taxpayers money.

Are property taxes too high, too low, or just right and what would your actions be on this issue?

The number-one issue on everyone’s mind is taxes. It is essential that we keep taxes as low as possible. There isn’t a quick fix. I will work with town departments and the schools superintendent to identify long-term options to minimize tax increases and increase productivity. My 25 years of business leadership give me the skills and background to get this done. 

What will be your first action after election?

Completing the Metro Center project at the lowest cost to the taxpayers and putting together a budget that slows the burden on taxpayers. I will continue to communicate with citizens to make sure they are well-informed on initiatives I bring forward.

Is Fairfield better off than it was ten years ago?

In some respects, yes—we have a vibrant downtown and cultural center that is the envy of our neighboring communities. We have a strong commercial sector with low vacancy rates and increasing tax revenue. However, many of our citizens are struggling in this economy. We are seeing more short sales and foreclosures along with a decline in real-estate values. We need real leadership in Town Hall. I saw my mom and dad sell their home but not be able to find a senior-friendly affordable home in our town. We need to provide more services for our seniors, so our seniors can stay here if they choose.

What has led to the changes that have taken place over the last decade?

The stagnant national economy and job losses have been the most significant contributing factors. The continued rise in property taxes, driven by increasing costs for pensions and medical benefits along with the increase in bonding to finance our school building projects, has put a mounting burden on our citizens.  

How do you view the role of the arts community?

Fairfield has become a regional center for the arts. This activity has been a boon to our downtown and commercial sector. It has helped our town become a destination for residents in surrounding towns. The arts benefit us all.

Of what are you most proud about Fairfield?

Fairfielders give back! From the PTA and youth sports to the many boards and nonprofits, our citizens are involved. We are a community that cares, that looks after one another. We value our heritage. And we plan for the future. This is what I am most proud of.

Robert Bellitto

Fairfield native Robert Bellitto (R) is a partner in the law firm Bellitto & Bellitto, LLC, vice chairman of the board of finance, PTA executive board member, and a coach of Fairfield National Little League. He is a graduate of Fairfield Prep (‘86), Fairfield University (‘90), and Suffolk Law School (’93).

Please give your opinion of the Metro Center project and what your actions will be toward it.

The Metro Center began as a promising project, and still has great potential, but it has devolved into a morass of politics, back-room dealings, and massive cost overruns. Former First Selectman Ken Flatto put taxpayers on the hook for millions of dollars in environmental cleanup costs by entering into a secret agreement with the State and Black Rock Realty last year. Interim First Selectman Mike Tetreau has pushed for the completion of the station by election day at an additional cost of $7.5 million. Mr. Tetreau has provided no formal budget or cost breakdown to justify this additional expenditure, which is why I voted against it. As First Selectman, I will explore all legal avenues for restitution, and I will immediately replace all personnel who are found to be responsible for this project’s mismanagement.

Are property taxes too high, too low, or just right and what will your actions be on this issue?

Too high. Taxpayers are willing to pay their fair share for the quality services that Fairfield provides, but times are still tough, and many citizens simply do not have more to give. As First Selectman, I will institute a one year freeze on all discretionary spending in the town’s operational budget to provide immediate tax relief.

What would be your first action upon taking office?

I will review the status of open collective bargaining agreements with the town’s labor attorney, and negotiate new contracts that are fair to town employees and affordable for taxpayers.

Is Fairfield better off now than it was ten years ago?

Overall, no, it is not. That being said, there is much good in the town to build upon. We must better utilize our existing assets, such as our two great universities, our corporate and commercial base, our highly educated workforce, and our geographic advantage of being on the Sound and close to New York City.

What has led to the changes that have taken place over the last decade?

Questionable judgment and lack of planning by the Flatto administration have cost taxpayers millions of dollars and put our town at risk. Madoff. Metro Center. Cost overruns and delays on school building projects and town infrastructure improvements. Secret deals and side letter agreements. A change in leadership can make all the difference going forward. We need Town Hall to stop worrying about what’s politically expedient, and focus on what’s best for Fairfield’s future.

How do you view the role of the arts community?

