The library has a very large collection of books of all sorts for readers of all ages and tastes. Also films, sheet music, songbooks, and audio books. Pricing is by donation. Dealers are welcome. Your generous donations allow the library to purchase new books.
Saturday, May 16, 2015 9:00 a.m. to . . . → Read More: Book Sale Saturday, May 16
Back by popular demand!
We are once again selling our special Bookworm Blend in 8 oz. bags.
Decaf and Regular, $7.00
. . . → Read More: Ground Coffee Sales Return
The Literary Group meets Tuesday, April 21 at 6:30 in the Library. Books last month were: . . . → Read More: Literary Group meets Tuesday, April 21
The Wilton Free Public Library is currently displaying artwork for our annual Spring Art Show featuring work by three talented Mt. Blue High School art students. McKinley Goozey, a senior, Park Laflin and Emiliano Flores who are both juniors. They are all students of Roger Bisaillon. The focus of the work is on self -portraits and their spirit animals. . . . → Read More: 2015 Spring Art Show
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
You can now see how much we have in our endowment fund and calculate the rate of growth based on projection you enter (or use the averages we’ve already entered.) If you are curious about how long it will take before the library reaches a point where it can scale back on requests from the town, here is your answer. I will update the current endowment balance each month. If you want to use our average projections, just press the “Run Simulation” button at the bottom of the form. Charts will appear with projected income based on your projections. Click here for the form. For more information contact David Olson, Library Director. . . . → Read More: Calculate the rate of growth of our endowment fund.