March 18 - 24, 2019
Here's what's happening the week of March 18 - 24.
Click here for a listing of the full month's events.
Don't miss this -- Wilton Library's Human Library
Saturday, March 23 from 1 to 5pm 
A good book often opens you up to new thinking and ideas. Imagine if that book were an actual human being, conversing with you one-on-one. Wilton Library's Human Library provides just that opportunity. The 'books' available on this day are human books; individuals who have volunteered to share their stories in order to break down barriers based on age, race, sexual orientation, religion, ability, lifestyle choices, or other aspects of their identity. The library is offering 25 "books" ranging in topics from adult ADHD to anorexia, from racism to surviving sexual assault, from being Christian to being Pagan, from defeating addiction to living with Alzheimer's and much more. There is no advance registration; sign up for one-on-one 20-30 minute conversations with the human books at the event. For ages 13+ to adult; ages 10-13 must be accompanied by an adult. Sponsored by Mountainside Treatment Center and the John & Patricia Curran Fund. Meet our Human Books here 
Wilton Library's Spring Benefit - Under the Sea
Saturday, April 6 from 6:30 to 10:30pm 
Tickets are  selling  fast for our annual spring fundraiser, this year to be held at Rolling Hills Country Club. Our 2019 honorees are Jan & Ed MacEwen and Fairfield County Bank for their many years of loyal support and dedication to Wilton Library. Join us for this festive celebration  Under the Sea . Enjoy wonderful food, unique silent and live auctions, entertainment and much more. The benefit is made possible in part through the generous support of the Amadeo Family as well as Presenting Sponsors:  Dorie and Nick Davatzes;  Paul Hannah and Carol Boehly;  Phil Lauria and Elaine Tai-Lauria  (in memory of Phillip Lauria); and Fairfield County Bank; and Gold Sponsors:  Tom Dubin and Pam Klem;  Michael P. Kaelin / Cummings & Lockwood; General Electric; and Gregory & Adams, PC, Attorneys at Law. Many thanks also to all our generous silent and live auction donors, the planning committee, and media sponsors Wilton Magazine and Good Morning Wilton. Don't miss the fun -- get your tickets here.
Conversations about Money - Getting your Kids Involved (from Children to Adults)
Tuesday, March 19 @10am
Whether you have young kids or grown kids, this workshop will offer insight and tips on the best ways to communicate with your kids about money. Speaker Traci Provost is a Certified Financial Analyst at Catamount Wealth Management. No charge.  More info & register
Parent Information Series: The Pressure to be Perfect and its Unintended Consequences
Wednesday, March 20 @10am
The final presentation in the Wilton Youth Council Parent Information Series 2018-2019 features Dr. Alicia Farrell, Ph.D. This talk is designed to address the overwhelming pressure to be perfect that children feel resulting in the nationwide increase of anxiety disorders, addiction and suicide in children and adolescents. Alicia Farrell, Ph.D. is an accomplished cognitive psychologist, professional speaker and founder of Clearview Consulting. This presentation is appropriate for parents with children of all ages. No charge. Co-sponsored by Wilton Library, Wilton Youth Services, Wilton Youth Council, Weston Library, and Weston Youth Services.  More info & register
Wilton Candlelight Concert at Wilton Congregational Church: David Shifrin on Clarinet, Peter Wiley on Cello, and Anna Polonsky on Piano
Sunday, March 24 @4pm
Renowned clarinetist David Shifrin will join with cellist Peter Wiley and pianist Anna Polonsky in a program of classic trios by Beethoven, Brahms, and Fauré. Concert held at Wilton Congregational Church located at 70 Ridgefield Road, Wilton. A portion of the proceeds benefits Wilton Library. For ticket information visit or call (203) 762-3401. 
Save the Date for Upcoming Events
Here are a few upcoming programs and library events that you won't want to miss. Mark your calendars and click the dates for more information and to register:
  • March 26: Wilton Reads - Wilton Clergy/Wi-ACT/WLA Interfaith Panel: Mutual Respect and Tolerance
  • March 30: Wilton Reads - In Concert: Igor Pikayzen and Friends
  • April 11Wilton Reads: Author Visit - Heather Morris, The Tattooist of Auschwitz
  • April 27-30: Gigantic Spring Book Sale Fundraiser
Stitch Time for Knitters and Crocheters
Monday, March 18 @1pm
Weekly drop-in session on the library's second floor
Make Fun Buttons!
Thursday, March 24 @1:30pm

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