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Our Town News

  • Silvermine New Members Exhibition

    The Game is On, mixed media, Dora Tomulic

    Several of the Silvermine Guild of Artists’ newest members will be exhibiting work that explores the territory between two media. Photography and glasswork, video and sound, drawing and collage, and painting and sculpture are a few of the disciplines that inform each other in this new exhibition. Silvermine’s new artists are also a surprisingly international group. Two are Brazilian artists, born in Belo Horizonte; one is from Gunma Prefecture, Japan; another was born and educated in the Croatian capital, Zagreb. The eleven new Guild Artists are: Moshe Bursuker (Purdys, NY); Robert Calafiore (West Hartford, CT); Susan Cox (Pound Ridge, NY); Edhu Nascimento (Norwalk, CT); Kyoshi Otsuka (White Plains, NY); Gina Piccirilli-Hayden (Spring Harbor, NY); Ronnie Rysz (New Haven, CT); Michele Shibley (West Springfield, MA); Dora Tomulic (Hartsdale, NY); Cris Xavier (Norwalk, CT); and Joan Zagrobelny (Newtown, CT).

  • 35th Annual Photography Show: History and Process

    Nautilus by Dan Lenore

    This group art show at the Carriage Barn Arts Center (January 10 – February 8) highlights the history of photography as well as the development and evolution of the camera. Approximately 120 works from 75 contemporary artists from Fairfield and Westchester counties were selected by the juror of the exhibition, Robert Gurbo, who is the Curator of the Estate of André Kertész and the André and Elizabeth Kertész Foundation in New York. He is the author of André Kertész: The Early Years and André Kertész: The Polaroids. In the late 1970’s, Gurbo began working for André Kertész (1894-1985), one of the most inventive, influential, and prolific photographers in the medium’s history.

    In conjunction with the contemporary pieces, the Directors Arianne Kolb and Eleanor Flatow, with the help of exhibiting artist and collector Thomas Mezzanotte, curated a historical section that highlights some of the cameras and processes employed by photographers over the past 100 years.


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Chamber Events

  • New Member Breakfast – New Date


    The New Canaan Chamber of Commerce is happy to announce their third annual New Member Breakfast! The event is a breakfast meeting which has been rescheduled for Tuesday February 10th at the New Canaan Library. The meeting will welcome new members, and provide a nice way for prospective members to meet other members of the New Canaan business community. Each attendee will have the opportunity to introduce themselves to the group. Please come and bring a guest! Breakfast will be served a $10 per person cover charge will be collected at the door.

  • New Canaan Gift Certificate


    Give the Gift of New Canaan!
    As the holiday gift giving season approaches, give the gift of New Canaan!
    Supporting local merchants is a great way to help maintain the character of our unique village district. More dollars spent locally means our merchants can continue to grow their businesses and provide the goods and services our residents need and want. Redeemable at participating New Canaan Chamber members’ stores, restaurants and businesses.

    Gift certificates are on sale now at the following locations:

    New Canaan Chamber, 91 Elm Street
    Bankwell 208 Elm Street
    TD Bank, 272 Elm Street
    Walter Stewart’s Market, 229 Elm Street


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Meet Our Members

  • Lisa Corrado Nutrition


    Lisa Corrado the owner of Lisa Corrado Nutrition just celebrated her ten year anniversary in business here in New Canaan. When asked why she joined the Chamber she shared this with us. “I joined the New Canaan Chamber of Commerce because the members I spoke to were so excited about being a part of it themselves. The Chamber (and its members) helps form the personality of the town through community outreach, promoting New Canaan as a destination, and great events like the Holiday Stroll, the Halloween Parade and the Sidewalk Sale.
    I love to connect with other local businesses to help build our community, and being a part of the Chamber is a perfect way to do that”.

  • Homegrown Harvest


    Homegrown Harvest is a new business in New Canaan designed to help residents cultivate a garden in their own backyard. Their services includes consultation, planning, planting, installation, maintenance plans, garden sitting services, and garden accessories. Christine Segalas, co-owner of Homegrown Harvest, says that “we joined the Chamber to become more a part of our town’s … Continue reading »


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New Members

  • Ashta Yoga


    ASHTA.Yoga is an evidence-based wellness program created to improve the quality of life of cancer patients, survivors, and their families. It was developed by Dr. J. Gregory Mears, an oncologist at NY Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center, and Leigh Leibel, an Indian trained Ashtanga yoga instructor certified by Yoga Alliance USA. The eight-step protocol is informed by traditional Indian yogic teachings and includes techniques that reduce stress and create beneficial physiologic changes to the immune system, e.g.: meditation, controlled breathing, gentle yoga postures, chanting, wholesome nutrition, and the practice of gratitude. Small group classes and private instruction are taught at Columbia University Medical Center on 165th Street, NYC, and the Halo Wellness Center in New Canaan. Dr. Mears and Ms. Leibel are both New Canaan residents.

  • Halo Studios

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    Halo Studios is a New Canaan, Connecticut-based collaborative health and wellness community that empowers people to lead healthier and more balanced lives. Home to eleven studios and suites featuring the best local talent, Halo also features an organic cafe, fitness center, cooperative store, tennis club and locker rooms with towel service – with no membership requirements.


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