Fairfield is blessed to have a vibrant arts and cultural scene that improves our quality of life and appeals to people of all ages and interests. Whether your thing is big band concerts on Sherman Green, rock and roll at StageOne, ballet at the Quick Center, exploring our past at the Fairfield Museum, or seeing great works of art at the FAC or Bellarmine Museum, there is truly something for everyone here in Fairfield, and you don’t even need to get on a train.

Of what are you most proud about Fairfield?

Fairfield is a great town because of its diversity. Diversity of neighborhoods, of economy, of culture, and history. Fairfield has always been a town where there is a place at the table for everyone. That is what I will be fighting for as First Selectman.

The election for the four-year term of first selectman is Tuesday, November 8.

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Cost: Adults: $10; Children: $5; Children 5 and under: Free

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Fairfield Museum and History Center
370 Beach Road
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Cost: Free, but donations in support of New Pond Farm's fleecy flock will be welcomed!

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Redding, CT  06896
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Cost: free

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Westport Barnes and Noble Booksellers
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Sponsor: Music on the Hill
Telephone: 203-529-3133
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Ridgefield Library
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Telephone: 203-438-2282
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Pequot Library
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Southport, CT  06890
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Sponsor: Pequot Library
Telephone: 203-259-0346
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Cost: Members: Free; Adult: $5; Seniors & Student: $3; Children under 5: Free

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Fairfield Museum and History Center
370 Beach Road
Fairfield, CT  06824
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Cost: Free

Where:
Stepping Stones Museum for Children
303 West Avenue
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Cost: Free

Where:
Fairfield Museum and History Center
370 Beach Road
Fairfield, CT  06824
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Website »

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Cost: Members: Free; Adult: $5; Seniors & Student: $3; Children under 5: Free

Where:
Fairfield Museum and History Center
370 Beach Road
Fairfield, CT  06824
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Each night from November 20th through December 31st the museum is transformed into a dazzling holiday light extravaganza! Every surface of the museum’s exterior becomes a canvas...

Cost: Free

Where:
Stepping Stones Museum for Children
303 West Avenue
Norwalk, CT  06850
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Telephone: 203-899-0606
Contact Name: Stepping Stones Museum for Children
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The Maritime Garage Gallery’s latest exhibit features works inspired by art in public places. “Street Level ” brings to life the notion that public art can transforms...

Cost: Free

Where:
Maritime Garage Gallery
11 North Water Street
Norwalk, CT  06854
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Sponsor: Norwalk Parking Authority
Telephone: 203-831-9063
Contact Name: Maritime Garage Gallery
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ReTooled: Highlights from the Hechinger Collection, an engaging and thought-provoking look at the unexpected subject of tools, will be on view at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, CT, from September...

Cost: Members and students with ID free. $10-$25

Where:
Bruce Museum
1 Museum Dr
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Telephone: 2034136735
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The Fairfield Chamber of Commerce and FELO (Fairfield Emerging Leaders Organization) will celebrate the holiday season with their 2018 Annual Holiday Party on Wednesday, December 11th, from...

Cost: $45 Chamber Members & FELO Members / $55 non Members

Where:
Fairfield Theatre Company
70 Sanford Street
Fairfield, CT  06824
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Sponsor: Fairfield Chamber of Commerce
Telephone: 203-255-1011
Contact Name: Krista McCormack
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December 1 – December 31, 2018 Monday – Thursday, 10am – 1pm Fridays (December 7, 14, 21, 28), 10am – 7pm Saturday and Sunday, 10am – 4pm Vacation Week, December 24, 26, 27 & 31, 10am...

Cost: Members: Free; Adult: $5; Seniors & Student: $3; Children under 5: Free

Where:
Fairfield Museum and History Center
370 Beach Road
Fairfield, CT  06824
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Each night from November 20th through December 31st the museum is transformed into a dazzling holiday light extravaganza! Every surface of the museum’s exterior becomes a canvas...

Cost: Free

Where:
Stepping Stones Museum for Children
303 West Avenue
Norwalk, CT  06850
View map »


Telephone: 203-899-0606
Contact Name: Stepping Stones Museum for Children
Website »

More information

In this key moment in our national history and the struggle for women’s equality and freedom of expression, the Fairfield Museum’s exhibition “Flappers: Fashion and...

