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Sat. June 23rd 2018
Celebrating Indigenous Stories Nella Nelson, Monique Gray Smith, Janet Rogers
Mon. January 8th 2018
Mary Lapp Art Exhibition & Opening Reception Mary Lapp
Sun. September 24th 2017
@  Porter Park, 1330 Fairfield & Government House, Rockland Ave. (All Ages)
Roy Henry Vickers, Rick Scott, Nico Rhodes, Tim Gosley & The Little Yellow Guy, Giant Puppets
Sat. September 23rd 2017
Fall Fairfield Bučan Bučan, Downtown Mischief, The Fernwood Coalition, The Klez, Puppets for Peace
Sat. September 23rd 2017
@  Porter Park, 1330 Fairfield Rd (All Ages)
Puppets for Peace / Fall Fairfield Celebration Tim Gosley & The Little Yellow Guy, Little Onion Puppet Theatre, Runaway Moon Giant Weaving, Buçan Buçan, Crabapple Trolls, The Klez, The Fernwood Coalition, Patrick Smith, Give Peace a Dance
Sat. May 6th 2017
Fairfield Artists Studio Tour Aura Arindam, Linda Rajotte, Robert Ives, Louise Monfette, Jonathan Gleed, Annie Nazarian, Patti Bey, Laine Canivet, Kathy Dufour, Valerie Wells, Barbara Weaver-Bosson, Victor Bosson, Wayne Anaka, Mary Kenderline, Nancy Dolan, Maery Callaghan, Heather Keenan , Galen Davison, Linda Skalenda, Charlotte Bell, Monique Genton, Wendy Oppelt , Samantha Dickie, Natalie Brake, Kathleen Daunhaur, David Good, Amy Frank
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Fairfield Gonzales Community Association

1330 Fairfield Road Victoria BC
V8S 5J1

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The Fairfield Gonzales Community Association was established September 17, 1975 by volunteer residents to enhance the quality of life in Fairfield. The population of Fairfield currently stands at over 17,000. There are over 1200 elementary students in the neighbourhood. A middle school straddles the border between Fairfield/Rockland and Fernwood.

The Fairfield Community Association represents the Fairfield Gonzales neighbourhood is defined in it's constitution as bounded by Blanchard Street to the west, Fort Street to the north, Foul Bay to the east and the waterfront, or Dallas Road, to the south. Within these boundaries are the neighborhoods of Rockland to the north, with its own formalized Community Association, and Gonzales to the east. Fairfield Community Place is the only neighbourhood Centre within these boundaries.

In 1984 the Association opened Fairfield Community Place. The "Place" is a community centre and neighbourhood house which operates recreation and leisure programs for all age groups, Out of School Care programs operate in three locations serving Sir James Douglas, Sundance and Margaret Jenkins elementary schools. Special neighbourhood events such as Swiftsure Pancake Breakfast,, a Halloween Celebration and Bonfire happened in the past. the Holiday Craft Fair continues as well as new events which have been added to meet new community needs, like Fall FairField, Family Fun Day and specific fundraising events.

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Listing last confirmed: Sep. 5, 2012