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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Come join the First Presbyterian Choir, Carol Choir and English Handbell Choir at their annual Christmas Concert, “With Gifts of Gold and Incense Sweet: Music for a King”, directed by the new Director of Music, Victoria Shields. Take time to ponder the mystery of the birth of the Christ Child in this busy season. The concert weaves together themes of preparation, light, life and hope for the one who reveals God’s dream for this world. The program features music by Stephen Paulus, including his exquisite Three Nativity CarolsFind out more »
Join us at 11:30am on Sunday, February 12th for a Valentine's Day "Flowers and Chocolate" Coffee Concert featuring choir professionals Michele McBride, Boyd Schlaefer, John Downey and Harper Stevenson.
They will be singing love songs from operas, popular music and broadway. Come join us for a lovely time with decadent sweets, flowers, and love songs and bring a friend!Find out more »
The First Presbyterian Church of New Canaan presents their Director of Music and Organist, Victoria Shields in concert on Friday, March 17th at 7:30 pm. She will present works by Bache, Vierne, Paulus, Shearing and an organ duet and piece for four feet with special guest, Robert Kwan, Director of Music for Trinity Episcopal Church in SouthportFind out more »
The annual First Presbyterian Church of New Canaan Scottish Heritage & Kirkin’ o’ the Tartan Service will take place Sunday April 30 at ten a.m. at the First Presbyterian Church of New Canaan. The Reverend Paul Gilmore, Senior Pastor, will officiate and preach.Find out more »
Charis Chamber Voices will present a program of 17th and 18th century works from the heart of the Baroque period, including Handel’s acrobatic Dixit Dominus featuring soloists and a 12-piece orchestra playing period instruments.Find out more »
Presbyterians trace their spiritual and lineal roots back to Scotland - the Kirkin’ features the presentation of family (or clan) tartans by church school children for a traditional blessing.Find out more »
The Philip Ives Sanctuary into a 1970’s disco! DJ Ralphie will be spinning the best tunes of the eraFind out more »
An all-Baroque program accompanied by Baroque orchestra.Find out more »
A don’t-miss discussion about identifying the early warning signs and at-risk behaviors that, without intervention, could lead to violence.Find out more »