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This is the second program of Get Well, Stay Well: A health literacy series presented by Norwalk Hospital and Wilton Library. The program, “To sleep or not to sleep: that is the question” — will cover stress management, sleep disorders and the relationship between the two. Speakers are: Michelle Dailey, a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist at Norwalk Hospital’s Whittingham Cancer Center. Ms. Dailey has been a member of the oncology support team there since 1999, providing psychosocial counseling, guidance, and support to patients and their families dealing with the stresses of cancer and Dr. Ian Weir, DO, the Associate Director of the Sleep Disorders Center and Director of the Insomnia Center at Norwalk Hospital. Dr. Weir received his B.A. degree in Chemistry at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine Degree at Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Program moderated by Wilton Library Trustee and MD Saras Nair who was previously Chairman of the Pathology Department at Norwalk Hospital.  See library’s registration link for more details about the speakers. No charge. Registration recommended.

Planning a family reunion or anniversary party? Gather up your old photos, slides and negatives and we'll show you how to turn them into digitized images. Then email or take those images home with you on a thumb drive to create event mementos. For 7th graders through adults and 6th grade students accompanied by adults who are willing to learn too!   Must have a valid CT Library card and signed Innovation Station Agreement form.  Please bring the completed form to the workshop. Space limited to 2 students per session.  Registration required. 

Teens in grades 7-11, join our Young Makers Club, part of a national club started in 2010 as a collaboration between Make, Pixar and Exploratorium. The Maker movement is all about innovation, invention, imagination and creativity. Josh Burker (maker and author of The Invent to Learn: Guide to Fun) will mentor teens in our Innovation Station and help them create open-ended projects to share and exhibit at Innovation Day, Wilton Library's showcase event in May.  

Participants may be introduced to 3D printing, soldering, Arduino, coding, electronic sewing and other tinkering tools. Projects might include electronic wear-ables, interactive games, electronic gadgets, light-up jewelry, musical instruments, etc. We encourage 7th-11th graders who enjoy tinkering, learning and creating to join us. Must be willing to commit to 12 Thursdays from 4-6 p.m. Sessions begin February 4th and end May 5th. (No club on April 14th.)  Sponsored by the Amadeo Family Fund. Space limited. Registration required.

We encourage any teen from 7th-11th grade who is interested in tinkering, learning and creating to join us. Register for the first session on February 4th to sign up.

Dr. Fastiggi leads an interactive discussion on how stress of any kind effect body posture and alignment and its subsequent ability to heal itself.  He gives science based examples of how one can overcome this stress dynamic by linking self-awareness and mindfulness to specific daily techniques which can be practiced to control one’s ability to heal. Dr. Fastiggi, a long time Wilton resident, owns and operates Wilton Chiropractic, LLC. See the library’s registration link for more details. Registration suggested.

Boys and girls will have so much fun in this extremely interactive and easy-to-follow Latin-inspired Zumba Kids class. Music is like magic to children. Now add this with rhythms of other countries and they will instantly come alive as soon as the music starts. Parents/adults please join the fun. Ages 2-6 with a caregiver.  Registration required, no fee.  Sponsored by the Coyle Family Young Readers Fund.


You can now discover all of our downloadable audiobooks, including our OneClick collection, right in our WILS catalog! Look for the globe icon for the web link that you can follow to connect to our OneClick service.  Learn more about OneClick

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