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March 3, 2021
Seventeen Days
That's how many 24-hour increments remain until the arrival of our beloved spring. Spring is the season of new beginnings. Buds bloom, animals awaken and the earth seems to come to life again. Spring is also the time of 'gettin' stuff done.' Today we give you some resources to help in that department -- getting yourself organized both at home and in your finances as well as planning for retirement. Additionally, we have programs to help you in the garden, in the kitchen, in your downtime, and more. Find what you need this spring at Wilton Library.
Spring into Organizing
Wrap up wintertime and do some decluttering. Purging what you don't need and getting organized with what you do can be downright cathartic. Check out this selection of books to help you cut the clutter put together by our exceptionally organized librarians.
Wilton Reads 2021 Events
Please join us for programs that provide opportunities for insight and conversation about our Wilton Reads 2021 selection, Memorial Drive by Natasha Trethewey. Please click on the dates for more details and registration for the Zoom links, as all programs are virtual.
Get Your Finances Organized
Getting your financial house in order can be just as daunting as getting your physical home in shape. Check out these selections to help you deal with saving, investing, managing debt, and making the most dollars and sense of your money.
The Cookbook Connection: A Virtual Recipe Swap
Tuesday, March 9 @5-6pm via Zoom REGISTER HERE
Fettuccine, Ramen, Orzo, Udon, Gnocchi, Macaroni, and more! We love oodles of noodles! Join us to share your favorite noodle recipe. Virtually “show and tell” or just come for the chat. REGISTER HERE in order to receive the invitation link to the Zoom session.
Be A Part Of Nature, Not Apart From Nature
Thursday, March 4 @7pm via ZOOM REGISTER HERE with Go Green
Conservation starts in your own backyard. Join presenter Donna Merrill to learn about 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 possible to work at the level of our own backyards to effect great change in the larger landscape. Sponsored by Wilton Library and Wilton Go Green. REGISTER HERE with Go Green
Thinking About Retirement?
It's never too early to start thinking about retirement. There's the all-important subject of retirement savings but there are also questions about where to retire if you're thinking of a move, what to do in retirement, and more. Check out these resources to help you cover all the bases of retirement planning.
Stitch Time for Knitters & Crocheters
Monday, March 8 @1-2pm via ZOOM REGISTER HERE
Drop-in Zoom session for crafters of all skill levels. Show off your latest creation, seek advice, and chat about anything while working on your own projects. REGISTER HERE in order to receive the invitation link to the Zoom session.
Divorce 101
Tuesday, March 16 @5pm via ZOOM REGISTER HERE
Join us for an online session covering the main issues of the divorce process. Whether you are contemplating a separation or divorce, or are in the midst of negotiating a settlement, divorce financial planning is critical to ensure these and other considerations are addressed. Speaker Hollis Hardiman of Price Financial Group is a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst. REGISTER HERE in order to receive the invitation link to the Zoom session.
College Q&A with Matthew Greene
Monday, March 8 @7pm via ZOOM REGISTER HERE
Join educational consultant Matthew Greene for a live Q&A session. We'll have a discussion about testing, deferring admission and the latest updates on the college scene. REGISTER HERE in order to receive the invitation link to the Zoom session.
Wilton Library Readers: Lost Children Archive
Wednesday, March 10 @12pm via ZOOM REGISTER HERE
Using Zoom, professional book discussion leader Susan Boyar discusses Lost Children Archive, by Valeria Luiselli for the March selection. Wilton Library Readers book club meets the second Wednesday of each month through June. All are welcome. Click here to see the Winter/Spring 2021 selections. REGISTER HERE in order to receive the invitation link to the Zoom session.
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