Preserve New Fairfield’s mission is to preserve, protect, and maintain local historic structures and artifacts, and to promote community education and involvement in historic preservation efforts.
Relocation of "The Parsonage" and "The Hubbell House" to their present sites.
Continued support of the Parsonage and Hubbell House including interior and exterior building restoration, installation of temperature, climate and security systems, and surrounding property maintenance
Research and authorship of the nationally distributed book "New Fairfield", part of the Images of America Series.
Production of pewter ornaments of the "Parsonage", "Hubbell House", and the "Old Town Hall"
Creation of a photo montage of historic New Fairfield Homes and scenery for a beautifully designed poster.
Collection, cataloging, and curation of more than 1,200 artifacts representing New Fairfield's history.
Sponsorship of several annual events including the Strawberry Festival, Historic House Tour, and Cemetary Tour.
Continued celebration of local history through publication of "If These Walls Could Talk" articles in the Citizen News.
Continued development of educational programs for the community.