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In this one-on-one session, let us introduce you to our electronic embroidery machine and embroider or monogram a chef’s apron for the farmer’s market season. $7 fee payable upon arrival. For 7th graders to adults and 6th graders 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. For a follow-up training session, please email

Weekly drop-in for knitters and crocheters. Make new friends, get tips and share ideas while working on your own projects. New to stitching but want to give it a try? We have needles and yarn for you to test out. No registration required.

This is a two-day babysitting workshop for students ages 11-15 and is conducted by a certified Red Cross Babysitting Trainer. Upon completion of the course, everyone will receive a Red Cross babysitting certification. Cost is $70 which includes the course text, first aid pack, LED flashlight, and drawstring bag. Payment due before class. To register, call the teen department at 203-762-6342. Once placed on the list, please send a check in the amount of $70 made out to Wilton Library to hold the spot.

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Bee Keeper Mike Carey will come in and talk about bee keeping in an interactive format. He will bring a new beehive, along with some other beekeeping equipment to use as props. He will discuss the different kinds of bees that are found in the hive, the various duties of the bees, how they collect food and make honey, how they communicate with each other, their importance in our food production. Participants will pot a small flowering plant that attracts bees to take home. Ages K and up. Supported by the Amadeo Family. Registration required, up to 40 participants.

June brings Dorothy Lorenze to the Weir Farm Artist-in-Residence program. Dorothy's focus is “painting stuff to look like stuff,” with the aim to capture the essence of what makes a subject interesting. So, working in the classical style of traditional oils, her paintings are contemporary realism - rendering the details of translucency, reflection and texture - to feature the 'personality' of the subject. Co-sponsored by Weir Farm Art Center and Weir Farm National Historic Site and presented by Wilton Library. No charge. Registration suggested.


Call For Entries


Submission dates: Friday, June 30th and Saturday, July 1st  
Wilton Adult Artists Only

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New Yorker Short Story Series

Back by popular demand! This summer, Wilton Library Readers' professional book discussion leader Susan Boyar will discuss five short stories published in The New Yorker magazine over five consecutive weeks. Each Tuesday's meeting will discuss the previous week’s story.

Visit our Wilton Library Readers page to register for this series.

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