Purpose of the Calendar:

The Caldwell Chamber of Commerce Community Calendar offers residents and visitors of Caldwell County a comprehensive single resource of things to do in Caldwell County, by highlighting events, activities, and special programs sponsored by the CHAMBER, CHAMBER partner organizations, member businesses and non-profits that are of interest to the community.

Events submitted to the Calendar must:

  • Be open and free to the general public
  • Align with the purpose of the calendar
  • Be sponsored by a Caldwell-based organization, school or business
  • Be held within Caldwell County

 The following types of events are encouraged:

  • Art, music, and entertainment events such as gallery openings, art shows and fairs, concerts, and theater performances
  • Carnivals, fairs, festivals, parades, antique shows, car rallies, dances, banquets
  • Publicly-sponsored events and not-for-profit fundraisers
  • Business and educational workshops, expos, and seminars
  • Health, nutrition, fitness and wellness programs and clinics
  • Public picnics, gatherings, events, and lectures
  • Referendums, elections, public hearings, etc.
  • Caldwell County events of community interest (i.e. emergency preparedness, voter registration)

The Calendar is not intended for:

  • Sales pitching, recruiting, proselytizing
  • Regularly occurring athletic events, fitness classes, religious services, and normal school session
  • Weekly bingo or other gaming events
  • Private events
  • Individual garage sales
  • Individual retail store offers, sale advertisements, or promotions (with exception for Chamber members as per Member Events Calendar Use Policy)
  • General Announcements

How to Submit an Event for Posting:

  • The posting business or organization creates a user account through the CHAMBER website
  • Once approved, users login and complete the online event submission form. The CHAMBER staff will review submitted events within five (5) business days of submission, for approval or rejection, and will notify any user of a rejected event
  • Annually recurring events require resubmission each calendar year
  • The CHAMBER is not responsible for the accuracy of any posting


Once posted, the submitting business or organization is responsible for making any changes to their event information, including revision of event details or cancellation.

Legal Stuff:

  • The CHAMBER reserves the right to review, edit and/or reject any posting at any time that is offensive, inflammatory, discriminatory, inappropriate, or fails to meet the guidelines. Disputes maybe submitted to the CHAMBER Executive Committee for review. All decisions of the CHAMBER Executive Committee are final
  • The CHAMBER does not endorse, support or verify the legitimacy or accuracy of any organization or information posted on this Calendar or any documents or information posted on any web site linked to or from this Calendar
  • All persons or entities submitting postings hereby agree to indemnify, defend and hold harmless the CHAMBER and its individual members, officials, committees, officers, agents, directors, and employees from any and all third party claims that the content violates a third party's right of privacy or contains any defamatory content or violates any state, federal or local law or regulation
  • The CHAMBER reserves the right to revise these guidelines at any time without notice
  • The CHAMBER reserves the right to limit the number of postings by any one business or organization if deemed excessive
  • Event submission constitutes agreement to all guidelines and information contained in this document