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CHURCHILL: The Legend, The Man A One-Man Play Written
A One-Man Play Written and Performed by Andrew Edlin
Sept 24 | 7:30 PM
‘To go or not to go?’
A weary 80-year-old titan, Winston Churchill returns to his wartime bunker to make the decision whether or not to quit as Prime Minister. Most everybody wants him to go, but as Churchill notes: ‘They’ve all been wrong before!’ To find his answer, Churchill digs back in his amazing life, the characters he has known and astonishing experiences he has had, with wit, wisdom, and iconic wartime speeches.
British-born Andrew Edlin has lived in Fairfield for 30 years. The play took 3 years of research, many drafts, workshopping, a living process that continues. Now in his 25th year of performance, Edlin is undoubtedly the most experienced actor in the world at playing the charismatic British statesman, ‘the ‘Man who Won the War.’
Performed once more in his adopted hometown this September, Edlin kicks off his silver anniversary tour with a free performance at Fairfield Arts & Convention Center. (Freewill donation requested; all proceeds benefit the Center.)
Be in the room to hear this legendary performer deliver these iconic moments from Churchill’s colorful reign:
“If Hitler had invaded Hell, I would have at least made a favorable reference to the Devil in the House of Commons.”
“An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile, hoping it will eat him last.”
“Never in the field of human conflict has so much been owed by so many to so few.”
“You can always trust America to do the right thing—after they have exhausted all other possibilities.”
But those are Churchill’s words. Here’s what others are saying about Edlin’s incredible tribute:
“Edlin is in perfect control of his character. He is stubborn. He is aroused. He is loving. He is sad. He is irritated. He sobs. He jokes. He is regretful. He is proud. He is Churchill.”
“The acting was so good within a minute I had forgotten it wasn’t the man himself.”
“[We] roared with laughter at the funny stories.”
“Edlin has Churchill down pat… his delivery was spot on… delivered it to a full roar from an appreciative house.”
“A marvelous show. From start to finish, our audience was hanging on every word. Every line, delivered perfectly by Mr. Edlin, was an insight into history and into the remarkable man who was Winston Churchill. There was laughter, tears, and moments of thoughtful silence as the esteemed British statesman graced our stage.”
Don’t miss the return performance of this incredible show, back again under our roof for one night only!
No tickets necessary. Admission is by donation; $15 suggested. Proceeds benefit Fairfield Arts & Convention Center.
(Friday) 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
200 North Main St
Bike Fairfield - Level B Service Ride WELCOME, TO A RIDE IN SERVICE TO ALL THINGS GRAVEL AND DIRT! About the Ride: Our 2nd Annual ‘Level B Service Ride’ features the backroads of
Bike Fairfield – Level B Service Ride
WELCOME, TO A RIDE IN SERVICE TO ALL THINGS GRAVEL AND DIRT!
About the Ride:
Our 2nd Annual ‘Level B Service Ride’ features the backroads of Jefferson County in SE Iowa, where we have more dirt roads than any neighboring county.
There are three different routes to choose from for the Level B Service Ride:
Too Legit To Quit (31 miles)
Eat My Shorts (51 miles)
The Beast (117 miles)
Registration is available online, or at the departure location on the morning of the event; Central Park, Fairfield.
We will roll out Saturday, September 25th between 6am – 9am (this is not a race), from Central Park in Fairfield. The departure cut-off time for the long route is 7am, and 9am for both the short and medium routes.
Reminder: This is a “mostly” on your own ride with little to no signage. We will have a SAG and Water/Snack Stations along each route if needed.
Helmets and lights (for your safety) are mandatory for all three routes of the ride.
Please visit the Bike Fairfield website below for more information:
(Saturday) 6:00 am - 5:00 pm
Fairfield Central park Square
The Saturday edition of the Fairfield Farmers Market is now open! Vendors will be out with a variety of goods depending on the time of the season. Come on down
The Saturday edition of the Fairfield Farmers Market is now open!
Vendors will be out with a variety of goods depending on the time of the season. Come on down for your fresh produce, baked goods, flowers, and starter plants.
Located at Howard Park on the corner of Grimes and Court st. Market hours are 8 am to 1 pm.
The market will always be running during operating hours rain or shine. The market might close early if there are dangerous weather warnings.
Come on out and support our local vendors.
There is a variety of grown, baked, or made item’s from several vendors.
Some/most vendors accept cash, check, credit cards, food stamp cards, 2021 farmer’s market nutrition senior/WIC checks, or PayPal/other.
Please practice safe social distancing and masks are recommended!
Let’s make this a great Farmer’s Market season!
(Saturday) 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
Sunday Morning Gravel Rides are here again! We'll be rollin' out from
You can find out more about the routes by connecting with their Facebook Group.
Be sure to download the Ride with GPS map for all the route details.
(Sunday) 9:30 am - 11:30 am
Fairfield Iowa Farmer's market will be in a new location on Wednesdays starting this Wednesday, May 5th, 3 PM to 6 PM southeast side of Central Park downtown square. Come
Fairfield Iowa Farmer’s market will be in a new location on Wednesdays starting this Wednesday, May 5th, 3 PM to 6 PM southeast side of Central Park downtown square. Come visit Fairfield you can walk or ride your bike on the Loop trail system. Shop the 65 plus business around and off of the square end up at the Farmer’s Market starting at 3 PM. Our goal is to have several vendors to choose from. Starting out the spring season 2021 the first few Wednesday’s Market’s might not have a large selection. We are looking for new vendors from the local area and 3 counties surrounding Jefferson county who would like to be a vendor. All items must be grown, made, or baked by you. We would like to have a food truck or food vendor. Please email email@example.com or call/text for rules and regulations.
(Wednesday) 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Join us every Wednesday, 8-10 PM, for the Open Mic Online! For those of you who would like to listen - go to Open Mic at Cafe Paradiso Facebook page and
Join us every Wednesday, 8-10 PM, for the Open Mic Online!
For those of you who would like to listen – go to Open Mic at Cafe Paradiso Facebook page and watch live stream.
We are signing up performers in advance to make sure things run smoother. We still have a few spots open – contact us to sign up for this or future Wednesdays.
Watch directly on their Facebook page:
(Wednesday) 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Landowner Series: Timber THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2021 AT 5:30 PM CDT Meet at Jefferson County Park, Shelter 1 Are you a landowner managing timber or just want to learn more about Iowa’s forests?
Landowner Series: Timber
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2021 AT 5:30 PM CDT
Meet at Jefferson County Park, Shelter 1
Are you a landowner managing timber or just want to learn more about Iowa’s forests? If so, this is the program for you! Cassidy Robinson, District Forester with the DNR, will be leading a program covering overall timber management, timber stand improvement, invasive species, and the diversity of forests. Participants should be prepared for a short hike off trail
(Thursday) 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Jefferson County Park
Jefferson County Park