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Saturday, Jan. 26 Mini Golf Family Day in the Stacks at Wilton Library, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Wilton Library will hold its 2nd mini golf fundraising event. There will be food (each paid admission will receive a free coupon for a carnival type food, courtesy of Wilton Rotary), face painting, fun activities, and much more. Players of all ages welcome. Children under 12 must be accompanied by adults....

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Exhibit Cecil TOUCHON @ Canfin Gallery

Jan 26, 2019 - Feb 17, 2019

  Touchon transforms verbal language into handsome geometric compilations, to reveal the beauty and musicality of language characterized by warmly colored shapes, interlocking irregular grids and rich surfaces. His works are solid, yet visually fluid compositions of striking acuity. Cecil Touchon was born in 1956 in Austin, Texas. This celebrated artist’s career has spanned over three...

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Yes And Company Live! is a fast-paced, hilarious improv comedy show where our professional improvisors turn your suggestions into hilarious scenes right before your eyes. If you like Whose Line Is It Anyway, you’ll love Yes And Company Live! Link To Purchase Tickets

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Fun with Alice!

Jan 27, 2019

Wear your colorful, silly, whimsical or frilly hat to a fun and fantastic time with a real-life Alice! Inspired by the exhibition Alice in Museum Land, the program will include colorful crafts, stories, a chase of the White Rabbit scavenger hunt, and of course "tea" and cookies!  Please register online at 

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Join us for the kick-off program in an exciting, new series called Revisiting the Founding Era taking place on Sunday, January 27 at 2 p.m., at the Library. During this lively, town-hall panel discussion, moderated by journalist and professor at Mt. Holyoke College,Todd Brewster, a distinguished panel, along with the audience, will delve into some of America's key founding documents to...

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In the 12th year of the collaboration between Wilton Library and the Wilton Historical Society, the scholarly lecture series theme will be 'Sex, Scandal and Upheaval: 1919 - What's Changed?' Historian and author Mark Albertson kicks off the series with a lecture highlighting several themes from his 8-week course on the transition period between World War One and Two beginning with the...

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A panel of journalists and professors, moderated by Larry Rifkin, will examine the state of journalism and news consumption today in relation to recent events. Panelists include Daniela Altimari, statehouse reporter at the Hartford Courant; Dr. Adam Rugg, Assistant Professor of Communication at Fairfield University; and Ebong Udoma, senior political reporter for WSHU. Reception 6-6:30...

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Thursday, Jan. 31 Author Talk: Jacqueline Raposo - The Me Without: A Year Exploring Habit, Healing, and Happiness, 7 – 8:30 p.m.  Wiltonian and journalist Jacqueline Raposo finds herself sick, single, broke, and wandering in a fog. Fighting chronic illness, debt and other low points in her life she embarks on subtracting some of her most constant habits from her life – social media,...

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Join us for an enjoyable afternoon of enchanting music!  Featuring Mary Mancini, Internationally Acclaimed Vocal Artist, and Mario Tacca, World Renowned Accordion Virtuoso.  With “The Camerata” – a string ensemble orchestra-in-residence at Westchester Community College.  “The Camerata” was founded by conductor Victor Lionti in 1983 and has a repertoire of over 250 orchestral and...

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Spend a mid-winter evening with renowned chef Scott Drozd as he prepares an intimate meal showcasing seasonal ingredients from NPF and beyond. Sixteen guests will share dinner in the kitchen in front of a roaring fire with Farm Manager Mike Murray on hand to highlight offerings from the farm. Hors D’oeuvresNew Pond Beef TartareParmesan/Pear/Olive Oil/ChiveCrispy CT OysterKimchi Remoulade /...

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