Several Greater Danbury area towns are marking the 16th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
The Brookfield Historical Society will honor the memory of four victims with ties to Brookfield with a memorial display as well personal testimonials and recorded acts of courage by Brookfield first responders. The display at the Historical Society's Museum on Whisconier Road will be open Saturday from noon to 4pm.
Ridgefield is hosting a ceremony at the 9/11 Monument on Danbury Road at 6:30pm Monday.
New Fairfield's remembrance is at the Senior Center starting at 6pm. The 102nd Army Band will play leading up to the 7pm ceremony.
Danbury officials, and members of the Danbury Fire and Police Departments will mark the solemn occasion on Monday at the City's 9/11 Memorial on Main Street in Elmwood Park. The program will begin at 6pm. Mayor Mark Boughton says the annual gathering allows us the opportunity to come together and reflect on the tragedy that occurred, remember those lost and honor the heroes, those who risked their lives and those who paid the ultimate sacrifice.