Fairfield Community Events – October 2019
As the days get shorter, the leaves begin to change colors, and the weather cools down, residents of Fairfield are saying goodbye to the warm summer months. While colder weather may mean less trips to the beach or evening picnics, the changing seasons are bringing along a bounty of great community activities and events in the city of Fairfield. Those looking for something to do in the area may be interested in some of the exciting local events listed in the following article.
NPHC Solano Fitness Family 5K Fun Run/Walk
When: Saturday, October 19, at 7:00 a.m.
Where: Solano Community College Campus
The National Pan-Hellenic Council Solano County is hosting its third annual charity 5K. This event is a family-friendly run/walk for everyone from expert athletes to first-time participants. Tickets to participate in the event start at $25 each, and proceeds from the event go to benefit Solano County organizations supporting local survivors of domestic violence. After the race, participants are invited to stay and enjoy a community-centered celebration.
The 5k will circle the Solano Community College campus and will be professionally timed with microchips. The first 100 participants to cross the finish line will receive finisher’s medals. If you are interested in sponsoring or volunteering at this event, you can email email@example.com for more information. To get tickets, visit this site.
Walk the Talk Permaculture Tour
When: Saturday, October 26, at 2:00 p.m.
Where: SHELTER Solano, 310 Beck Avenue, Fairfield
Shelter Solano in Fairfield has invited area residents to come join their fellow community members and learn about practical ways to apply permaculture principles to your own household and neighborhood gardens. The tour will cover topics related to turning your own neighborhood into a “food forest” in order to nourish your family and community while providing an important habitat for local wildlife.
The event will begin with a half-hour talk about sustainable water, soil, and gardening practices. After the talk, participants will be given a guided tour of a demonstration food forest garden that is watered with a laundry-to-landscape greywater and roof water system. Admission is free to the public.
“Little Shop of Horrors” at the Downtown Theatre
When: October 18 through November 3
Where: The Downtown Theatre, 1035 Texas Street, Fairfield
Fairfield’s own Missouri Street Theatre is bringing “Little Shop of Horrors” to the local stage during the upcoming Halloween season. The meek flower shop assistant Seymour Krelborn encounters a new, strange breed of a plant before discovering that it sings. The plant promises Seymour fame as long as he continues to feed it blood. The musical madness unfolds as Seymour begins to uncover the plant’s plans for global domination! Tickets are priced at $21 for the general public and can be purchased here.
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