Our lives can be seen as a series of stories, either chronological or around one topic, or whatever we can devise: we can focus on the single day when life changed, the decade when our experience led us to a life focus, our lives with our families. There are no limits to the shape or subject of a memoir. The goal is to enjoy the exploration of memory and discover what we find, and we always find something. . . . → Read More: Memoir Writing workshop, Wilton Library, May 3, 10—2.
The Rug Hooking/Fiber Arts Group will be meeting Saturday, April 26th at 10:00. It has been rescheduled from Sat. April 19.
The Wilton Literary Group met Tuesday evening at the Library with 7 people attending. We agreed that having a consistent meeting place was a good idea. We decided to approach the Wilton Congregational Church to see if we could meet there. They have a kitchen that would make it easier to have potluck dinners on the evening of the meeting. . . . → Read More: April 15 Literary Group notes
The Spring, 2014 issue of the library newsletter will be out April 15. Thank you to Michael Höhne, our Board secretary and co-owner of Höhne-Werner Designs, for laying out the issue; also thank you to those who contributed articles and photos.
. . . → Read More: Newsletter coming out April 15
Ten students of Mr. Roger Bisaillon’s Mt. Blue High School art class are displaying their art at the Library. The exhibit, titled “Spirit Animals,” will be up through the month of April. The ten students are: Elise Beauchamp, Kaleigh Brann, Ricky Chen, Claire Donaghue, Emma Enoch, Eve Fuerstenberger, Sarina Grant, Taylor Hollingsworth, Anja Nordstrom, . . . → Read More: 2014 High School Student Art Exhibit
At the March 24 meeting of the Wilton Finance Committee, the committee members voted unanimously to accept our next fiscal year’s budget request of $105,395. Thanks to library board members Chris Bennett and Nancy Allen and selectman Tiffany Maiuri for their support. The next budget review meeting is the April 1 meeting of the . . . → Read More: Budget Meeting News
The library will be closed at 5 p.m. today because of the snow. We intend to open at the regular time tomorrow (Thurs., March 13) unless it it still snowing heavily. . . . → Read More: Weather closing: Wed. at 5 p.m.