Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Help us get ready for summer!

Mark your calendar for May 30th.

The garden needs some love so join us if you can to get ready for the summer!

Saturday, May 30th 9am-11am stop by the center for a quick spruce up of the garden.

Hope to see you there!

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Register now for April Vacation Camp at the Community Center

It’s time to register for April Vacation Camp at the Fairfield Community Center! Join Michelle Jettie, Rachel Huff and other guest instructors for a week full of exploring  art, music, and drama, as well as hands on life skills such as gardening,  sewing,  scientific exploration, cooking and other engaging activities! Camp will be held April 20 through the 24th, with care available from 7:30-4:30. Please call to arrange earlier drop off or later pick up times.
The cost is $125 for the week- with a 20% discount for multiple siblings. A healthy breakfast and Snack will be served daily. (Kids bring their own bag lunch).
Space is limited! Applications will be considered on a first come/ first served basis.
Please fill out the  registration form  on line:
 https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Q9Y6K8P by April 15th Mail your check to:

Fairfield Community Center- AVC
P.O. Box 16
East Fairfield, VT 05448

Thursday, March 19, 2015


Saturday, April 4th: The 6th Annual Sap Run Boogie - held this year at The Community Center at 124 School Street - will feature The Puddledock Opry.* Doors open at 6:30, music will begin around 7. Cash bar catered by The Traveled Cup. $10/adults, $25/family, kids under 12 free. Chili, cornbread and salad served throughout the evening for a mere $3/person. Bring the family down for a fun night of great tunes by your talented friends and neighbors. All proceeds will go toward the Center's many programs. 

* So who IS this Puddledock Opry? Will & Deb Patton, Marcia Brewster, Jerry Bowers, Mark Struhsacker, Bob Iwaskiewicz, Nance and Tyrone Shaw, Carol Crawford and Michele Bessett who will perform jazz, country, folk, bluegrass, swing and more! 

P.S. Puddledock has been the local nickname for East Fairfield for many years. Please help us spread the word - we don't want anyone to miss the  fun!

And do keep in mind...

The Meeting House on the Green, 53 School Street in East Fairfield, presents “Summer Evenings with Vermont Treasures” with two fabulous back-to-back shows. 

Opening the series on Friday, April 24th will be Franklin County’s own irrepressible musical duo – Carol Ann Jones and Will Patton, who bring a vibrant synergy to every tune they play together, whatever the genre, from Stephen Foster to Bonnie Raitt. 

Then, in a surprise visit to New England, former Vermont musician Michael Hurley will be with us the following night, Saturday, April 25th. Don’t miss this musical, magic-filled weekend, the beginning of our summer concert series, with proceeds helping to restore and sustain the Meeting House.

Summer Evenings with Vermont Treasures will feature some of Vermont’s finest musicians every month from April to October. Showtime is 7-9 p.m. with tickets available at the door. $15; kids under 12 free. Or you can reserve your tickets by calling 802-827-3275, or by sending in your check and contact information to: Meeting House Concerts, Box 16, East Fairfield, VT 05448. Bring a picnic and enjoy our shady village green. Refreshments sold at intermission. Lots more information and a special online ticket offer at www.meetinghouseonthegreen.org

Carol Ann Jones and Will Patton - Friday, April 24th

Michael Hurley - Saturday, April 25

Thursday, January 29, 2015


Kids in the Kitchen starts on February 5th, and continues every Thursday afternoon from 3-5 until March 12th. We have only a few spots left, so if your 5-12 year old would like to join us for healthy after-school cooking classes at the Center call today! 827-3130
Sunday, February 8th - Pancake Breakfast Benefit for the White and Tiffany families at Fairfield Center School. 8-1. Pancakes, sausage, home fries, fruit, eggs, coffee, juice. $10/adults, $5/kids. Come out and support these families who have lost their homes.

February 21st - Saturday Night at the Movies!The Summer of Walter Hacks. A film by Vermont filmmaker and dairy farmer George Woodard. Winner of the 2010 Vermont International Film Festival, "Walter Hacks" recreates the world of 1950s rural Vermont, telling the story of an 11-year-old boy who faces adventure and tragedy and must grow up fastMore info: http://www.pastureproductions.com/ The filmmaker will be present at the showing!  This is the first in a series of 6 movies by Vermont filmmakers that will be shown once-a-month from now through July at the Center. All movies start at 7 p.m. Popcorn and cider. Suggested donation - $5.

February 23rd - school vacation…and that means FEBRUARY VACATION CAMP! 7-5 M-F at the Center for kids 5-12. Good times, good friends, good FUN! $125/week. Call today!