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A Taste of Fairfield County November 20, 2019

By Family & Children’s Agency

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Norwalk, CT - Each year, Family & Children’s Agency’s food and drink tasting event, A Taste of Fairfield County, brings together community members and area restaurants for a delicious event for a good cause. This year’s event, hosted once again by FCA’s Junior Board of Advisors, will be held Wednesday, November 20.

In addition to samplings from several incredible restaurants, including FlipSide Burgers & Bar, Cask Republic, The Blind Rhino, Haruki, Saltwater Restaurant & Bar, Washington Prime, and more, the evening will feature raffle prizes and music by the New Orleans Beatniks.

Proceeds from the event support FCA’s Community Connections programs, which provide a continuum of care for adults experiencing homelessness. FCA’s services include a South Norwalk day center where more than 320 clients were offered laundry assistance, cooking classes, computer access, and more, as well as supportive housing services which last year helped a record 116 formerly homeless families maintain self-sufficiency. In addition, FCA is Norwalk’s 211 Coordinated Access Network site where families experiencing a housing crisis can come for assistance.

Tickets are $50 in advance or $60 at the door and can be purchased online at .

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