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4/4/2022 - Shop & Stroll Into Spring Returns April 28th!
Town of Fairfield

Office of Community and Economic Development

Press Release

April 4, 2022 203-256-3120

 

SHOP & STROLL INTO SPRING RETURNS APRIL 28th!

 

The Community Economic & Development Office is excited to announce that the Town of Fairfield and the Fairfield Chamber of Commerce will host the annual “Shop and Stroll into Spring” event on Thursday, April 28, 2022.

Participating shops in downtown Fairfield will open at their regular times with extended hours through 9pm offering patrons a time to browse, enjoy light refreshments and to shop local with a variety of in-store promotions to kick-off the spring season as well as shop early for graduation and Mother’s Day gifts! 

As a part of this year’s event, funds will be raised for the Fairfield Foundation for Education. There will be a pre-event, which will take place at J.B. Percival on Thursday, April 28th beginning at 5 p.m. All are invited to attend, but those who purchase a ticket will receive a special event wine glass, wine holder, and a complimentary glass of wine, generously donated by Amy O’Shea, owner of J.B. Percival. Those who purchase a ticket will also be entered into a raffle for a chance to win a $25.00 Love Local Community eGift Card; there will be four chances to win! Additionally, there will also be a variety of silent auction baskets to bid on as well with all proceeds benefitting the Fairfield Foundation for Education. For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit experiencefairfieldct.org/springstroll.

The Town of Fairfield wishes to thank Massage Envy and Fairfield Moms for their support of this year’s event. If your business or organization wishes to be a sponsor or learn more about the event, please contact the Town of Fairfield Community and Economic Development Director Mark Barnhart via email at mbarnhart@fairfieldct.org or by phone at (203) 256-3120.

 

The Fairfield Foundation for Education is a 501 (c) (3) organization that awards grants to teachers in the Fairfield Public Schools to enhance and enrich the curriculum and engage students in developing skills needed for critical thinking and creative problem solving.

 

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