Cost: Free

Where:
Fairfield Museum and History Center
370 Beach Road
Fairfield, CT  06824
View map »


Website »

More information

The Maritime Garage Gallery’s latest exhibit features works inspired by art in public places. “Street Level ” brings to life the notion that public art can transforms...

Cost: Free

Where:
Maritime Garage Gallery
11 North Water Street
Norwalk, CT  06854
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Sponsor: Norwalk Parking Authority
Telephone: 203-831-9063
Contact Name: Maritime Garage Gallery
Website »

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ReTooled: Highlights from the Hechinger Collection, an engaging and thought-provoking look at the unexpected subject of tools, will be on view at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, CT, from September...

Cost: Members and students with ID free. $10-$25

Where:
Bruce Museum
1 Museum Dr
Greenwich, CT  06830
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Telephone: 2034136735
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Discover adventures on the tracks with books that spark the imagination. Sponsored by People’s United Bank.

Cost: Free

Where:
Fairfield Museum and History Center
370 Beach Road
Fairfield, CT  06824
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Sponsor: People's United Bank
Telephone: 203-259-1598
Contact Name: Visitor Services Manager

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In this key moment in our national history and the struggle for women’s equality and freedom of expression, the Fairfield Museum’s exhibition “Flappers: Fashion and...

Cost: Free

Where:
Fairfield Museum and History Center
370 Beach Road
Fairfield, CT  06824
View map »


Website »

More information

ReTooled: Highlights from the Hechinger Collection, an engaging and thought-provoking look at the unexpected subject of tools, will be on view at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, CT, from September...

Cost: Members and students with ID free. $10-$25

Where:
Bruce Museum
1 Museum Dr
Greenwich, CT  06830
View map »


Sponsor: Bruce Museum
Telephone: 2034136735
Contact Name: Scott Smith
Website »

More information

December 1 – December 31, 2018 Monday – Thursday, 10am – 1pm Fridays (December 7, 14, 21, 28), 10am – 7pm Saturday and Sunday, 10am – 4pm Vacation Week, December 24, 26, 27 & 31, 10am...

Cost: Members: Free; Adult: $5; Seniors & Student: $3; Children under 5: Free

Where:
Fairfield Museum and History Center
370 Beach Road
Fairfield, CT  06824
View map »

More information

Each night from November 20th through December 31st the museum is transformed into a dazzling holiday light extravaganza! Every surface of the museum’s exterior becomes a canvas...

Cost: Free

Where:
Stepping Stones Museum for Children
303 West Avenue
Norwalk, CT  06850
View map »


Telephone: 203-899-0606
Contact Name: Stepping Stones Museum for Children
Website »

More information

The Maritime Garage Gallery’s latest exhibit features works inspired by art in public places. “Street Level ” brings to life the notion that public art can transforms...

Cost: Free

Where:
Maritime Garage Gallery
11 North Water Street
Norwalk, CT  06854
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Sponsor: Norwalk Parking Authority
Telephone: 203-831-9063
Contact Name: Maritime Garage Gallery
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Each event in our Art in Focus series offers an opportunity for an hour of close looking and informal discussion around a single work of art, led by Curator of Education Michelle DiMarzo. On...

Cost: Free

Where:
Bellarmine Hall
200 Barlow Road
Fairfield, CT  06824
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Sponsor: Fairfield University Art Museum
Telephone: 203-254-4046

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December 1 – December 31, 2018 Monday – Thursday, 10am – 1pm Fridays (December 7, 14, 21, 28), 10am – 7pm Saturday and Sunday, 10am – 4pm Vacation Week, December 24, 26, 27 & 31, 10am...

Cost: Members: Free; Adult: $5; Seniors & Student: $3; Children under 5: Free

Where:
Fairfield Museum and History Center
370 Beach Road
Fairfield, CT  06824
View map »

More information

Each night from November 20th through December 31st the museum is transformed into a dazzling holiday light extravaganza! Every surface of the museum’s exterior becomes a canvas...

