Teen Summer Reading Program
Monday, June 27
Read a book, record it on a personalized ‘passport,’ and be eligible to win weekly prizes and/or the grand prize! Come to the Teen Department Mondays-Fridays to sign up for a passport and begin reading. Program runs from June 27-August 7.
- Week 1 (6/27-7/2) $10 to Starbucks;
- Week 2 (7/4-7/9) $10 to Swizzles;
- Week 3 (7/11-7/16) $10 to Steve’s Bagels;
- Week 4 (7/18-7/23) $15 to iTunes store;
- Week 5 (7/25-7/30) $15 to Wilton Pizza;
- Week 6 (8/1-8/6) $15 to Bowtie Cinemas.
Grand Prize: Kindle eReader and gift card for a DODOcase. For students entering grades 7-12. Sponsored by the John and Patricia Curran Fund.
Dog Days of Summer Photo Contest for Teens
(Final Day for Submissions)
Wednesday, July 20
Teens in grades 7-12 and recent high school graduates: last day to drop off submissions for ‘Dog Days of Summer’ teen photo contest. Any funny pet photo; 8 x 10 format. Fill out submission form available online or at circulation desk.
WILTON FARMERS’ MARKET
Wednesdays now through September 14, 2-6 pm
The Wilton Farmers Market is at the Wilton Historical Society, Route 7 at 224 Danbury Road in Wilton, every Wednesday through September 28th, from 2-6 pm Supported by the Wilton Chamber of Commerce, the Wilton Historical Society, and the Wilton Library. Vendors include: Ambler Farm, Bistro du Soliel, Capt’n John’s Clambake, Crowley Cheese, Killam & Bassette Farmstead, Mamacat’s Q. Tea, Nod Hill Soaps, Ola Granola, Shultze’s Farm, Wave Hill Breads, and the Whistle Stop Bakery. Visit the market website at www.wiltonfarmersmarket.com for further information.
Healthy Snacks for Teens
Wednesday, July 20, 3-5 pm
Make and then eat healthy snacks! For teens entering grades 7-12 and recent High School graduates. Registration required. Limited space. Sponsored by the John and Patricia Curran Teen Fund.
Wednesday, July 20, 4-5:30 pm
This weekly club is seeking qualified students entering grades 4-6 to participate in a Science Competition at Yale University held annually in November. The club will explore dinosaurs, fossils, paleobiology, geology and more, through presentations, discussions and demonstrations. The program will include experiments, model building, field trips and hands-on creative activities. August dates: August 3, 10, 17 & 24. Registration required.