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7/27/2021 - 7:00 PM
Wilton Heritage Commission at the Library

7/29/2021 - 10:00 AM
Story Circle with Ms Boo - outside weather permitting

8/1/2021 - 9:30 AM
Summer Reading program continues 06-15-21 to 08-17-21

8/5/2021 - 10:00 AM
Story Circle with Ms Boo - outside weather permitting

See complete list of events here...


Newsbank is an online resource for all kinds of reliable information from a variety of sources. Just enter your library card number on the library catalog page . . You will need the whole library card number - not just the last six digits.  The card prefix is 2461300. Add your six digit number to this to access NewsBank. Newsbank is located just over halway down on the left side of the page
NewsBank offers access to a database of local papers without subscriptions including:
The Nashua Telegraph
The NH Union Leader
Monadnock Ledger Transcript

Boots & Books is Back!

Hoopla Bonus Borrows: Download unlimited books and movies without counting against your borrows!


The concert is on!
6:30 over at the Riverwalk Park, don't forget to bring your chairs.

New location same date!
Concert will be at Riverwalk Park by Police Dept.

We will continue to keep an eye on the case numbers and follow CDC guidelines.

The meeting of the Library Board of Trustees on Friday, July 16 will be held in the Court Room at Wilton Town Hall. The meeting begins at 8 am.

Reserve your spot today, space is limited!

Summer Job Hunting help
Log into your library account and then scroll down to the Brainfuse logo on the left!

There's still time to get a summer job.
Log into your library account and scroll down to access this service.

Log into your library account and scroll down to access this service.

Boots & Books Hike   July 17, 2021
The Heald Tract
Myriad trails await you on this SPNHF property; we’ll explore just one, around the King Brook Reservoir, commonly called Heald Pond. With any luck, we’ll catch sight of a beaver.
Meet at 9:30 a.m. at the parking area on Heald Rd. Directions: From Rt.101, take Rt. 31 south; turn right onto King Brook Rd., turn left onto Russell Hill Rd., then left onto Heald Rd. (dirt). Parking is on the right just after the small pond on the right. More is a bit further on, also on the right, as well as at the top of the hill, on the left.  
Please email Nikki ( or contact Wilton Library (654-2581/ to register. All hikes are at your own risk and conditions permitting.
The group is limited to 8 walkers (plus guides); if there is sufficient interest a second hike will be scheduled. Please bring a mask to wear if we meet other hikers or gather close together; also carry water and insect repellent, and dress for the weather. Suggested but not required reading: At The Edge of The Orchard by Tracy Chevalier.

Due to some unforseen building issues, we have to close the Children's Library to the public for now. 

We moved the picture books up to the rotunda, along with some chapter books, graphic novels, and popular nonfiction titles.  For other things you might want to borrow, please ask a librarian. We are happy to bring the things you need upstairs!

This won't affect Summer Reading, and we will be doing outside story times for the summer anyway. Watch this page for announcements, if there is a rainy Thursday morning!

Hope to see you soon!


Call us first to see if your date is available, then you will go to the site, create an account and choose your park.


Be sure to start summer off right by signing up for our Tails and Tales Summer Reading Program! Call 654-2581!

We're ready, are you?

Our actual hours vs what google says they are.

Time to start thinking about how you will make money this summer!   Sign in & the click on BrainFuse!

·         Families with children who qualify for free or reduced school meals qualify (among others, please read the full guidelines).
·         This is good for $50 per month discount towards broadband service.
You can bring your books inside if we are open too!

More job resource help brought to you by brainfuse and the library!   Sign in & then click on BrainFuse!

If you need help, brainfuse is there!   Sign in & then click on BrainFuse!

Log into your library account and then scroll down to the brainfuse logo on the left!  Sign in and then click on Brainfuse!   Sign in & then click on BrainFuse!
The library's mask requirement is still in place.

This video explains the steps for using Newsbank

Two new services you can access with your library card!
Sign into your account, and scroll down main web page to access either one!

In spite of what Google says, these are our actual hours:

Library Re-opening Information

Call or email to get your packet!

Need a library card while we're closed? No problem!
Don't worry, we have you covered even if you don't have a library card yet! Simply follow our instructions to get a card during closure and gain access to 1000s of hours of free streaming books, movies, and audio!

Learn More

Our new service NewsBank has a number of features you can use, check out the video to learn more about it.

To our fabulous sewers, thank you! You have made such a great contribution to our community.
Masks have been moving again, and we are low on size large.  If you have any to donate, we would be grateful!

Waiting for curbside pick up happens to the best of us.

NH Vaccine Infographic
A note from the Library Director
To our wonderful library community:

We have rolled back to curbside services only, as of Wednesday, November 19, 2020.  This was a hard decision to make, but an important one.  On the advice of the Wilton Health Officer, and based on the current infections in and around Wilton, I decided it was time to protect the staff, library users, and the community at large.

We just loved having people come into the library since we started allowing appointments and browsing in August. We will miss our great conversations and catching up with all our faithful friends. 

But curbside service preserves our most important offerings, from a safe distance.
You can call, email, reserve through the catalog, or text and we will be happy to gather your requests to deliver in the parking lot.  You can still call for reading advice, requests for books to be purchased, and our Inter-Library Loan system is still available.  The staff will even put together book bundles, based on your reading preferences. Just ask!

Remember we have not only books, but movies, audiobooks, and magazines. We have our new Chromebooks which can now be checked out for a week at a time, or for brief use on the grounds or in your car using the library WIFI. You can print to the library printer, and we will bring your copies to you.

And speaking of WIFI, our expanded WIFI  reaches from the Police Department to the library!  We upgraded with the help of a CARES Act grant, so you can sit at the park and still have WIFI! 

All our virtual services remain in place, with downloadable ebooks, audiobooks, movies, music, graphic novels and comics.  Go to our two downloadable apps, Libby and Hoopla, to checkout downloadables.  Story times will continue on Thursday mornings on Facebook Live, and other children's events will be publicized on Facebook and this website.

The staff is still here and ready to help out with whatever you need. Do not hesitate to call with questions or requests.  We really want to hear from you!

Stay healthy and have a great Thanksgiving,
Pat Fickett, Library Director


With NH experiencing more cases of Covid 19, we all need to know what to do if exposed.  Here's the CDC guidance on quarantine. There are some very helpful graphics about how long quarantine should last in different situations.

New stuff!

HOOPLA App Access
Get Great Downloadable Content with No Holds
If you haven't downloaded Hoopla to access all of the free content available to library users yet, now's the time! 
Find helpful videos and instructions here: 

Need assistance? Give us a call. (603)654-2581
Susan is available by appt to set you up a new Hoopla account. 
Make an appt via phone or email

We do not have any storage space for books. If you wish to donate books please call us at 654-2581. We accept only books 3 years old or newer, large print and unabridged audio books. If it doesn't fit that criteria then take them to Goodwill or Savers to donate. If they are musty or very worn they should go to the dump to be disposed of in the paper recycling bin.