We are so excited! Tomorrow we will (finally) celebrate our tenth anniversary season with Will Schwalbe, the author of one of our One Book One Town selections, Books for Living!

We hope you are as thrilled as we are to come together as a community to celebrate the power of reading and the joy of sharing stories. There are still a few spots left in the audience, so feel free to join us at the Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts at Fairfield University, tomorrow, Wednesday, April 19th, at 7 PM.

See you soon!

OBOT starts…now!

It’s March 1st, which means it’s officially One Book One Town month for Fairfield! Events begin tomorrow with our annual visit from the fabulous Dr. Mark Schenker, with so many more opportunities to engage with the essential question “What are YOU reading” all month long. Check them all out here!

We are counting down – just two weeks until we greet one of our authors, Will Schwalbe at the Regina A. Quick Center at Fairfield University. Registration for his event is now open!

Once again, we’d like to extend our deepest thanks to the Friends of the Fairfield Public Library, who have generously sponsored this event for the past decade, as well as library staff, our community partners, and all of Fairfield’s readers!

So…what are you reading today?


We cordially invite you to tomorrow’s big reveal in the lobby of the Fairfield Public Library. Sandy will unveil the books a little after 12:30 pm and you won’t want to miss it!

Here is one final hint…can you guess what our titles are?

There is a word that appears in both book titles.

We can’t wait to share these books with you and spend March 2017 celebrating books and readers during our tenth-anniversary bonanza! We know you’ll treasure these books as much as we do.


In 5 days…

This cutie knows what the titles are, but will never tell!

Only five more days…Did you figure it out yet? We hope you’ll join us on Tuesday, January 10th at 10 am in the lobby of the Fairfield Public Library (1080 Old Post Road) for the announcement and reveal of the two titles chosen for our tenth One Book One Town celebration. Here’s another hint:

“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies…The man who never reads lives only one.” – George R.R. Martin.

(One Book One Town co-chair Nicole would like to note that we are not doing A Song of Ice and Fire…if we ever did, she would never, ever recover.)