To the Editor:

On April 21, the Friends of Ambler Farm held its first Farm-raiser to support the ongoing restoration of the Raymond-Ambler House. This sold-out tasting event was a most delicious affair, and could not have happened without the generous donations of food, beverages and staff from the following:  Bianco Rosso, Craft 14, The Little Pub, Sweet Pierre’s Boutique du Chocolat, Terrain Garden Café, Washington Prime and 212 Brewing Company.

We would also like to thank the following businesses and organizations for contributing items to our Blind Pull wall and Silent Auction:  Annabel Green Flowers, Washington Prime, Aranci 67, The Little Pub, Mint Nail Spa, Marly’s, Cactus Rose, Amis, Spotted Horse, Garelick & Herbs, Tavern on Main, Wire Mill Saloon, Kawa Ni, Rothbard, Bartaco, Positanos, The Lunchbox, Lombardis, Uncle Leo’s Doughnuts, Nod Hill Brewery, Wilton Fire Department, Wilton Police Department, Dermage Spa, Joyride, Scoops Ice Cream Shop, Caraluzzis, Ancona’s Wine and Liquor, Coco Nails, Fred Astaire Dance Studio, Hello Yoga, Karate Universe, Outdoor Sports Center, Pet Pantry, Wilton YMCA, Splash Carwash, Regency Limo, Frank’s Car Service, Tusk and Cup Fine Coffee, Artistic Image Salon, Toy Chest, Cooks Nook, Wilton Sports Shop, Four Seasons Racquet Club, Florence Lipton’s Empanadas, Southern Yankee and Happy Hands Pottery.

Many thanks to GOOD Morning Wilton for getting the word out about our event and a true “behind the scenes” sneak peak of the Raymond-Ambler House, with their unique Facebook Live video.

A special thanks to our new special events coordinator, Laura Guzewicz. This event could not have happened without the countless hours she spent sharing her time and talents with the farm.

Most importantly, thank you to everyone who attended, and for your continued support in helping us provide our community with a special place to gather and enjoy.


Robin Clune
Executive Director
Friends of Ambler Farm