In a continuing series of programs hosted by Cannon Grange, Wilton fire chief Ronald Kanterman will present a program on Fire Safety Issues on Thursday evening, Feb. 2 at 7 p.m.. The talk is part of the Grange’s “Living Well” series and is open to all members of the public.

Kanterman will address the steps town residents can follow to ensure a fire safe home and community. He also will talk about the many activities that Wilton Fire Department personnel do to support the town, their interaction with other town agencies, and how the Fire Commission is structured and functions. A Q & A period will follow the presentation.

Cannon Grange Hall is located at 25 Cannon Rd., and parking is available at the Grange Hall and at the Cannondale Railroad Station.

Previous programs of the “Living Well” series at Cannon Grange have included meeting the chief of police, Robert Crosby; Wilton’s first selectman, Lynne Vanderslice; Wilton’s state legislators, Gail Lavielle, Toni Boucher and Tom O’Dea; learning to live with Artificial Intelligence by Richard Frisch, and Silent Movie Night by John Mucci.

For upcoming programs in the series, please visit Cannon Grange’s website or call the Grange office at 203.762.1900.