Welcome to the Clinton Chamber of Commerce!

Summer Concert Series

The Annual Guilford Savings Bank Summer Concert Series continues on Thursdays in July and August at 6:30 pm at the Vece Gazebo at the Pierson School.

Click here to see the complete schedule.

Rain-Out Do-Over -- Night Flight

We are happy to announce that the concert we cancelled because of the weather has agreed to come back on
Thursday, August 24 at 6:00 pm.
Please note the earlier time; the concert will end at 7:30 pm because of darkness.


Web Site – Under Construction

Please forgive our appearance while we are in the process of bringing our new website online. We are no longer updating the site daily.

Irish Splendor

Imagine waking up in Dublin, Ireland, on St. Patrick’s Day and ending the day in charming Killarney! That’s just one day of this 8-day tour of the amazing “Emerald Isle.” Experience a true taste of the splendor of Ireland from March 14 to 21, 2018.

If you missed our travel presentation, you can still sign up for this tour until September 15, 2017. If you would like a brochure mailed to you, please call the Chamber office at 860-669-2889 or email chamber@clintonct.com.

Town History:

First home to the hammonasset people and later established as a plantation for English settlers in 1663, Clinton, Connecticut boasts a rich and remarkable history. Yale University’s first classes were conducted here. None other than Benjamin Franklin, Colonial Postmaster General, personally determined the site of a Boston Post Road milestone on current Main Street. Hundreds of trading ships were built and launched from Clinton’s shipyards and the Ponds Extract Company (now part of Unilever) set up shop in town to harvest, process, and bottle witch hazel. For generations, vacationers, artists, and year-round residents have found pleasure and a deep community spirit at our shore. Since 1938, the Clinton Historical Society has researched, recorded, and shared stories of Clinton’s past. Now, we invite you to discover life in Clinton in the days and centuries gone by.

Source Clinton Historical Society