50 Days of Earthday

Earth Day’s 50th anniversary is coming April 22. Celebrate a half-century of protecting the environment with us as we share 25 days of past victories and milestones, followed by 25 days of hopes for our shared future. Follow Save the Sound on Instagram for the full series, or see highlights on Facebook and Twitter. Instagram Continue reading “50 Days of Earthday”

The Fairfield Y Is Here For You

The Y has always been a place for people to connect and belong, in these strange times, we are learning new ways to do that. Regular exercise is one component of a healthy lifestyle that can help reduce stress and prevent illness. Even though you can’t visit the Y, we want you to stay healthy!Continue reading “The Fairfield Y Is Here For You”

A Community of Hope

Operation Hope is honored to be a part of Fairfield’s Earth Day celebration. For 35 years we have worked hard to end hunger and homelessness, one person at a time. We believe a sustainable community means that everyone has their basic needs met – that through sharing of resources and a collective commitment, complex problemsContinue reading “A Community of Hope”

Your Library at Home

Fairfield Public Library Programs during the week include: Virtual Storytime Come sing and celebrate the Earth with us! This an extra special year- Earth Day’s 50th Anniversary! This week on Wednesday, 4/24 and Friday, 4/26 the theme will be all about loving our planet! For children ages 0-5.  Virtual drop-in program. Wednesday, April 22nd –Continue reading “Your Library at Home”

Discovery: Violent Storms

The Discovery Museum asks: What is weather? How do storms form? Why does weather get violent? Explore the causes and effects of thunder and lightning, learn about wind currents, and see how tornadoes form. You won’t want to miss this exploration of some of our wildest weather! For a great demo watch our video here:Continue reading “Discovery: Violent Storms”

The Connecticut Audubon Society

The Connecticut Audubon Society conserves Connecticut’s environment through science-based education and advocacy focused on the state’s bird populations and habitats. At the core of our belief is a deep appreciation of our state’s natural areas and its wildlife. Our vision is to serve as a portal to the outdoors and nature for the state’s residents,Continue reading “The Connecticut Audubon Society”

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