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Fairfield County Gymnastics
186 Linwood Ave, Fairfield, CT 06824
Fairfield County Gymnastics is a privately owned gymnastics school that's been in Fairfield since 1982. It offersMore classes of varying levels for boys and girls of all ages (from 18 months through high school) and instructs two competitive teams that practice two-to-three days a week. Fairfield County Gymnastics also hosts birthday parties. 
Fairfield Country Day School
2970 Bronson Rd, Fairfield, CT 06824

Fairfield Country Day School, a private day school for boys in kindergarten through ninth-grade, is located on aMore 25-acre campus in Fairfield's Greenfield Hill neighborhood.

FCDS was founded in 1936 and originally was located on Unquowa Road in downtown Fairfield. In 1949, FCDS needed more space and acquired the Bronson estate on Bronson Road, which is the current home of the school. The school's historic main building was originally the home of Timothy Dwight, who was a minister at Greenfield Hill Congregational Church and then president of Yale University. A public elementary school in Greenfield Hill that was built in 1962 is named after Timothy Dwight.

Fairfield Country Day School is incorporated in the state of Connecticut and is governed by a 22-member board of trustees. Tuition at the school, in 2009-10 was $28,200 a year for kindergarten through third-graders, $29,000 a year for fourth- through sixth-graders, and $30,200 a year for seventh- through ninth-graders. Financial aid is available.

The school's mascot is the crusader.

Saint Catherine Academy
760 Tahmore Dr, Fairfield, CT 06825
Founded in 1999 by Cardinal Edward Egan, Saint Catherine Academy is a private, special education facility whichMore accept placements from public school districts. The school and its enrollment has grown considerably since 1999. Through state and private funding, Saint Catherine Academy was able to build their new state-of-the-art facility in 2007. The academy helps students of all ages with speech, occupational and physical therapy, all while focusing on core academic programs and learning. 
Our Lady of the Assumption School
605 Stratfield Rd, Fairfield, CT 06825
 Private Catholic school located on Stratfield Avenue. Our Lady of the Assumption School provide a mixMore of education of academic excellence which is focused on the spiritual, physical, moral and intellectual development of  its students. The School offers classes from kindergarden through 8th grade and also provides programs for before and after school.
Fire Station 3
400 Jackman Ave, Fairfield, CT 06825

Fire Station 3 at 400 Jackman Ave. is one of five fire stations in town and is also home to the StratfieldMore Volunteer Fire Department. Fire Station 3 is staffed by three career firefighters at any one time and includes an engine company of the Fairfield Fire Department and the department's hazardous materials and foam units.

The Fairfield Fire Department provides emergency services to citizens, businesses and industries in the town of Fairfield and fire safety education, inspection and investigative services for code enforcement. The Fire Department also determines the origin and cause of fires and is designated by the state Department of Emergency Medical Services as first responders to all medical emergencies within the town.

In 2009, Fairfield firefighters responded to 8,946 calls for help throughout Fairfield's 30 square miles.

The Fairfield Fire Department is a founding member of the Fairfield County Hazardous Materials Response Team, and firefighters also are trained for specialized rescue operations. Their non-emergency work includes smoke detector surveys, fire safety education at public and private schools, fire inspections, pre-fire planning, OSHA-mandated training of firefighters, police officers, public works' employees and school maintenance staff, and training related to homeland defense missions.

The Fire Department employs 97 people full-time, including a fire chief, deputy fire chief, two fire marshals, a fire inspector, a training director, four assistant fire chiefs, 20 fire lieutenants, 64 firefighters, a master mechanic, mechanic and secretary. The department also employs a part-time secretary, part-time training center assistant and part-time clerk in the Fire Marshal's office.

The Fire Department's budget in 2009-10 is $12.2 million.

Fire Station 1
140 Reef Rd, Fairfield, CT 06824

Fire Station 1 at 140 Reef Road is where the Fire Department's main offices are located and is one of five fireMore stations in town. Five firefighters are at Fire Station 1 at any one time and the station is home to two fire trucks - an engine company and a rescue company.

The Fairfield Fire Department provides emergency services to citizens, businesses and industries in the town of Fairfield and fire safety education, inspection and investigative services for code enforcement. The Fire Department also determines the origin and cause of fires and is designated by the state Department of Emergency Medical Services as first responders to all medical emergencies within the town.

In 2009, Fairfield firefighters responded to 8,946 calls for help throughout Fairfield's 30 square miles.

The Fairfield Fire Department is a founding member of the Fairfield County Hazardous Materials Response Team, and firefighters also are trained for specialized rescue operations. Their non-emergency work includes smoke detector surveys, fire safety education at public and private schools, fire inspections, pre-fire planning, OSHA-mandated training of firefighters, police officers, public works' employees and school maintenance staff, and training related to homeland defense missions.

The Fire Department employs 97 people full-time, including a fire chief, deputy fire chief, two fire marshals, a fire inspector, a training director, four assistant fire chiefs, 20 fire lieutenants, 64 firefighters, a master mechanic, mechanic and secretary. The department also employs a part-time secretary, part-time training center assistant and part-time clerk in the Fire Marshal's office.

The Fire Department's budget in 2009-10 is $12.2 million.

Fire Station 5
3965 Congress St, Fairfield, CT 06824

Fire Station 5 at 3965 Congress St. is one of five fire stations in town. Three firefighters are at Station 5 atMore any one time.

