Monday, September 17, 2018


Be sure to save the date, October 4, for dinner at the Coach House Restaurant in the New London Inn. Part of the proceeds for the dinner will support the Wilmot Public Library. Invite your friends. Make up a table. Please call 603-526-2791 for reservations.

Friday, July 20, 2018

Programs and Events

Flash! We now have a subscription to the daily Concord Monitor!

Moving Wall Museum

September's exhibit will be a photo montage by our own Anne Moodey, who will treat us to a pictorial safari of her three-week trip to Kenya in 2006.

Anne traveled to Kenya with two high school friends. Between safari camp visits, they stayed with a friend in a gated community in Nairobi.  Flying on VERY small bush planes, they visited Samburu Nation Reserve, Tsavo West National Park, and Maasi Mara National Park.  Ann recalls that "At each park we took daily game drives and saw amazing animals and birds.  Between our visit to Tsavo West and the Maasi Mara we stayed for four days in at Peponi Hotel in Lamu, which is a small and historic city on the East Coast of Kenya. It was an awesome trip and I’d go again in a minute!”

October's exhibit - 
“Seasons of Wilmot" - photographer Jon Schwartz will be showcasing his work of photos he has taken in the Wilmot community.  This has inspired the idea of adding  to Jon's collection by inviting the Wilmot community to bring in a snapshot photo depicting "What Wilmot Means to You," to be displayed along side of Jon’s work.


     What's Your Mask? and Why Do We Wear Them?
Students may stop by after school any day during the month of September and work on making a mask that will be displayed on the wall with Ann Moodey's Kenyan photographs. 
All materials will be supplied. A prototype mask (at left) will be available as a model.
-  LUV audios were due on September 20. If you have any out, please return them -

"Gauge of Knitting"
7 - 8 p.m. every third Wednesday of the month, Jennifer Stuart will teach knitting in the Creativity Lab. Get ready for winter by starting a project to keep you warm. Jennifer will start you off with an infinity scarf. Bring size 6 or 7 needles for this project. Or, If you already have a project going and would like some help, come along and join the fun. The idea is to socialize while you are knitting!


October 18 - 7 p.m. Wilmot History Trivia by local historian Fred Ogmundson. How many facts do you know about Wilmot's historical past? If you are a long-time resident, this will test your memory. If you are new to Wilmot, you will learn a lot about Wilmot's interesting past and its people.

     October 26 - 5:30 p.m. Annual Pumpkinfest with David Lorden, local artist and pumpkin carver extraordinaire. Save the date. For young and old. Lots of fun for Halloween. Pumpkins will be provided.