Halloween Costumes We Loved

Here are a couple looks we loved. Have any to share? Send them our way, here…

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Wilton Girls U11 Soccer Team Surprised with Lawn Signs Before their State Cup Finals

Late Wednesday, Nov. 1, these signs started popping up on the lawns of the girls’ U11 soccer team members. The team is headed to the finals of the CT State Cup. Wilton will face New Canaan Red in the championship game on Saturday, Nov. 4, at Curtiss Park in Simsbury, CT. The State Cup is a single elimination tournament that began in September with 54 teams participating throughout the state of CT.



Bankwell in Wilton hosted a Shred Day for the community on Saturday, October 28, 2017.


(Photo L to R):  Jazmine Vaughn, Bankwell Teller, Phil Lauria, Wilton Resident and Tapas Deb, Assistant Branch Manager at Bankwell.

Wilton Library Innovation Day

Wilton Library was overrun with D-I-Yers, techies, crafters and people just having plain old fun when the doors opened for its third annual Innovation Day this past Saturday. The four hours of activity highlighted things that people could do with technology such as virtual reality, have a Back to the Future experience on a homemade Hovercraft, create light-up aprons; as well as sample New World and Old World wines, see the award-winning robotics team in action, color contently, find time to connect as they connected Snap Circuits, make jewelry, get tatted up with Halloween tattoos, create their own fantasies in front of a green screen and so much more. Many of the activities showcased the things that can be made right at the library in its Innovation Station.

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Wilton Celebrates Abilis Ribbon Cutting

Abilis and the town of Wilton cut the ribbon on the new Abilis Life Skills Program at the Wilton Trackside Teen Center. Pictured are: Tearsha Askew of Abilis, Jeffrey Rutishauser, chairman of the Wilton Board of Finance, Artie DiRocco, president of the Trackside Board of Directors; Lynn Vanderslice, first selectman of Wilton, Dennis Perry, CEO and president of Abilis, Mark Ketley, executive director of the Trackside Teen Center and Tim Murtha of Abilis. Photo credit: Cara Gilbride @ Callalily Studios.