Latest News and Announcements
The Adult Book Discussion of "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" by Maya Angelou will be held on Thursday, June 29, NOT on Thursday, June 22. Please take note if you are planning to attend this discussion. Still plenty of time to read the book!
To all our Wilton Volunteer and Community organizations:
If you would like the library to feature your group or organization in a display this summer please contact Library Director Pat Fickett. We hope to share information about community organizations, their missions and their needs as part of our summer reading program, "Build a Better World".
The Friends of the Wilton Public Library assist in development, promotion and completion of library services, facilities, and programs support programs and purchases. A box will be at the check out desk for membership forms and donations. Look for our logo and be a Friend. "Thank you for being a friend".
Wilton Public & Gregg Free Library Trustee Mary Ellen Brookes receives the
NHLTA Lillian Edelmann Trustee of the Year Award
Where’s The Green?
Last summer, Wilton Public Library undertook a major water-management project to eliminate flooding in its lower level, which houses the children’s and young adults’ collections. The majority of the work is complete. Now we need to re-landscape the grounds and restore the lawn, and we need your donations to help us do it. Contouring the land, seeding new grass, and repairing the walkways will begin in the next few weeks.
The Library’s trustees and staff have spearheaded a fundraising campaign so the landscaping can proceed as planned. Your contributions in any amount are welcome. Donors may mail contributions to Wilton Public Library, 7 Forest Rd., Wilton, NH 03086. For further information, please contact Director Pat Fickett at firstname.lastname@example.org or 654-258. All donations are tax deductible.
The water-management project created an opportunity for the Library to make better use of its grounds as a space for outdoor events. Children’s programs, music concerts, casual seating, walkways, gardens and reading nooks with our continued free WiFi access are all in the planning stages. This beautification project will allow the Library to expand its accessibility and outreach. Once again, anyone wishing to support the new project is invited to discuss the possibilities with Director Pat email@example.com or 654-2581.
Technology Training Available
One on one computer training, from beginner to advanced, is available free at the library. Contact the library to make an appointment with staff member Stephanie Loiselle at 654-2581, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Public internet access and WiFi are available at the library.