Wolfpit Rd. Repaving Scheduled (Finally!)
Eversource is almost finished with the Wolfpit Rd. gas main installation. With only a few connections to homes along the road remaining, the project is on schedule to be completed by Aug. 15, according to Eversource spokespeople. So what does that mean for the road paving and for the project to be truly finished?
There are already some sewer grates that have been installed and raised surfaces indicate that road repaving will take place soon. According to Tricia Modifica with Eversource, the state Department of Transportation is responsible for any road resurfacing and paving, and the DOT has notified that repaving will begin the week of Sept. 20.
So while the gas line installation will be done before the start of school, Wilton will have to wait just a little longer until Wolfpit Rd.’s road pits and pot holes are completely filled in and smoothed over.
Wilton Singers Holds Auditions for Tenors, Basses
The Wilton Singers will hold auditions for tenors and basses on Tuesday Aug. 25, by appointment. Singers should be prepared to sing a song of any style, and may bring music for an accompanist or sing a cappella. Singers will be assessed for vocal range and asked to do a few measures of sight singing.
The Wilton Singers rehearse Tuesdays from 7-9 p.m. at the WEPCO Complex on New Canaan Rd.. The season begins with rehearsal on Tuesday, Sept. 8 and ends mid-May.
To schedule an audition, please contact Alison Conroy at by email or by phone at 203.770.2266. Auditions may be arranged for another date if necessary. For more information, visit the Wilton Singers website.
Wilton Library ‘Food Lit’ Book Group Welcomes New Members
Yum! New members are being sought for Wilton Library’s Food Lit Book Group. The group meets on the first Tuesday of each month from 11 a.m.-noon for the library’s book group dedicated to food literature. Pamela Lillis, nutritional health coach, avid reader, and lover of food lit, is the group’s insightful moderator.
The group focuses on reading food-related literature, including novels (think Like Water For Chocolate), memoirs of chefs, and food-related autobiographies. There are so many new food movements and ideas; books are often at the beginning of these… and some are just fun to read!
The Fall 2015 meeting dates and selections include:
Tuesday, Sept. 1: Tender at the Bone by Ruth Reichl
Tuesday, Oct. 6: The Gastronomical Me by M.F.K. Fisher
Tuesday, Nov. 3: Yes, Chef: A Memoir by Marcus Samuelsson
Tuesday, Dec. 1: The Cassoulet Saved Our Marriage by Caroline Grant
To register and reserve books, visit the Wilton Library’s website.