HUBBELL HOUSE MUSEUM OPEN FOR THE HOLIDAY LIGHT PARADE DAY’S EVENTS
The Hubbell House Museum, located behind the New Fairfield Senior Center, will be open on Saturday, November 28 from 1-3 PM as part of NF Park & Recreation’s annual holiday event. Preserve New Fairfield invites the community to come in and have a look at the “everyday” past of New Fairfield. Learn about farming, industry (yes, there was a lot of industry in town in the 1800’s), women’s work and children’s toys … and so much more. Check News page for more information.
Preserve New Fairfield is a group of dedicated volunteers who saw the need to rescue two mid 19th century (circa 1838 and 1840) houses from demolition. Having succeeded in saving these two gems, and moving them to a new site, overlooking a beautiful mill pond, our future vision is to utilize them as a cornerstone for a center in the town of New Fairfield, designed to illustrate and preserve our unique town history via changing displays and programs.
Explore our website to learn more about the history of the Hubbell House and the Parsonage, how they came to reside on their current location, where we are in the process of achieving our goals, and what you can do to help.