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Annual Silvermine Scholarship

Deadline April 19th!

Earth Day Clean-Up

Saturday, April 20

Cinco de Mayo

Saturday, May 4


Annual Silvermine Scholarship Friday, April 19 is the application deadline. Open to all high school seniors in an active SCA membership household.

Earth Day Clean-Up Saturday, April 20, 9am to 12pm: Join fellow Silverminers in ensuring our neighborhood stays beautiful. Trash bags, gloves and tools will be provided.

Silvermine Photo Contest Calling photographers of all ages and skill levels! Submit your best photos taken in Silvermine to be considered for selection for a 2025 Silvermine Calendar and set of notecards. Photo categories: 1) Waterscapes; 2) Historic; 3) Floral/Plants/Trees; and 4) Animals/Wildlife. Submitters must be active SCA members and photos must have been taken in last three years. Winners will be announced at the SCA Fall Social in October. Fee: $5 per photo submission.  Entries open May 1st!

 Cinco de Mayo Saturday, May 4, 4pm to 7pm, at 314 Beer Garden, South Norwalk. Ven a celebrar con nosotros…Come celebrate and join in the festivities with us! Details available here soon.

Silvermine Walking Tour Saturday, June 15, 9am to 12pm. Stroll, learn about historic homes and sites in the Mill Road, River Road and Silvermine Road areas, and participate in our Treasure Hunt. Tour information may be picked up near the Silvermine Arts Center entrance on June 15. Tours will begin at timed intervals. Details available shortly.

Shredding Event Saturday, June 15, 9am – 12pm: Doing a Spring clean-up? Drop off unwanted papers for secure shredding. $35 for first 3 boxes/bags; $10 for each add’l box/bag. Drop off at the rear of the Silvermine Arts Center parking lot.


Silvermine is a unique Fairfield County, Connecticut neighborhood which is made up of adjoining sections of Norwalk, New Canaan and Wilton. The Silvermine Community Association (SCA) is a non-profit, volunteer-led organization whose membership consists of residents and friends of this beautiful and historic area.

SCA has been active for more than 60 years. The purpose of SCA is to engage in cultural, civic, literary, historic, social, and charitable activities. Established to provide scholarships to resident college-bound students, the SCA sponsors many annual events in support of this. Members enjoy occasional history dinners, neighborhood clean-ups, an annual Potluck dinner and quarterly Silvermine Socials. The Easter Bunny visits our annual Pancake Breakfast, and Santa Claus always arrives on the back of the fire engine to deliver presents to children of SCA members.