Multi-Faith Vigil on Climate Change Action Sunday, TODAY, 4pm @ St Paul’s, 661 Old Post Rd, Ffld

Please join us on TODAY, Sunday, January 22nd 4pm at St Paul’s, 661 Old Post Road, Fairfield, CT for a candlelight vigil to support our efforts to mitigate the problems associated with climate change. This is a wonderful way to celebrate our community and our continued successful work towards a more sustainable Fairfield.  Come together as a  community to celebrate and support each other!
multifaithvigil_jan22_stpaul_661oldpostrdffldPlease help spread the word by sharing with your own religious organizations and friends.

Fairfield Bicycle & Pedestrian Committee at Fairfield’s Earth Day Celebration, Sat 4/25, 10am-4pm @ Fairfield Warde H.S.

Bike-WalkMembers of the Fairfield Bicycle & Pedestrian Committee will be joining us at Fairfield’s Earth Day Celebration Sat, 4/25, 10am-4pm @ Fairfield Warde High School, 755 Melville Ave.   The committee, created by town officials, is charged with implementing the Town of Fairfield’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan.  As with the Library to Library “test ride” just completed on 4/19, the Committee encourages walking and biking for transportation, which conserves energy, improves air quality, reduces traffic and the need for parking. Cycling and walking also improve health and fitness and invigorate the local economy through increased access to local businesses and greater potential for tourism. Committee members will be on hand to describe some of the key goals for 2015.

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle at Fairfield’s Earth Day Celebration, Sat, 4/25

Recycle_guysJoin the Town of Fairfield’s Solid Waste & Recycling Department at Fairfield’s Earth Day Celebration, Sat, 4/25, 10am-4pm at Fairfield Warde High School, 755 Melville Ave and learn about recycling , check out the recycle bin display and join in on the fun of making hands-on crafts from recycled materials!


Fairfield’s Clean Energy Task Force is doing great things – find out about them at Fairfield’s Earth Day Celebration

Green_Earth_ClipartCome learn about all the amazing things the Town of Fairfield is doing related to energy efficiency which improves our local air quality.  The Fairfield Clean Energy Task Force is a Town committee comprised of dedicated, knowledgeable volunteers that are making substantive, positive changes to our town and environment.  Come to Fairfield’s Earth Day Celebration, Sat, 4/25, 10am-4pm at Fairfield Warde High School, 755 Melville Avenue, Fairfield to learn all about it!

Reduce, Reuse, RECYCLE!

recycle-only-no-backgroundTown of Fairfield’s Solid Wate & Recycling at Fairifeld’s Earth Day Celebration Saturday, April 25, 10am-4pm at Fairfield Ward High School, 755 Melville Avenue with  information, hands-on craft made from recycled materials, and a recycle bin display.  Also at the event will be electronics recycling and Big Brothers and Big Sisters to collect clothes and  Bay State Textiles to collect clothes, towels, sneakers, and more.

Whole Foods Cooking Demo at Fairfield’s Earth Day Celebration, 4/26, FWHS, 755 Melville Ave

colcannon“We are so excited to partner with the Town of Fairfield to celebrate Community, Sustainability and Healthy Living,” said Whole Foods Market Fairfield Marketing Team Leader Liz Giegerich. “Fairfield’s Earth Day Celebration aligns perfectly with our core values of supporting the local community, practicing and advancing environmental stewardship and educating the community on healthy eating. Our Healthy Eating Specialist, Sam Popaalrdo, will be holding a cooking demo to teach the community about how to eat a plant-strong, nutrient-dense, whole-plant and healthy-fat diet that is good for both people and the planet.

SamWhole FoodsHealthy Eating Specialist, Sam Popalardo, will be demonstrating how to make a healthy and nutritious meal at Fairfield’s Earth Day Celebration event on April 26, which runs 10am-4pm at Fairfield Warde High School, 755 Melville Avenue, Fairfield. Visit Sam at the Fairfield Whole Foods Health Starts Here desk in the bulk section any time.