Historic Weekend Celebration kicks off with a the reenactment of the First Town Meeting reenacted by the Captain Giles Kellogg’s Company of Artillery plus a showcase of Wilton's civic groups and organizations at the fountain area of the Wilton Mal
The Bicentennial Historic Weekend is also host to a variety of family-centered, educational and fun-filled activities from 10am - 3pm on Saturday and Sunday April 21-22 at Camp Saratoga on Scout Road in Wilton
Old churches and cemeteries, the old Wilton Grange, Grant Cottage on top of Mt. McGregor, and Camp Saratoga at Wilton Wildlife Preserve & Park are among the highlights of the Wilton Historic Sites Tour on Wilton’s bicentennial anniversary weekend.
Explore a collection of historic Wilton homes on September 16, 2018, a self-guided tour map will take you from home to home where guides will share the significance it holds in the history of Wilton.
September 23 In honor of our Bicentennial year, the First Annual Taste of Wilton will feature a collection of local farms, restaurants, wineries and distilleries under the tent at Gavin Park on September 23th.