The March 24 meeting of the Literary Group was hosted by Irv Faunce and Jan Collins at the Wilton Blueberry Farm. The seven who attended discussed their favorite bookstores and sampled brownies, cookies, and blueberry pie before getting down to the business of talking about books. A simple list of the titles is below, or link here for the details. . . . → Read More: March Literary Group Meets at Wilton Blueberry Farm
“I love color,” Julieanne says, “I can taste color.” She likes to layer colors to provide depth to her art. Animals peek coyly out of corners, emerge subtly from camoflaged background, or boldly take center stage. “There are meanings and messages assigned to animals in most cultures.” . . . → Read More: Art exhibit features area artist Julieanne Reed
Jack Howatt, Farmington hunter and trapper, shows a rapt audience of homescoolers some of his collection of furs, skulls, and other animal parts. His stories thrilled the group for more than an hour in the mid-February program. . . . → Read More: Homeschoolers get a lesson in local wildlife
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We will try to keep the Library open on days when schools are closed due to snow storms. We will close if it is difficult to clear the bridge and sidewalk, or if staff is not available. We will try to post closings on local radio, public access television (Ch 11), broadcast Channels 8 and 13, and on the website. . . . → Read More: Storm Closings
On March 1, the Wilton Library joined other Maine libraries in making downloaded eBooks and audio books available to its patrons. Look for the Download Library logo in our links (left sidebar) to go to the Maine InfoNet download page. . . . → Read More: eBook/Audiobook Download Library