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Wilton bicentennial booklet available

WILTON, N.Y. >> A commemorative Wilton bicentennial booklet with numerous articles about the town's history and prominent individuals is ... Other stories tell the history of Mount McGregor including Grant Cottage, early Wilton settlers, Camp Saratoga and Wilton Wildlife Preserve and Park, and Gavin ...

By The Saratogian
Town of Wilton Bicentennial Magazine
By Saratoga Today Newspaper
November 25, 2017
Wilton gears up for bicentennial

WILTON, N.Y. >> Town officials are gearing up for Wilton's bicentennial with a ... "The story is that Wilton got its name from a representative in the state ...

By Paul Post, The Saratogian
November 9, 2017
Town of Wilton Nears Official 200-Year Mark

WILTON – Next year, officials in Wilton will celebrate the town's bicentennial. In commemoration of the milestone, the Wilton Bicentennial Committee ...

By Saratoga Today
November 5, 2017
Wilton poised to mark 200th anniversary

The town of Wilton Bicentennial Committee plans several events to mark the town's bicentennial in 2018, starting with a kickoff gala at McGregor Links ...

By Albany Times Union
November 1, 2017
The Town of Wilton Bicentennial Committee Announces a Year of Celebration Events

WILTON, NEW YORK – NOVEMBER 1, 2017 - The Town of Wilton is celebrating its Bicentennial in 2018.  In commemoration of this milestone, the Town of Wilton Bicentennial Committee is excited to announce a list of signature events that will span the Bicentennial Year of 2018. 

By Town of Wilton Bicentennial Committee
November 1, 2017
Welcome To The Wilton Bicentennial Celebration

The Town of Wilton’s Bicentennial and ParkFest committees are working hard to get ready for our 2018 ParkFest and 2018 Bicentennial special events. The year 2018 will be a year of remembrance and celebration as the Town of Wilton celebrates its Bicentennial.  In commemoration, the Bicentennial Committee is planning a series of special events throughout the year.  We invite you to consider becoming a supporting sponsor and participate in the opportunity to encourage the citizens of this township to pause, reflect and remember our history.

By Arthur Johnson, Town Supervisor