FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- Did Tropical Storm Irene rip through your neighborhood? Was your house flooded in Hurricane Sandy? Did you rebuild or move away?
The Fairfield Museum invites the public to share their storm stories in this free "Museum After Dark" event called "Storm Confessions" Thursday, Jan. 26 at the museum.
It will begin with a wine and cheese reception at 6 p.m.. At 6:45 p.m., Sand then, at 6:45, State Representative Brenda Kupchick will moderate a discussion about neighbors helping neighbors, survival and storm aftermaths.
The event is to preserve the history of the beach area and welcomes coastal residents to share their experiences.
The museum seeks information about whether someone evacuated or stayed in their home, the condition of homes and yards upon return from storms, and how neighbors and others helped one another through the devastation; along with updates.
Did you elevate your home? Move away? Tear it down? Where are you now?
This program is presented in conjunction with the Museum’s Rising Tides exhibition, which runs through Feb. 28, open daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The museum is located at 370 Beach Road.
For more information visit Fairfieldhistory.org or call (203) 259-1598.
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