Cost: Free

Where:
Stepping Stones Museum for Children
303 West Avenue
Norwalk, CT  06850
View map »


Telephone: 203-899-0606
Contact Name: Stepping Stones Museum for Children
Website »

More information

In this key moment in our national history and the struggle for women’s equality and freedom of expression, the Fairfield Museum’s exhibition “Flappers: Fashion and...

Cost: Free

Where:
Fairfield Museum and History Center
370 Beach Road
Fairfield, CT  06824
View map »


Website »

More information

The Maritime Garage Gallery’s latest exhibit features works inspired by art in public places. “Street Level ” brings to life the notion that public art can transforms...

Cost: Free

Where:
Maritime Garage Gallery
11 North Water Street
Norwalk, CT  06854
View map »


Sponsor: Norwalk Parking Authority
Telephone: 203-831-9063
Contact Name: Maritime Garage Gallery
Website »

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ReTooled: Highlights from the Hechinger Collection, an engaging and thought-provoking look at the unexpected subject of tools, will be on view at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, CT, from September...

Cost: Members and students with ID free. $10-$25

Where:
Bruce Museum
1 Museum Dr
Greenwich, CT  06830
View map »


Sponsor: Bruce Museum
Telephone: 2034136735
Contact Name: Scott Smith
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The Vagabond Theatre Company (VTC) presents their Second Annual Holiday Spectacular: It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Show. This year’s production, directed by VTC’s...

Cost: $15

Where:
Stony Creek Museum
84 Thimble Islands Road
Stony Creek, CT  06405
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Sponsor: The Vagabond Theater Company
Telephone: 203-520-8332
Contact Name: John R Smith Jnr
Website »

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A two-night Zeppelin throwdown is coming back to The Warehouse this December. It is no secret that women rock, and rock hard. Seeing the all-female Led Zeppelin tribute...

Cost: $38/ticket; $98 VIP; Members Save: $3/ticket

Where:
The Warehouse at FTC
70 Sanford Street
Fairfield, CT  06824
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A holiday tradition of family fun continues! • Take a horse-drawn carriage ride through Southport Village • Decorate cookies • Make a pine cone bird feeder and other holiday crafts • Listen...

Cost: Free

Where:
Pequot Library
720 Pequot Avenue
Southport, CT  06890
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Sponsor: Pequot Library
Telephone: 203-259-0346
Contact Name: Pequot Library
Website »

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The Maritime Garage Gallery’s latest exhibit features works inspired by art in public places. “Street Level ” brings to life the notion that public art can transforms...

Cost: Free

Where:
Maritime Garage Gallery
11 North Water Street
Norwalk, CT  06854
View map »


Sponsor: Norwalk Parking Authority
Telephone: 203-831-9063
Contact Name: Maritime Garage Gallery
Website »

More information

Join us on Friday evenings when the Train Show is open late for fun, hands-on activities and refreshments.

Cost: Free with admission

Where:
Fairfield Museum and History Center
370 Beach Road
Fairfield, CT  06824
View map »

More information

In this key moment in our national history and the struggle for women’s equality and freedom of expression, the Fairfield Museum’s exhibition “Flappers: Fashion and...

Cost: Free

Where:
Fairfield Museum and History Center
370 Beach Road
Fairfield, CT  06824
View map »


Website »

More information

Each night from November 20th through December 31st the museum is transformed into a dazzling holiday light extravaganza! Every surface of the museum’s exterior becomes a canvas...

Cost: Free

Where:
Stepping Stones Museum for Children
303 West Avenue
Norwalk, CT  06850
View map »


Telephone: 203-899-0606
Contact Name: Stepping Stones Museum for Children
Website »

More information

Get ready to rock in the holidays with the one and only Rob Mathes, celebrating the 25th Anniversary of his holiday concerts. This annual celebration features Mathes, his all-star band , his choir...

Cost: Tickets vary

Where:
Performing Arts Center
735 Anderson Hill Rd
Purchase, NY  10577
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Telephone: 914-251-6200
Contact Name: The Performing Arts Center at Purchase College
Website »

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ReTooled: Highlights from the Hechinger Collection, an engaging and thought-provoking look at the unexpected subject of tools, will be on view at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, CT, from September...

