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Town of Canaan (Falls Village)
Canaan celebrated its 250th Anniversary in 1989. It was incorporated in 1739, has a population of approximately 1,099 and covers an area of 33.3 square miles. Its principal industries are the manufacture of lime and limestone and agriculture. It is governed by a Board of Selectmen, Board of Finance and Town Meeting.
Canaan is a National Historic District. Among the sites to see in Canaan are the South Canaan Meeting House, the Beebe Hill School House and the Great Falls on the Housatonic River. Canaan has two state parks - the Housatonic State Forest and Robbins Swamp Wildlife Preserve - and the Appalachian Trail wends its way through its hills.
There is a town recreation area and the Housatonic River supplies exciting canoeing, kayaking and fishing. Cultural organizations include Music Mountain and the Summer Chamber Music Shed.