NEW CANAAN, Conn. – Here’s a look at events happening in New Canaan this week, including government meetings and community happenings. See our events listings for more events.
Monday, Jan. 28
New Canaan Library Movie Mondays: 4 p.m. Join the New Canaan Library for Movie Mondays. This week’s movie is “The Odd Life of Timothy Green.” The film will be screened in the Plaut Room. New Canaan Library. 151 Main St.
(Rescheduled) Venture Moms Reveal Their Secrets For Success at New Canaan Library: 10 a.m. Learn the five things that most mom entrepreneurs have in common and see how you can use them for your venture idea. Topics will include picking the right name, marketing and using social media to build your brand. New Canaan Library, 151 Main St.
Tuesday, Jan. 29
New Canaan Planning and Zoning Commission Special Meeting: 6:30 p.m. The planning and zoning commission will have a special meeting for deliberation and any possible action regarding settling the Jelliff Mill litigation. The commission’s regular meeting will follow at 7 p.m. New Canaan Nature Center, 144 Oenoke Ridge Road.
Wednesday, Jan. 30
New Canaan High School Varsity Wrestling: 7 p.m. The New Canaan Rams will host Westhill High School at the New Canaan High School Gymnasium. New Canaan High School, 11 Farm Road.
Thursday, Jan. 31
New Canaan Town Council Special Meeting: 6:30 p.m. The town council will host a special informational meeting about the state’s Freedom of Information Act. New Canaan Nature Center, 144 Oenoke Ridge Road.
Friday, Feb. 1
Getting Creative With Word at New Canaan Library: 9:30 a.m. Did you know you can create beautiful flyers, calendars, cards and much more using Word? Participate in this class and learn how to use Word as desktop publishing software. New Canaan Library, 151 Main St.
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