E-Mail: canton.tv@comcast.net  

Voice: 781-821-0008

Fax:    781-821-0884 


Location:    900 Randolph Street, Canton, Massachusetts 02021

Channel Listings to the right of this page:

Government Channel: 

Visit Cable 22 / Verizon 42

For government meetings, playback times and more. Click to the “Government Page” for important links to the town page, notes on the meetings, related “Canton Citizen” articles and much more.

Student Station

Visit Cable 12 /Verizon 41

For CHS sports, school events and school committee and student productions. Click to “The Student Station” for important school committee links, related “Canton Citizen’’ articles, videos and more.

Community Channel:

Visit Cable 8 or Verizon 43 for community volunteer programs and local events. Click to “Community Station” for Canton videos related “Canton Citizen” articles and much more.

The television schedule is typically updated on Thursdays.

Local TV Schedule:

July 20 -26

Canton Public Library:

OpenBook Coffeehouse:

Featuring Jim Trick

Canton Recreation’s Summer Concert Series: 

The American Legion Band

Canton Senior Center Speaker Series:  Medicare Presentation

Canton Senior Center Speaker Series:

Dr. Michael Rauch, Chiropractor and Wellness Professional discusses sources of stress, it’s impact and how the body copes.

Canton Senior Center Speaker Series:  Retired Boston Police Detective Tom Miller talks about his experiences as a detective. 

Conservation Commission of July 12

Repeats Thursday-Tues.

(July 20-25)

6 AM, 3 PM, Midnight

Zoning Board of July 13

Repeats Thursday-Tues.

(July 20-25)

9 AM, 6 PM

Blue Ribbon Traffic of July 20

Repeats Thursday-Tues.

(July 20-25)

Noon, 9 PM

School Committee of July 13

(July 20-25) 6 AM, Noon, 6 PM, Midnight

Sports from 2016-17 School year:

(July 20-25)

9 AM, 3 PM, 9 PM

Dr. Catherine Brown, MA State Public Health Veterinarian and

Dr. Sam T. Donta, Infectious Disease Specialist on tic diseases.

Presentation of the

Canton Public Library “Speaker Series.”

Link: “Canton Citizen Ariticle”

Canton High’s Joyce Stenmon retires after 40 years