Mondays-Fridays: 10 am to 6 pm Saturdays: 10 am to 5pmExpress service (Monday - Saturday)
11 am to 3 pm (by appointment only)
Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will enjoy a fun storytime with music, puppets, picture books and nursery rhymes. Registration is required and space is limited. Registrants will receive an email link to the Zoom meeting the morning of the program. For more details email Mrs. Keogh at firstname.lastname@example.org
Kids in Kindergarten through High School are invited to join this virtual chess class. Each week students will learn new strategies and then pair up using Chess.com to practice playing. Students must create a chess.com username prior to the start of class. Registration is required, the fee is $80 for an eight week session. Payment must be made at the time of registration Questions? Call (203)762-6336 or email email@example.com
Starting to think about college entrance exams, but not sure whether to take the SAT or ACT … or if you even need to take one at all? Join us to learn about the purpose and the differences between the two.
Topics covered:Breakdown of each exam by topic & timeWhat are “good scores” to aim for?Determining the exam YOU should takeThe optional essaysSending your scores: score history vs. score choiceTest-optional, test blind, and test flexible universities When should you start testing? The session will be run by test prep advisor & college counselor, Priyanka Shingala of Let’s Talk College, LLC. The program is especially relevant to current sophomores, juniors and their parents; however, anyone interested is welcome to join.
Must have access to Zoom and registration required. A link will be sent the morning of the program.
Please join us for an informative session where you'll learn about conservation projects you can undertake on your own property to assure that we have healthy wildlife habitats, that our rivers and brooks provide clean drinking water, and that it’s not only possible to work at the level of our own backyards to effect great change in the larger landscape, but, in fact, it’s essential if we are to reverse the environmental threats we face.
Presenter Donna Merrill’s work in environmental conservation spans more than two decades. A Wilton resident for 36 years, she’s served as Executive Director of the Wilton Land Conservation Trust, as a Wilton Conservation Commissioner, and, under a grant from the US Forest Service, conceived of the Pollinator Pathway, brought it to Wilton in 2017, and has helped the Pathway expand to 240 municipalities across 5 states with no end in sight.
No charge. Sponsored by Wilton Library and Wilton Go Green. Online registration required in order to receive the Zoom invitation link. Register with Wilton Go Green here.
Calling all artists and doodlers! If you love to draw or doodle, but think you aren’t a good artist, this is the program for you. Using a few simple steps and techniques, anyone can learn to create beautiful artwork in a relaxing atmosphere. So join us and share some time with your favorite grown-up!
Whether or not you joined us for previous classes, this program is for you! We will be doing different tangles and this class will work equally well for first-timers and those who have a bit more experience. What's more, this time we will be working in color!
For children in grades 3-6 with a participating adult. Registration is required. Please register all attendees, including both adults and children. Participants will be contacted to pick up supplies a few days before the program. The Zoom link will be distributed by the morning of March 5. Register online. Please note: supplies and space are limited. We ask that patrons register only if you are sure you can attend. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
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