Regional Community Events

Following are main events  and links to area and regional communities and organizations websites:

Upcoming community events:.
  • .See St. Anthony,  St. Ann's and St. Georges Churches upcoming events.
  • See details for supporting Lebanon Medicine Shortage Relief  
  • See details for CIFC, Inc. Connecticut Institute For Communities, Inc Back to schools  
    • NYC and Tri-state Cultural Journal events as shared by Lebanon Consulate in NY.
             Vaccinate Lebanon Initiative. see below for detail. 

    BEIRUT/LEBANON U.S. VETERANS MEMORIAL MONUMENT DEDICATION CEREMONY - Sat. OCT 23rd - 11AM at War Memorial Danbury, CT. For more detail visit this Link. we strongly encourage many in our community to join our State DVA Commissioner Thomas Saadi, along with our own Beirut Vet. Peter Delucia in this long overdue dedication. The idea and the planning for this monument began shortly after the Lebanon American Club honored the Beirut Vets in CT during Lebanon Day in June 2019.       

    • St. Anthony's church to hold a Trunk or Treat event on Sunday Oct. 30th. $5/child. for details see this link



    Danbury Library: 

    The Annual Holiday Craft Fair is on Saturday, December 4 from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM. 

    Support for Lebanon Medication Shortages Fundraiser:

    Please help us help Lebanon, by donating to our SOS Medications Go Fund Me account.
    We are currently trying to raise $10,000 to purchase medications from France and send them to a free clinic in Lebanon, that distributes necessary medications to people in need, for free.
    We are also holding a fundraising luncheon on Sunday August 15th at Papa Pizza 284 Farmington Ave. Plainville, CT @ 1 pm, $40 a person. Every dollar will go to help Lebanon.
    Please let us know if you’re able to make it, by calling or texting 860-205-6777.
    If you’re not able to make it, please donate and share the Go Fund Me link.
    Thank you for your continued support and generosity.

    Lebanon depends on us
    Gisele Taweh Frank

    Support for Back to school:

    CIFC    will compete again this year in the Greater Danbury Forever Young 2021 Kickball Tournament against a field of 30+ local teams. The community tournament will benefit students in need of backpacks and back to school supplies. Your contribution today will support the CIFC uniforms and the needed supplies to pack those backpacks to be distributed to students in need throughout the Danbury School System. So please make your donation today at and press the donate button. Note in the comment section FY21.These school supplies are an essential component of the back to school experience. Thank you for your support of CIFC and the Forever Young 2021 Kickball Event.
    Joe Walkovich
    203 470-3271

    Cultural Journal
    Provided by Lebanon Consulate of NY

    Cultural Journal
    Kindly note that henceforth the Cultural Journal will be circulated only at the beginning of every month. Any possible entries for inclusion in the Cultural Journal should be sent to our office at least before the 15th of any given month. If you would like to receive invitations and email updates regularly join our Mailing List!

    Consulate General of Lebanon in New
    9 E 76th St.
    NY, NY 10021
    Tel: 1 (212) 744-7905
    Fax: 1 (212) 794-1510


    Vaccination Campaign launched by LAU, AUB, USJ and Saint George University Medical Center 
    As you know, Lebanon is experiencing extremely challenging times. Lebanese American University continues to rise to the challenge
    Lebanese American University (LAU), the American University of Beirut (AUB), l'Université Saint-Joseph (USJ), and Saint George Hospital University Medical Center (SGHUMC) are combining their purchasing power to secure 
    over 200,000 vaccines from FDA-approved manufacturers.  
    LAU will begin by vaccinating students, faculty and staff, and then, in accordance with government regulations, will vaccinate the surrounding community free of charge.  
    Without these efforts, a full vaccine roll-out would not be completed in Lebanon until 2025. 
    We simply cannot wait that long. The only way forward is through vaccinating the majority of Lebanon’s population to reach herd immunity. 
    Securing these vaccines requires considerable resources. Fortunately, we have raised $1.6 million from some very generous donors. To complete the final stretch, 
    we need your help.  
    Vaccinations are essential for the nation to return to some level of normalcy and for LAU to safeguard its future. 

    A donation of any amount will go a long way to ensure that vaccines are shipped to Lebanon immediately. Fresh dollars from the U.S. are especially needed at this time. 
    We urge you to join our efforts to safeguard the future of our university, community, and our country. Thank you for helping us 
    vaccinate Lebanon! 
    Click on the link below to view the video and make a donation: