Community Organization 2012 Participants
A variety of Canton Community Organizations and Non-Profit Groups are on display. Many offer information about their organization along with activities for children, displays and much more.
(601) Canton Police Department
Public safety information to hand out and items on display.
(602) Canton Volunteer Fire Department
Informational display. Meet some of the towns’s Volunteers.
(603) (604) Town of Canton
Learn all about services offered by the town.
(605) Canton Education Foundation
Organization seeking a community wide commitment to strenfthen the educational experience for Canton children, adults and seniors.
(606) Canton Democratic Town Committee
Informational Booth. Meet and Greet the candidates for the November Election.
(607) Canton Historical Society
Stop by our main booth to see our Vision of the Future of the museum and check out the opportunity to be part of that dream.
(608) (609) EXITS
(610) Canton Library & Friends of the Canton Library
Learn all about the library and what it offers.
(611) Canton League of Women Voters
Information on joining the league and information on voter registration and the upcoming election.
(612) Cherry Brook Garden Club
There will be a raffle of locally grown flower bouquets created by Garden Club members. Homemade lavendar brownies will be shared with anyone stopping by the booth. Look for paper flowers celebrating the club’s 75th birthday.
(613) Canton Advocates for Responsible Expansion
Canton is currently updating it’s “Master Plan” for future development and conservation, as well as its zoning regulations. Stop by to learn about smart growth, and how you can impact your town’s future.
(614) Canton Republican Party
Informational booth. Meet the candidates for the upcoming election
(615) Canton Land Trust
This land is your land! Learn about CLCT’s 2000 acres of preserved land in Canton. Start to celebrate our 40th anniversary. Play games and have fun!
(616) Roaring Brook Nature Center
Learn all about the nature center.
(701) Trinity Nursery School
Trinity Nursery School has been educating preschool aged children for nearly 50 years. A NAEYC accredited preschool serving families in the Farmington Valley with an average 20 or more years of experience for each teacher. Stop by to learn about our educational environment, meet families and teachers, learn about openings and participate in a kid friendly activity.
(702) Canton Lions Club
(703, 704) Community of Concern/Substance Abuse/Youth Services Bureau
Information about town organizations. Schedules of coming events.
(705) The Church of Jesus of the Later Day Saints
(706) Farmington Valley VNA
Information about the services the VNA offers
(707) Collinsville Congregational Church
Informational booth and displays.
(708) Focus on Canton
Focus is dedicated to nurturing, assisting and supporting the residents of Canton. It was created as an outreach program to coordinate community efforts that assist Canton residents with personal and community needs not otherwise met. Stop by and see what we are up to. We are always looking for new energetic members to join our ranks!
(709) Trinity Episcopal Church
Booth will emphasize Trinity’s outreach into the Canton community.
(710) Canton Food Bank
Learn all about the food bank and how you can help, contribute and/or volunteer.
(711) 1st Congregational Church of Canton Center
(712) Mother’s Connection
To promote mothering and community among mothers in the Farmington Valley. Promote our group and get the word out to mothers who may not know about us. We plan to have a couple of simple craft activities for children and hand out literature and answer questions.
(713) Canton Community Baptist Church
Informational Booth. Quilt Raffle.
(714) Canton Youth Soccer
Learn all about the upcoming 2012-2013 youth soccer programs.
(715) Canton Booster Club
(714) Canton Youth Basketball
Learn all about the upcoming 2012-2013 youth basketball programs
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