Cost: Members and students with ID free. $10-$25

Where:
Bruce Museum
1 Museum Dr
Greenwich, CT  06830
View map »


Sponsor: Bruce Museum
Telephone: 2034136735
Contact Name: Scott Smith
Website »

More information

December 1 – December 31, 2018 Monday – Thursday, 10am – 1pm Fridays (December 7, 14, 21, 28), 10am – 7pm Saturday and Sunday, 10am – 4pm Vacation Week, December 24, 26, 27 & 31, 10am...

Cost: Members: Free; Adult: $5; Seniors & Student: $3; Children under 5: Free

Where:
Fairfield Museum and History Center
370 Beach Road
Fairfield, CT  06824
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In this key moment in our national history and the struggle for women’s equality and freedom of expression, the Fairfield Museum’s exhibition “Flappers: Fashion and...

Cost: Free

Where:
Fairfield Museum and History Center
370 Beach Road
Fairfield, CT  06824
View map »


Website »

More information

Saturday, December 15, 10am – 11:30am OR 12 – 1:30pm. Register online at http://www.fairfieldhistory.org Holiday fun for the whole family. Celebrate the magic of the season by creating a...

Cost: Members: $15; Non-Members: $18 per house.

Where:
Fairfield Museum and History Center
370 Beach Road
Fairfield, CT  06824
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The Vagabond Theatre Company (VTC) presents their Second Annual Holiday Spectacular: It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Show. This year’s production, directed by VTC’s...

Cost: $15

Where:
Stony Creek Museum
84 Thimble Islands Road
Stony Creek, CT  06405
View map »


Sponsor: The Vagabond Theater Company
Telephone: 203-520-8332
Contact Name: John R Smith Jnr
Website »

More information

A two-night Zeppelin throwdown is coming back to The Warehouse this December. It is no secret that women rock, and rock hard. Seeing the all-female Led Zeppelin tribute...

Cost: $38; $98 VIP; Members Save: $3/ticket

Where:
The Warehouse at FTC
70 Sanford Street
Fairfield, CT  06824
View map »


Website »

More information

Get ready to rock in the holidays with the one and only Rob Mathes, celebrating the 25th Anniversary of his holiday concerts. This annual celebration features Mathes, his all-star band , his choir...

Cost: Tickets vary

Where:
Performing Arts Center
735 Anderson Hill Rd
Purchase, NY  10577
View map »


Telephone: 914-251-6200
Contact Name: The Performing Arts Center at Purchase College
Website »

More information

ReTooled: Highlights from the Hechinger Collection, an engaging and thought-provoking look at the unexpected subject of tools, will be on view at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, CT, from September...

Cost: Members and students with ID free. $10-$25

Where:
Bruce Museum
1 Museum Dr
Greenwich, CT  06830
View map »


Sponsor: Bruce Museum
Telephone: 2034136735
Contact Name: Scott Smith
Website »

More information

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Cost: 0

Where:
Barnes & Noble at the Stamford Town Center
100 Greyrock Place
Stamford, CT  06901
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Sponsor: Julie Jason
Telephone: 203-322-1198
Contact Name: Theresa Robbins
Website »

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December 1 – December 31, 2018 Monday – Thursday, 10am – 1pm Fridays (December 7, 14, 21, 28), 10am – 7pm Saturday and Sunday, 10am – 4pm Vacation Week, December 24, 26, 27 & 31, 10am...

Cost: Members: Free; Adult: $5; Seniors & Student: $3; Children under 5: Free

Where:
Fairfield Museum and History Center
370 Beach Road
Fairfield, CT  06824
View map »

More information

Each night from November 20th through December 31st the museum is transformed into a dazzling holiday light extravaganza! Every surface of the museum’s exterior becomes a canvas...

Cost: Free

Where:
Stepping Stones Museum for Children
303 West Avenue
Norwalk, CT  06850
View map »


Telephone: 203-899-0606
Contact Name: Stepping Stones Museum for Children
Website »

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