Join us at the library on Friday, February 12th from 6-8 pm for a tasty evening! Bring your own specialty dessert to enter in the competition. Use your spare change to vote for your favorites! Adults: $5, Children 10 and under: $2.
Music, treats, and a craft available for kids. See you . . . → Read More: Confection Election
A reminder for the new year! Lego Building Group will be available for Pre K- 3rd grade children on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month from 6-7 PM. Children meet downstairs in the children’s room and there is coffee available for adults on the main floor! Don’t miss it!
The Literary Group is entering it’s fifth year! For those new to the group, this is not the type of book club where everyone reads the same book. Not everyone feels comfortable with the traditional book club model where club members choose which books they will read over the course of a year, then get together on a regular basis to discuss them. It means several people will need to buy, borrow, or download the titles. And what if you really don’t like this month’s selection? What if you’ve read a tremendous book and want to discuss it, or recommend it? What if you just like to talk about books and reading in general? Then this is the group for you! We have an average of 10 to 12 people per meeting, on the third Tuesday of the month at 6:30 at the Library. Our next meeting is Dec. 15. . . . → Read More: Literary Group News
Come to the Wilton Free Public Library Saturday evening November 14, for a fun, family-friendly night of laughs! Doors open at 6:30!
Teacher’s Lounge Mafia improv group will perform a hilarious, all-ages show at 7pm!
We will be holding our annual silent auction during the evening. A great time to do some holiday shopping to benefit the library!
Enjoy some free refreshments!
Tickets sold at the door $5/per person or $20 family price.
. . . → Read More: Third Annual Teacher’s Lounge Mafia and Silent Auction Night
Healthy Community Coalition staff will be available to administer the influenza vaccine (seasonal flu shot) and provide information and answer questions about Affordable Care Act marketplace insurance at sites throughout our community in November. . . . → Read More: Flu Shots and Affordable Care Act Insurance Sign-up Assistance
Saturday, March 28th 1-3pm Saturday, April 4th 1-3pm Women, men, teens — learn to sew! Whether you just want to brush up on sewing or have never touched a sewing machine before, this is the class for you. In this two-session class you’ll learn the basics of using a home sewing machine so you can operate one on your own. Session One will cover sewing tools and materials: fabrics, thread types, needles, interfacing, etc.; what to look for in a sewing machine . . . → Read More: Beginning Sewing Classes with Glenda Fay
Doug Dunlap will be reading from his new book, Kayak and Canoe Outings in the Western Mountains of Maine, Thursday, March 26 at 6:30 in the Library. Doug has been paddling the waters of northern New England for over 40 years, and has paddled every water in this handbook. He is a Registered Maine Guide, and lives in Farmington with his family on an old farm with a view of the mountains. . . . → Read More: Doug Dunlap reads from new book