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4 Spots in Fairfield Where Seniors Can Take Their Grandchildren

By Erik Gans, 9:00 am on

Seniors who have the pleasure of being grandparents always need new spots to take the grandkids around town. If your aging loved one lives in Fairfield, CT, there are many places where he or she can have an exciting time bonding and creating memories with the grandkids. Fairfield elder home care professionals have compiled a list of 4 local spots offering activities both generations can enjoy.

1. Fairfield Woods Branch Library

Located at 1147 Fairfield Woods Road, this learning center offers a wide array of family programs throughout the year that can enrich the lives of seniors and their grandchildren. These programs include a fun and educational Build a Gingerbread House workshop on December 6th at 6:30pm. Your loved one can celebrate the magic of the holidays with the grandkids by making a candy-covered gingerbread house together.

2. Nutmeg Bowl

This bowling alley at 802 Villa Avenue hosts many regular fun events that offer seniors and their grandkids an awesome bowling experience and a fun way to get some exercise. On Sundays, they host a Breakfast n’ Bowl event from 9am to 11am. This event includes a delicious breakfast with tea, coffee, or chocolate milk and two games of bowling for only $10 per person. 

3. Fairfield Public Library

Located at 1080 Old Post Road, this library offers many family-friendly events during the year, including their recurring Fun Flix for Kids movie program. The next drop-in movie event will be on December 27th in the Rotary Room at 2:30pm. Your loved one can bring the grandkids to watch a fabulous G or PG movie on a big screen. Popcorn is provided. 

4. Hands on Pottery

Located at 1700 Post Road, this craft center offers walk-in pottery classes Tuesday through Sunday that seniors and their grandchildren can take together. These fun yet educational classes provide the unique opportunity to bond while learning a new hobby. Your loved one can help the grandkids make a one-of-a-kind creation they can proudly share with the rest of the family. The fee for this pottery class is $8 per person, which covers the cost of the paints, glazing, and firing.

If your loved one does not have any grandchildren, make sure he or she is still getting regular social stimulation. One way you can ensure your loved one stays social is by hiring a caregiver from Home Care Assistance. Our caregivers make wonderful social companions and can provide assistance with a wide variety of daily tasks. For more information on the live-in and respite care Fairfield seniors count on, call one of our friendly Care Managers at 203-955-1915 today.