Peachwave FroYo on Forest Street To Close Saturday

Frozen yogurt purveyor Peachwave on Forest Street is slated to close Saturday, company officials say. The licensee-model company on Saturday will close stores in New Canaan and Wilton (at the end of September, Peachwave President Gregg Roberts said), as well as Mt. Kisco, N.Y., according to Peachwave Regional Manager Ryan Ventura. Though Peachwave here in New Canaan had many loyal customers, the shop was unable to generate a critical mass of regulars in order to make the business work, Ventura said. “We really just want to thank our terrific team and customers in New Canaan, and let them know that we remain open in Norwalk, where we are still going strong,” Ventura told

New Canaan Summer Bucket List Every Teen Should Complete

Each high schooler only has four summers in New Canaan. This year the class of 2015 graduated on June 18, giving teenagers 70 full days of summer, until the Aug. 27 back-to-school start date. New Canaan teens have about 280 days of summer in total through their high school years to try and experience new things, boost their college resume, and most importantly have fun. Factor in the snow days that add extra dates to the school calendar, the fall sports preseason that take up a week of the sunshine, and doctors appointments that parents have decided to squeeze in before the school year, there really isn’t that much time for high schoolers to experience everything that New Canaan has to offer throughout the summer. Here’s a list I came up with of adventures, opportunities, and experiences that all high schoolers should take advantage of in New Canaan, whether these tasks can be completed in the remaining weeks of this summer or will have to wait until next summer.