Fairfield Museum and History Center 370 Beach Road, Fairfield Monday-Friday \u2022 10-4; Saturday-Sunday, noon-4 Free admission members; adults $5, seniors $3; students $3; free children under 5; fairfieldhistory.org, 203-259-1598. Adult lecture series \u2014 Home of Happy Dancers: The Story of Bridgeport\u2019s Ritz Ballroom with Jeffrey Williams Sunday, Feb. 23, 2:30. Join Jeffrey for a book signing and to hear stories of this famous ballroom. Suggested donation $5; members free. Sponsored by Fairfield University. Wonder Women of Fairfield exhibit \u2014 Discover the vision and determination of Fairfield\u2019s most famous women, who forged new avenues of achievement not open to earlier generations Feb. 27-April 28, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Members free, non-members $5; students and seniors $3, children under 5 free. Admission to the Museum is free Mondays and Tuesdays, courtesy of People\u2019s United Bank. Women\u2019s activisim lecture \u2014 The Personal is Political: Women\u2019s Activism in the 1960s, Sunday, March 2, 2:30-4. Discover the depth and range of women\u2019s grass roots activism as well as the features of a social movement, from differing ideologies to creating a focused movement. Sponsored by Fairfield University; co-sponsored by the League of Women Voters. Mother\/Daughter Tea \u2014 Share a cup of tea, visit the Wonder Women exhibition, learn about the great contributions local women have made to our community, and enjoy a talk on the health benefits and history of tea, by Betty Johnson of Bigelow Tea Sunday, March 16, 2-4. Members $; non-members $10. Lunch & Lecture \u2014 The Wonder Women of Connecticut with Bambi Mroz of the Connecticut Women\u2019s Hall of Fame, co-sponsored with the League of Women Voters Thursday, March 20, noon-2. Presentation gives a panoramic view of the Hall of Fame\u2019s inductees, including Margaret Rudkin, founder of Pepperidge Farm. Sponsored by Fairfield University, $20 includes lunch. RSVP by March 17, 203-259-1598. Creating Community exhibition \u2014 Creating Community: Exploring 375 Years of Our Past is an ongoing hands-on exhibition that invites visitors to explore the history of Fairfield and its region for nearly 400 years. Look inside a Native American wigwam, climb into an American Revolution fort, decipher a spy code, and learn how factories fueled the area\u2019s growth in the early 1900s. Ongoing exhibition runs Monday-Friday, 10-4; weekends, noon-4.