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Wilton First Selectwoman Lynne Vanderslice Provides Final Community Update and Offers Heartfelt Gratitude
: Final Update and Thoughts. This is my final Update, as my term ends tomorrow. These updates began as daily evening reports on COVID and transitioned into reports on the work of the town boards/commissions/committees and town departments. Thank you to those who continued
Wilton Holiday Stroll: Carolers, Dancing, Tree Lighting and Santa!
: The Wilton Chamber of Commerce’s Holiday Stroll is this Friday, Dec. 1st! Together with our event sponsors, Fairfield County Bank and Meadow Ridge and in partnership with the Town of Wilton, Wilton Fire Department, Wilton Volunteers Ambulance Corps., Wilton Kiwanis Club and several businesses
Poetry Discussion with Janet Krauss via Zoom presented by Wilton Library
: Poetry Discussion with Janet Krauss: The Poetry of A.R. Ammons (Zoom) on Tuesday, December 5 @10:30am Please join us online as Janet Krauss leads a discussion of a selection of poems by A.R. Ammons. Links to the poems will be emailed in advance of the program. The spirit of
Support Wilton Nonprofits on Giving Tuesday!
: Thanksgiving - check. Black Friday - check. Cyber Monday - (almost) check. Tomorrow, November 28 is GivingTuesday, a global movement of “radical generosity” unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world. GivingTuesday was created in
Wilton Library’s Holiday Book Sale Starts Thursday, November 30 at Noon
: Wilton Library’s annual Holiday Book Sale kicks off at noon on Thursday, November 30 and runs through Wednesday, January 3, 2024 during regular library hours. This popular sale features a large array of pristine books in all categories, including children’s
Wiltonians are invited to attend Swearing-In Ceremony this Wednesday
: In a bipartisan event, the Wilton DTC and the Wilton RTC will be emceeing the swearing-in ceremonies for our recently elected and reelected town officials. The ceremony will take place this Wednesday evening at 7:00 pm in the Brubeck Room at
Thanks, Babs, for visiting Keough's Hardware and CooksNook in Wilton on Small Business Saturday!
: The world has come to know and love “Babs” (aka Barbara Costello). A frequent guest on Good Morning America, the Fairfield County resident is followed by millions on social media under the handle “Brunch with Babs”. “The internet mom/grandma you
HamletHub Celebrates Small Business Saturday EVERY DAY Thanks to Fairfield County Bank!
: HamletHub salutes small businesses and Fairfield County Bank for supporting Why Small Businesses Matter In 2010, on the Saturday after Thanksgiving, American Express launched Small Business Saturday to encourage people to "Shop Small" during the holiday season. Here at HamletHub, we
Wilton Library is sweet during Holiday Stroll on Friday, December 1!
: Wilton Library During Holiday Stroll Friday, December 1 from 5:30-7pm From 5:30 to 7:00 p.m., Wilton Library staff will welcome visitors during this year’s Holiday Stroll. Outside our front entrance, we will be handing out special gift bags with sweet treats, while supplies last.
Wilton Singers Present Snowflakes & Songs on December 10
: Snowflakes & Songs, a fun community concert for the whole family on Sunday, December 10th from 3 PM - 4 PM in the Middlebrook Auditorium Featuring highlights from our SOLD-OUT Holiday Feast concert as well as guest singers from Cider Mill & Middlebrook Schools! Join
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Road Work Slated to Begin Monday on Route 106 between Belden Hill Road and Old Boston Road
Published on Friday, 07 July 2023 14:44
Written by Wilton Police Dept.
The reconstruction/paving of Route 106 between Belden Hill Road and Old Boston Road is slated to begin on or about July 10th.
Work hours will be Monday-Friday 7am-5pm. A detour will be in place.
Updates on the project can be found
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