Library is founded and located in a private home which later also housed the post office.
Wilton Library is incorporated as a free library open to the public.
The grand opening of a new location built for the Library situated at the current Bank of America.
The Dewey Decimal System is adopted.
Candlelight Concerts begin.
Architect Eliot Noyes builds the new Library.
Library gets its first personal computer for public use.
New computer catalog system, CARL, is introduced.
Summer Music & More Concert Series begins.
Inaugural Wilton Reads community-wide reading program with To Kill a Mockingbird.
Dave, Chris & Dan Brubeck perform inaugural concert in the Brubeck Room for Red, Hot and Cool Gala.
Library becomes a safe haven for 10,000+ residents who lost power following Hurricane Sandy.
Library honored with Connecticut Library Association’s Excellence in Public Service Award for its Innovation Station.
Library launches Human Library.
Library becomes the official home of the world renowned Brubeck Collection.
Library uses its 3-D printer to create 500 face shields, which were donated to the frontline during COVID-19.
Library honored with CLA’s Excellence in Public Service Award for its Wilton Reads 2019, The Tattooist of Auschwitz.