For children, the library offers story time sessions for ages one through eight. Also, children and families are entertained at special programs throughout the year including arts and crafts, a chess club, “Tales to Tails,” special concerts, and a summer reading program.

Teens have their own acoustically separate area of the library where they can browse through a growing collection of books, magazines, audiocassettes, DVDs and music CDs. Programs include poetry slams, scavenger hunts, and classes in everything from baby-sitting to chess to knitting. There is also a Teen Blog accessible at wiltonlibrary.org.

For adults, the library offers monthly art exhibits, Internet classes, summer courtyard concerts, art trips, talks by visiting authors, and special lectures and seminars on a variety of topics. There are also musical programs and computer classes. The library’s lunchtime group, Wilton Library Readers, meets the second Wednesday of each month from September through May, excluding December. Information is online on the group’s page at wiltonlibrary.org.