Built in 1866, The East Fairfield Union Meeting House has been the architectural, social and spiritual anchor of our rural community for 150 years. Folks were married here, baptized their babies here, and attended candlelit Christmas Eve services here. For generations, the weather, milk prices, and road conditions were seriously discussed within these four walls.

Nine years ago, the building was acquired by an enthusiastic group of local residents under  the umbrella of the Fairfield Community Center Association, a small non-profit organization providing essential services and enrichment programs to the region.  We firmly believe that one way to preserve the character and integrity of a community is through the preservation of its old buildings. Further, we're convinced that music has the power to bind us all together, especially during difficult times. Thus, we find ourselves with The Meeting House on the Green, and the exciting challenge of preserving it for future generations, as well as re-purposing it with what is considered by many to be one of Vermont's premier music venues.

To learn more about the history of East Fairfield and to follow the progress of our Preservation Project,  CLICK HERE.



Here at The Meeting House on the Green, we’re entering our 10th year of the preservation project. Thanks to fundraising efforts, grants, and donations from friends and neighbors, we’ve accomplished a LOT! We’ve upgraded the electrical system, restored the stained glass windows, improved lighting and sound, built an outdoor performance space with wheel chair access, installed an energy efficient furnace, and repaired and painted the exterior of the building.

Please help us continue our work to preserve this lovely historic landmark while bringing great live music to Franklin County. Our 2022 fundraising goal of $20,000 will help us paint the interior of the building, repair the antique ceiling fixtures, and continue to improve our sound system.  There's talk of cushions for the pews! Hope we can count on your support!  Donate online or mail a check to us at: Meeting House on the Green, Box 16, East Fairfield, Vermont 05448. And thank you very much!

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Great Music Coming Your Way!

MAY 21 - Atlantic Crossing

JUNE 11 - Beg, Steal or Borrow

JUNE 25 - Young Traditions Vermont  Fern, Owen & Hilary ~ 3 Fiddlers

JULY 9 - Dave Mallett *

JULY 23 - Mango Jam

AUGUST 20 - Galen Cassidy Peria

AUGUST 27 - WDEV Radio Rangers

SEPT. 10 - Atlas Tango Project *

SEPT. 24 - Zara Bode's L'il Big Band (w/ Anna Patton) SORRY, CANCELED!

OCT. 8 - Annie & The Hedonists

OCT. 15 - FCCA Dinner/Dance Party Fundraiser at the Enosburg Opera House with the Mad Mountain Scramblers - 5:30 to 9:30. Tickets $15 at the door.

Two shows this year require advance tickets: Dave Mallett and The Atlas Tango Project.

You can reserve your $20 tickets by calling

802-827-6626. All other shows are by donation.


Fairfield Community Center -The Fairfield Community Center Association, located in E. Fairfield, VT, has been meeting the changing needs of Franklin county and beyond since 1992, with a the Fairfield Food Shelf, Tuesday Lunches and numerous kids' programs.

Bent Northrop Memorial Library - In addition to great books, the library offers WiFi, on-line databases, word processing, magazine subscriptions (both in print and electronically), and downloadable audio books and ebooks.

Town of Fairfield - The Town of Fairfield is located in Northwestern Vermont, in Franklin County. Fairfield is a beautiful rural New England town with rolling hills, family farms, and the essence of small town life. Browse our web site for more information about the Town of Fairfield.

ON THE GREEN ~ E. Fairfield, Vermont

Strengthening community through historic preservation & the arts.

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