In keeping with the Chamber's mission of “Connecting The Community With Commerce” this Calendar was created to allow member businesses and New Canaan based non-profits to promote their upcoming events to the public. The Community Calendar is a local resource for all residents and visitors and has quickly become one of the most visited pages on the site. Events can be submitted via the link below and will be reviewed and posted within 24-48 hours.
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A panel discussion on End-of-life issues: Death is not easy to talk about, but having the family conversations well in advance is healthy for all and helps lesson the burden on loved one later on.
Practical resources to ensure effective end-of-life planning.
Attwood Lecture at New Canaan Library Presents Acclaimed Journalist and Emmy-Award Winning Producer Chris Whipple
New Canaan Library is pleased to announce that acclaimed journalist, documentary filmmaker, and multiple Peabody and Emmy Award–winning producer Chris Whipple will be guest speaker for the Library's 2017 William Attwood Memorial Lecture.Find out more »
The afternoon will feature music from the classic organ trio repertoire and highlight the work of iconic jazz musicians such as Jimmy Smith, Larry Young, Grant Green, Dr. Lonnie Smith, Wes Montgomery and others.Find out more »
Glass House Presents at New Canaan Library: Mid-Century Modern Architecture Travel Guide: East Coast USA
The Library and The Glass House welcome architecture critic Sam Lubell and architectural photographer Darren Bradley for a conversation about their recently published book, Mid-Century Modern Architecture Travel Guide: East CoastFind out more »
The Paper Wasp, Acampora’s electrifying debut novel, tells the knife-edge story of two women’s dark friendship and twisted ambition set against the backdrop of contemporary HollywoodFind out more »
A discussion on the niche magazine a+u – Architecture & Urbanism – a magazine in Japanese and English that provides information on architecture around the globe to a global readershipFind out more »
Come explore major challenges women face when it comes to building a more financially secure future.Find out more »
“Leonardo’s Last Supper: Earthly and Divine Dining,” Presented by Professor Joseph C. Forte, at New Canaan Library
A unique examination and discussion of Leonardo’s masterpiece from a gastronomical, as well as a theological, perspective.Find out more »