‘Who Knew?’ Column Launches on New Canaanite, Sponsored by Walter Stewart’s


Elm Street in New Canaan, December 2021. Laura Ault photo

Jan. 21, 2022—NewCanaanite.com for Friday’s newsletter launched a new column by town resident and writer Laura Ault. 

Laura Ault

Sponsored by Walter Stewart’s Market, “Who Knew?” will appear each month in the third Friday newsletter. 

In it, Ault will unearth surprises she finds “in our little corner of the suburbs.”

“I’ll search for those great experiences that can only be had in New Canaan, from restaurants and shops to hikes and events,” Ault said. “And when I find something great, I won’t keep it to myself, as much as I may want.”

Ault is a creative director and founder of a mission-based marketing consultancy. A native of northern California and graduate of Colgate University, she moved to New Canaan in 2014 and lives on the west side of town with her husband, three dogs and two cats.

Doug Stewart, vice president of Walter Stewart’s Market, said the local business is pleased to sponsor Ault’s writing about New Canaan, which recently included an article spotlighting five standout local foods.

“We’re always eager to celebrate the best parts of our town, and we look forward to reading Laura’s column each month,” Stewart said.

New Canaanite Editor Michael Dinan said Ault ranks among the very best writers in town, and said “Who Knew?” is designed to appeal to longtime residents as well as newcomers.

“New Canaan’s outstanding restaurants, businesses and organizations offer unique food, goods, services and experiences for locals as well as visitors,” Dinan said. “Laura’s the right person to talk about all of it.”

About Walter Stewart’s Market

Walter Stewart’s is an award-winning fresh local family market, offering the very best products and service since 1907. The Stewart’s family and staff have enjoyed serving our community with a smile and a helping hand for over a century.

About NewCanaanite.com 

Launched in 2014 by Michael Dinan, the New Canaanite is a news site covering quality-of-life matters in town, such as local businesses, parks, pets, public safety, government, resident profiles, local history and parking.

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