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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Stroller fitness class at Waveny Park. For new moms, pregnant women, and anyone who wants their pre-baby body back! A full-body workout tailored to the pre- and postnatal body, and based around your stroller.Find out more »
New Troops are forming for the fall. Parent information sessions will be held on Wednesday, May 18th at 9:30am and 4:30pm. Come to the Merrie Bee Cabin at 25 Old Norwalk Road to hear about all that Girl Scouts has to offer! Girls in grades Kindergarten and up are eligible.Find out more »
Understanding hormones, your menstrual cycle and your own body’s rhythm can be a lifelong learning process for a woman.
When the body experiences hormonal imbalance, a woman can experience anxiety, depression, weight gain, food cravings, fatigue, low libido, menstrual irregularities, PMS, infertility, chronic fatigue syndrome, anemia, hair loss, moodiness, Hashimoto’s and Graves’ Disease, PCOS, endometriosis...just to name a few.Find out more »
This drop-in event is a chance for knitters and crocheters of all ages and experience levels to chat, get tips, and learn from each other while working on their own projects.
Never crocheted or knitted but want to learn? Needles, hooks, and yarn will be available for new learners. Sewing machines and sewing tools will also be available for participants who are certified to use them.Find out more »
Join us for this important seminar that will help your family make informed decisions and plan ahead for the legal, financial and practical needs of aging family members. Hosted by Brightview On New Canaan senior living and presented by Ann Fowler-Cruz, Elder Law Attorney and Principal of Cohen and Wolf, P.C.Find out more »
In this informative and timely presentation, New Canaan families will learn about Connecticut and federal laws as they apply to marijuana. There will also be important and unbiased data about medical marijuana and the ideas, concepts and social policies surrounding the recreational marijuana industry.
Join criminal defense and trial attorney, Matthew M. Maddox, who will provide accurate information about Connecticut and federal marijuana laws and clarify misconceptions about whether weed is legal. Discuss ideas and where we stand about medical marijuana, and what costs we might anticipate when we balance tax revenue from the State-sanctioned sale of marijuana.