The Fairfield Fire Department provides emergency services to citizens, businesses and industries in the town of Fairfield and fire safety education, inspection and investigative services for code enforcement. The Fire Department also determines the origin and cause of fires and is designated by the state Department of Emergency Medical Services as first responders to all medical emergencies within the town.

In 2009, Fairfield firefighters responded to 8,946 calls for help throughout Fairfield's 30 square miles.

The Fairfield Fire Department is a founding member of the Fairfield County Hazardous Materials Response Team, and firefighters also are trained for specialized rescue operations. Their non-emergency work includes smoke detector surveys, fire safety education at public and private schools, fire inspections, pre-fire planning, OSHA-mandated training of firefighters, police officers, public works' employees and school maintenance staff, and training related to homeland defense missions.

The Fire Department employs 97 people full-time, including a fire chief, deputy fire chief, two fire marshals, a fire inspector, a training director, four assistant fire chiefs, 20 fire lieutenants, 64 firefighters, a master mechanic, mechanic and secretary. The department also employs a part-time secretary, part-time training center assistant and part-time clerk in the Fire Marshal's office.

The Fire Department's budget in 2009-10 is $12.2 million.

Fire Station 2
600 Jennings Rd, Fairfield, CT 06824

Fire Station 2 at 600 Jennings Road is one of five fire stations in town. The fire station, which includes anMore engine company, ladder company and shift commander's vehicle, is staffed with eight firefighters at any given time. Fire Station 2 also is home of the Fire Department's Emergency Operations Center.

The Fairfield Fire Department provides emergency services to citizens, businesses and industries in the town of Fairfield and fire safety education, inspection and investigative services for code enforcement. The Fire Department also determines the origin and cause of fires and is designated by the state Department of Emergency Medical Services as first responders to all medical emergencies within the town.

In 2009, Fairfield firefighters responded to 8,946 calls for help throughout Fairfield's 30 square miles.

The Fairfield Fire Department is a founding member of the Fairfield County Hazardous Materials Response Team, and firefighters also are trained for specialized rescue operations. Their non-emergency work includes smoke detector surveys, fire safety education at public and private schools, fire inspections, pre-fire planning, OSHA-mandated training of firefighters, police officers, public works' employees and school maintenance staff, and training related to homeland defense missions.

The Fire Department employs 97 people full-time, including a fire chief, deputy fire chief, two fire marshals, a fire inspector, a training director, four assistant fire chiefs, 20 fire lieutenants, 64 firefighters, a master mechanic, mechanic and secretary. The department also employs a part-time secretary, part-time training center assistant and part-time clerk in the Fire Marshal's office.

The Fire Department's budget in 2009-10 is $12.2 million.

Fairfield School of Music
338 Commerce Dr, Fairfield, CT 06825

The Fairfield School of Music offers educational programs for all ages, including infants, preschoolers, kids,More teens, adults and seniors. Its focus is in musical education. Its instructors are disciplined in guitar, piano, bass, ukulele, cello, viola, violin, fiddle, drum, percussion, saxophone, tuba, French horn, flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and trumpet, among others. Private and group lessons are available for all styles, including classical, rock, pop, jazz/blues and folk. 

It offers a program called Simply Music Rhapsody, which is for infants through age 5 and allows children to be creative and musical in an age-appropriate setting. Another program, Simply Music Piano, is a playing-based method that allows students to play beautiful music at their first lesson.

The school additionally hosts birthday parties and recitals. Its instructors are represented in musical education from such prestigious institutions as Julliard, Berklee, Yale, NYU, New School, Bard and others. To attend a free informational session, be sure to call the number provided.

Salko Farm & Stable Riding Lessons
374 Hill Farm Rd, Fairfield, CT 06824
This family-owned and operated riding school offers community members of Fairfield and surrounding towns an excellentMore place to learn how to ride a horse. They offer both private and group lessons throughout the year for children three and up, grouping children of the same age and ability together if possible. Salko Farm & Stable Riding Lessons aims achieve a welcoming and family-oriented atmosphere that fosters education and personal growth. The farm is equipped with both indoor and outdoor riding facilities. Visit their Web site for more information on their riding academies.
Fire Station 4
69 Main St, Southport, CT 06890

Fire Station 4 at 69 Main St. is one of five fire stations in town and is also home to the Southport VolunteerMore Fire Department. Three career firefighters are at Fire Station 4 at any one time.

The Fairfield Fire Department provides emergency services to citizens, businesses and industries in the town of Fairfield and fire safety education, inspection and investigative services for code enforcement. The Fire Department also determines the origin and cause of fires and is designated by the state Department of Emergency Medical Services as first responders to all medical emergencies within the town.

In 2009, Fairfield firefighters responded to 8,946 calls for help throughout Fairfield's 30 square miles.

The Fairfield Fire Department is a founding member of the Fairfield County Hazardous Materials Response Team, and firefighters also are trained for specialized rescue operations. Their non-emergency work includes smoke detector surveys, fire safety education at public and private schools, fire inspections, pre-fire planning, OSHA-mandated training of firefighters, police officers, public works' employees and school maintenance staff, and training related to homeland defense missions.

The Fire Department employs 97 people full-time, including a fire chief, deputy fire chief, two fire marshals, a fire inspector, a training director, four assistant fire chiefs, 20 fire lieutenants, 64 firefighters, a master mechanic, mechanic and secretary. The department also employs a part-time secretary, part-time training center assistant and part-time clerk in the Fire Marshal's office.

The Fire Department's budget in 2009-10 is $12.2 million.

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