Clean up Day and Wood Fired Pizza!

Come join us for pizza and cleaning

11am-2pm Sunday, May 28th, 2017

As the weather warms up it is time to clean up, organize, and enjoy a good meal among friends! Please come join us over Memorial Day Weekend to clean out the cobwebs, weed the garden, and spruce up the Fairfield Community Center!

Volunteer Clean-up Day and Pizza!

We’ll be cleaning outside and inside, including testing out the pizza oven for the first time this season! Bring the whole family and your friends for some light work and good food and company.

25th Annual Jig in the Valley!

The 25th Annual JIG in the Valley – always the last Sunday in July, (mark your calendar for the 30th!), rain or shine, on the Green beginning at noon. Join us this summer for the event of the decade!

The Fairfield Community Center and The Meeting House on the Green join forces to bring you a day of music, great food, wonderful kids’ activities, a Silent Auction, raffles galore, a community flea market, and surprises that even we don’t know about yet!

The line up for the day’s music will be diverse and sparkling:  Dale and Darcy, Brian Curry, Tyrone & his Oleo Romeos, Carol Ann Jones and the Superchargers, The Missisquoi River Band, Rush Run from West Virginia, George Lewis, Jacob Highter, Joe Moore & Al Zansler to name some of the players at this year’s Jig. 8 hours of music, dancing and fun!

There’ll be homemade, wood-fired pizza, a parade with Black Creek Adventure Camp, great finds at the flea market and silent auction, Deb’s Pie Table, raffles galore, and as always, amazing food under the tent. All for just $10 person, or $25 for a family.

Bring your blanket, your lawn chair, your dancing shoes, and your well-behaved dogs (on a leash please) for this important annual fundraiser for The Fairfield Community Center, celebrating summer, our community and life itself!

For more info, to reserve a table at the flea market, or if you’d like to volunteer to help out with food or other details, call 827-3130 or email fccvt.info[at]gmail.com

 

The Fairfield Community Center Food Shelf Extends Welcome to All

PRESS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Date: 4/24/2017

Contact: Melanie Riddle, The Fairfield Community Center

                Phone: 802-827-3130

THE FAIRFIELD COMMUNITY CENTER EXTENDS WELCOME TO ALL

EAST FAIRFIELD – The Fairfield Community Center is committed to ensuring that every person in our community has the food they need to reach their human potential. Those with the courage to ask for help must trust that the Fairfield Community Center cares only about their human potential. Making that personal, trusting connection means that anyone—regardless of national origin, race, gender, culture, age, income level, disability or any other attribute—should feel the place they access food assistance is open, diverse and welcoming. In response to the current social and political climate, the Fairfield Community Center wants every individual in need of food assistance to be assured that they are welcome to access the food and services we provide without concern for their safety or privacy.

As a member of the Vermont Foodbank, the state’s largest hunger relief organization, the Fairfield Community Center has joined together with other Foodbank member organizations to commit to treat our neighbors with dignity and respect. Any information collected is used only to provide better service to our neighbors. Food is a basic human right, and the Fairfield Community Center is a sanctuary for those seeking to exercise that right.

Visit the Food Shelf at Fairfield Community Center, 124 School Street, East Fairfield, VT 05448. In addition, a listing and locator of local food shelves can be found at https://www.vtfoodbank.org/agency-locator

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The Fairfield Community Center Association has been working to meet the changing needs of Franklin county and beyond since its inception in 1992. Currently, we serve the community through a food shelf, weekly senior meals, cooking classes, and exciting vacation and summer camps for youth.

 

April Vacation Camp Registration!

Time is flying! Don’t forget to register for April Vacation Week! Join us for a week full of outside scientific exploration, gardening, sewing, cooking and other life skills, as well as art, music and drama! Camp will be held April 24th  through the 28th, with care available from 7:30-4:30.

The cost is $125 for the week- with a 10% discount for multiple siblings. Daily rate is $30/day. A healthy breakfast and Snack will be served daily. (Kids bring their own bag lunch).

So don’t delay, register your child today!

Announcement! Hannafords Fundraiser

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Melanie Riddle

Fairfield Community Center Association

802-827-3130

fccvt.info@gmail.com

The Fairfield Community Center has been chosen AGAIN as a Hannaford Helps Reusable Bag Program beneficiary to raise funds for the food shelf.

East Fairfield, Vermont – The Fairfield Community Center a nonprofit committed to providing food, programming, and fun events has been selected AGAIN as a beneficiary of the Hannaford Helps Reusable Bag Program for the month of March.

This innovative program has been designed to support local nonprofits like The Fairfield Community Center. For every blue Hannaford Helps Reusable Bag with the good karma messaging purchased at the Enosburg Falls Hannaford, The Fairfield Community Center will receive a $1 donation in order to help fulfill its mission of providing social, health, and educational programs for all in a safe, caring, and nurturing environment to create, promote, and enhance the well being of our community.

Learn more about The Fairfield Community Center by calling 802-827-3130 or visiting www.fairfieldcommunitycenter.org.

For more information on the Hannaford Helps Reusable Bag Program, visit www.hannaford.bags4mycause.com or www.facebook.com/hhbagprogram.