Join us for our Basic Computers class which will serve as the introduction to the topics you need to know and be comfortable with in order to get the most out of our slate of upcoming technology classes which will begin in September. Topics covered in this session include saving files, Internet browsers, email, and printing. Class limited to 6 students and registration is required.
Choose a side: Marvel or DC! Which has the best heroes? Support your favorite costumed characters as they go toe-to-toe in super slug-fests to win the title of world's greatest hero. Read, watch and discuss thrilling tales then vote for a winner. This week: SPIDER-MAN vs THE FLASH. For grades 3-6, registration required. 8 Tuesdays feature 16 superheroes through Oct 27.
Cashel's debut book, 'Suffering the Silence: Chronic Lyme Disease in an Age of Denial' (North Atlantic Books, September 8, 2015), details her experience fighting the highly contested disease. The book also features the stories of chronic Lyme patients from around the world and their struggle for recognition and treatment. After graduating from Bard's Written Arts Department, Cashel now works as a passionate advocate for Lyme disease awareness. She is on the Junior Board of the Tick Borne Disease Alliance, guest lectures at Bard College about her work, and has created the online community 'SufferingtheSilence.com' to build awareness around Lyme and other chronic illnesses. See the website registration link for more information. Books will be available for purchase and signing.
In this one-on-one session, let us introduce you to our electronic sewing machine and embroider or monogram a tea towel.. For ages 13-113 and students entering 6th & 7th grades. Must have a valid CT Library card and signed Innovation Station Agreement form. Please bring the completed form to the workshop. Space limited to 1 student per session. Registration required.
Let us introduce you to our electronic sewing machine and embroider tea towels with a Halloween design. For ages 13-113 and students entering 6th & 7th grades. Must have a valid CT Library card and signed Innovation Station Agreement form. Please bring the completed form to the workshop. Space limited to 1 student per session. Registration required.
Wilton Library will have the ribbon-cutting ceremony for its brand-new Children’s Library entrance on Thursday, Oct. 8, at 5 p.m. The public is invited to the festivities which includes a reception. The entrance was made possible through the generous funding of the Shoff Foundation. The installation art was created by Ed MacEwen, Bonnie MacEwen Sailer and Jesse Sailer.
Wilton Library’s executive director Elaine Tai-Lauria receives a generous donation of $1,200 from Mitch Ancona, of Ancona’s Wines & Liquors of Wilton and Ridgefield, who recently hosted the First Annual Branchville Charity Bocce Tournament. Holding the trophy is Michael Crystal (husband of Janet Crystal, marketing communications manager for the library). He headed up the first place team, Wilton Library Bocce Brawlers, which included Jon Waxberg (husband of Anita Waxberg, processing and circulation assistant for the library), Justin Bartholomew and Jeff Hancock (both employees of Ancona’s). There were eight nonprofit teams that competed in the round-robin tournament.
6/15/15: ReQuest (Statewide Catalog) will shut down
Fall 2015: New Statewide Catalog will be brought online
ILL Service will continue to be available throughout this transition!
Visit our Interlibrary Loan page to request your item OR call us at 203-762-3950, Ext. 211
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