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Wilton Manors presents `` Taste of the Island ''
Now it its 13th year, the “Taste of the Island” culinary event in Wilton Manors is a party with a purpose. In addition to benefitting Wilton Manors Historical Society, the Wilton Manors Development Alliance, the Kiwanis Club of Wilton Manors, and the City of Wilton Manors’ Leisure Services Departmen
Pedaling for Wilton Library | Wilton Bulletin
Three local businesses have come together to support Wilton Library’s 25 for 25 Challenge Grant Campaign. Passage East Kennels and Pet Pantry Warehouse are hosting an event at JoyRide Wilton to benefit the library’s Challenge Grant Campaign Saturday, Oct. 20, at 11 a.m.
SPECIAL REPORT : Sexual Assault in Wilton -- A Conversation with Wilton Police
GOOD Morning Wilton: It’s timely right now, the amount that sexual assault is in the national conversation. The awareness is heightened.Has there been any kind of latent effect that with all the talk, where someone has said, “Now I want to come forward and report something.” Have you seen that?
Wilton Bulletin Board | Wilton Bulletin
Halloween Owl Prowl, Friday, Oct. 19, 7:30-9, Weir Farm National Historic Site, 735 Nod Hill Road. Owler Frank Gallo gives a talk and leads a brief walk into Weir Preserve, attempting to call in screech owls, barred owls, and great horned owls. Registration required: 203-834-1896, ext. 28.
Wilton settles harassment complaint with female detective
WILTON, Conn. (AP) - The town of Wilton has settled a harassment and discrimination complaint filed against the police department by its only female detective.The Hour reports that the Board ofSelectmenapproved the settlement worth more than $17,500 with Detective Eva Zimnoch in April. The town’s in
Leaf Peeping | our town crier directory for businesses in fairfield , easton , westport , weston , wilton , and norwalk , ct
The view of the fall leaves on the drive to Kent Falls State Park is part of the fun. After crossing the covered bridge, enjoy the leaf peeping at this park by taking advantage of the picnic area or by hiking the trail loop along the waterfall. The hike is moderate, kid-friendly, and leashed dogs ar
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Apple & Pumpkin Picking | our town crier directory for businesses in fairfield , easton , westport , weston , wilton , and norwalk , ct
It's fall! That means it's time to take a day trip and pick up some of CT and NY's finest apples and pumpkins directly from the source! Here is a list of farms in nearby CT and NY that are best for apple and pumpkin picking at this time of the year!
Police talk scam prevention | Wilton Bulletin
Lt. David Hartman, left, and Officer Diane MacLean will give a talk on how to recognize a scam.
Wilton Heights zone change vote delayed | Wilton Bulletin
The Planning and Zoning Commission Oct. 8 put off a vote on the zone change and text amendments for the proposed Wilton Heights retail and apartments project until Oct. 22.It was a question of some commissioners wanting more time to study the public hearing materials and review the testimony.Wilton
Wilton Food Truck Festival
After being forced to cancel this summer due to rain, the Wilton Food Truck Festival will now be held on October 28th at the Miller/Driscoll school complex at 217 Wolfpit Road, in Wilton. The Festival is being organized by The Teen Center of Wilton, with all proceeds going to Trackside, a safe alcoh
Wilton couple bring period comedy to life | Wilton Bulletin
Two scheming Restoration-era playboys set out to woo rich wives, but tumble head-first into love. From left, Sean Larson, Liam Cahill, Jessie Lizotte, and Jennifer Prescott appear in The Beaux’ Stratagem. — Cindy Ording photo
Wilton Social Services builds senior discount program | Wilton Bulletin
The program will potentially provide a comprehensive guide to discounts offered to senior residents, age 65 and older, at participating Wilton organizations and businesses, according to Sarah Gioffre, coordinator of community affairs in the first selectwoman’s office.
Wilton Rocks event sells out quickly | Wilton Bulletin
“We’ve already raised close to $60,000 with a goal of $100,000,” Andy Schlesinger, the musician who organizes the annual event, said in an email.
Aquarion Seeks Permit to take One Million Gallons of Water per Day from Wilton Well
More than 30 years ago, theAquarion Water Companydug a well in theCannondalesection of Wilton, and for the most part that well has sat unused–until now. On Oct. 2 of this year, Aquarion filed an application with theConnecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection(CT–DEEP) and theConnect
Voter enrollment opportunities | Wilton Bulletin
Those who attain voting privileges — as to citizenship, residency, or age — after the Oct. 30 deadline may apply in person, with identification and proof of residency, in the registrars’ office until Nov. 5 at 5 p.m. Members of the armed forces and recently discharged members of the armed forces may
Continuing Ed offers Canasta | Wilton Bulletin
One of the new courses being offered by Wilton Continuing Education this fall isCanasta, named after the card game participants will learn and play during four weekly classes beginning Thursday, Oct. 25.
Library Lines | Wilton Bulletin
Kids in sixth through eighth grade may create their own video games with Video Game Creation for Middleschool on two Sundays, Oct. 21 and 28, from 1 to 3. Participants must be able to attend both sessions. Registration is required.
Supercars events in Wilton boost Stars Appeal
"2018 proved to be our most successful season of Wilton Wake Up events to date with thousands of attendees displaying their most prized cars and motorbikes."It is thanks to the generosity of those attending and the sterling marshalling and collection efforts by the Rotary Club of Wilton that we were
Downtown trick-or-treating | Wilton Bulletin
Wilton’s annual Halloweekend events return with the annual Pumpkin Parade and Trick-or-Treating on Saturday, Oct. 27, followed by the Halloween Hustle 5K on Sunday, Oct. 28. Participants will find a few changes this year.