Edit ModuleShow Tags

Things to do in Fairfield County

Find fun things to do throughout Fairfield County; arts, theater, music, lectures, benefits, family activities and much more. Search by date, town or category.

This is a self-serve general events calendar.

Submit Your Event

You may submit your events for free by creating an account here »

Remember your username and password. Once your event has been submitted, our editorial team will review and approve your event for the calendar within 24 hours. Please note that we do reserve the right to edit all events.

Make Changes to Your Event

Once your event has been approved you may make any edits, changes or updates to your listing as often as you wish. Simply log into your account and click on the My Events tab. Each time you submit a change the event will go through the approval process before it appears on the calendar.

It is up to the account holder to make the changes, Moffly Media does not make changes to events upon request.
If you have any questions regarding your calendar submission please email us.


Native Plant Garden Seminar | Greenwich, CT


Apr 7, 2014
07:00 PM until 09:00 PM


Join The Greenwich Land Trust at the Greenwich Library Meeting Room on April 7 for an informative discussion on native plants. The New York Botanical Garden's Brian Sullivan will discuss the newly opened Native Plant Garden which showcases plant species native to the region in an innovative New American style, transporting visitors through a variety of local microclimates. The story of the garden's design and installation will inspire home gardeners and introduce a palette of beautiful plants compatible with local landscapes.

Light refreshments will be served and participants will be given native plant transplants to take home to their own gardens.

GLT members: $10.00 | Nonmember: $15.00


GLT members: $10.00 | Nonmember: $15.00


View map Greenwich Library Meeting Room
101 W Putnam Ave
Greenwich, CT

Additional Information


(203) 629-2151

Contact name

Michelle Spinei

Contact email


Search by town::


We make every effort to ensure the accuracy of this information. However, you should always call ahead to confirm dates, times, location, and other information.