The Teacher’s Lounge Mafia will once again be performing their zany improv comedy act at the Wilton Free Public Library on Saturday, Feb. 7. Doors open at 6:30 pm for a Silent Auction Show starts at 7:30 pm. Entertainment suitable for the whole family. . . . → Read More: Teachers Lounge Mafia
The Wilton Rug Hooking & Fiber Arts Group will be meeting again starting Friday, October 10. The group will meet from 10 to 12 p.m. at the library. Bring a project to work on as the group shares ideas and techniques. The group will meet again on Friday, November 7. For more information, call . . . → Read More: Wilton Rug Hooking & Fiber Arts Group
Adults love summer reading too, so we’re borrowing a great idea from the Farmington Public Library!
Come join in our 1st Annual Adult Summer Reading Program: Step 1: Read a library book. Step 2: Write a six word review. Step 3: Enter to win a weekly drawing for a gift certificate to a local . . . → Read More: Adult Summer Reading Program starts today
Attention! View the goal sheet for the summer reading program! Fitting in the science theme, check out this periodic table with the “elements” of a great summer. For every 7 completed, children can pick from the prize box. For all completed, there will be a larger prize at the end! . . . → Read More: Summer Reading Program Starts June 26
Five Maine photographers will be exhibiting their work at the Wilton Library through the end of July. Masi Habi (Portland), Jo Josephson (Temple), Johnathan Norton (Long Island), Corinna Roy (Roxbury), and Adam Savage (Farmington) will present a variety of photos and graphic art. There will be a reception and opening on Friday, June 27, from 6 to 8 p.m. Refreshments will be catered by Julieanne Reed of Mexico. . . . → Read More: Photography exhibit opens Friday, June 27
As a result of the incredibly successful memoir writing workshop earlier this month, eight of the workshop attendees have formed a writing group that will meet in the Wilton Library. The first meeting will be held Thursday, May 29, from 6:30 to approximately 7:30 – 8:00 p.m. on the Mezzanine floor. Some basic refreshments will be served. . . . → Read More: Writing Group to meet May 29
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.