Terrific Tales for Twos and Threes
Tuesdays, April 3 through May 22, 10:15-10:45 am
Join Wilton Library for 2 and 3-year old story time. Children and their caregivers will sing songs, listen to stories, and enjoy playtime together while building literacy and social skills. The program runs 8 weeks. No registration.
Look, Listen and Learn
Tuesdays, April 3 through May 22, 11-11:30 am
For 3 and 4 years olds with parent/caregiver. By interacting with stories, singing songs and acting out finger plays and rhymes, children in this program gain pre-reading skills and learn how to participate in a group setting. The program runs 8 weeks. No registration.
OverDrive Volunteers ‘Office Hours’
Tuesday, April 3, 10, 17, 24, 4-6 pm
People who want to get started with downloading e-books and audiobooks from the library to their personal devices now have a little help with Wilton Library’s Overdrive Volunteers. Office hours are Tuesdays in April, from 4-6 pm Patrons are asked to bring their personal devices (smartphones, Kindles, Nooks, etc.) and their Wilton Library card to receive personal hands-on attention. Additional hours: Saturdays in April, 10 am-noon. No reservations needed.
Breast Cancer Survivors’ Support Group
Tuesday, April 10, 6-8 pm
Health expert, media expert, consultant and author Samantha Heller, MS RD CDN, will discuss ”Everyday Choices That Can Help You Beat Cancer” for this month’s session which is open to the public. She is a registered dietitian, certified dietitian/nutritionist and exercise physiologist with a dual Master of Science degree in nutrition and applied physiology from Teachers’ College, Columbia University. Currently the Clinical Nutrition Coordinator at the Center for Cancer Care at Griffin Hospital in Derby, CT, Samantha is the author of the popular book Get Smart: Samantha Heller’s Nutrition Prescription for Boosting Brain Power and Optimizing Total Body Health. Co-sponsored by the Breast Cancer Survival Center and Wilton Library. Registration highly encouraged.
Elder Care: Laurie Giles
Tuesday, April 10, 7-8:30 pm
Laurie Giles’ Laurie Giles will talk about the legal issues involved in elder care, and will answer questions following the talk during a brief Q&A. Her specialty and topic is of pressing and deep importance to many who are faced with a gradual or even sudden decline of one or more parents and find the caregiver confused and overwhelmed by the bewildering legal and elder care maze. Laurie Giles is a preeminent elder care attorney and subject matter expert, a Huffington Post blogger, tenured law professor in Boston, and practice leader throughout Fairfield County. Laurie has written several books about family law (the ‘What Now?’ series) and presented at leading international law conferences. Additionally, she appears regularly on TV – most recently approached by the Oprah Network, OWN — and contributes articles to the New York Times, Women Magazine, and the Connecticut Post. Registration suggested.