New Canaan native Matthew B. Cantlon, MD, an orthopedic surgeon and fellowship-trained hand, wrist, and upper extremity specialist, has joined Orthopaedic and Neurosurgery Specialists (ONS), which has offices in Greenwich and Stamford. Cantlon’s expertise includes treatment of arthritis of the hand, wrist and elbow, fractures of the hand and upper extremity, nerve compression syndromes of the upper extremity including carpal tunnel and cubital tunnel syndromes, treatment of masses such as ganglion cysts, and rehabilitation of sports injuries of the hand and upper extremity.

David P. Dineen of Darien has been appointed executive vice president -- the head of community banking -- at the New Canaan-based company, Bankwell , which serves the banking and lending needs of residents and businesses throughout Fairfield and New Haven Counties. A 30-year banking veteran, Dineen will oversee Bankwell’s deposit lines of business, including retail, commercial and cash management, as well as e-banking and marketing, to align, develop and implement the company’s overall deposit growth strategy and new business development opportunities. Dineen resides in Darien with his wife and three children. He is a member of the Darien Board of Education , the Darien Volunteer Fire Department , and the Town of Darien Firefighter’s Foundation . He and his wife are also actively involved with theTiny Miracles Foundation .

Off to college

Three New Canaanites are members of the class of 2020 at Loyola University Maryland in Baltimore. Loyola's newest Greyhounds are John Sloan, Deanna Bottomley and Peter Swindell.

Cartoons on display

Mary Anne Case of New Canaan will be displaying some of her work at the Wilton library starting this weekend. The National Cartoonists Society Connecticut Chapter will be exhibiting noteworthy cartoons from local artists, including Case.

Brian Walker , who lives in Wilton and works out of the Silvermine Market in New Canaan, will also be part of the exhibit. Walker helps write and produce the iconic newspaper comic strips, “Hi and Lois” and “Beetle Bailey” — both of which his father Mort created in the ‘50s with the help of cartoonistDik Browne , who started “Hagar the Horrible” in the ‘70s. Brian Walker now works with his father Mort, older brother Greg and Dik Browne’s son Chance , along with veteran cartoonist Jerry Dumas . Work from the Walker and Browne families, as well as Chase, will also be on display.

The opening reception is from 6-7:30 p.m. on Oct. 14 and the exhibition runs through Nov. 11.

At Waveny

Events at Waveny House, Lapham Community Center and Waveny LifeCare Network.

Alternative medicine: Robin Boccuzzi , a community nurse with the town’s Health and Human Services Department , is offering a workshop on integrative and alternative medicine. She will discuss relaxation therapies and acupuncture on Oct. 19 at 10 a.m. atLapham Center . She will show a video lecture from the Mayo Clinic and follow it with a discussion and question and answer session. No reservations necessary.

At the library

The New Canaan Library is located at 151 Main St.

John Singer Sargent: The New Canaan Library has joined with the Stamford Museum & Nature Center and the Loft Artists Association to present a unique and exceptional exhibition exploring and highlighting the legacy of the American master painter John Singer Sargent. The exhibition's opening reception on Oct. 15 from 4-6 p.m. offers the rare opportunity to view Portrait of J.P. Wolff, an original Sargent generously on loan for the evening from the Stamford Museum permanent collection.

The reception will be held in New Canaan Library's H. Pelham Curtis Gallery. Adding an additional note of beauty to the reception will be a musical performance by classical guitarist Francesco Barone. The exhibition runs through Oct. 30.