Trains, Trains, Trains – and Santa, too, for the holidays at the Wilton Historical Society! After the familiar Thanksgiving rituals of parades, turkey and football, keep the family fun going, and enjoy the beginning of the holiday season.
According to the Food Timeline, there is a great deal of symbolism in foods we eat to celebrate the turn of the year, “In most cultures, foods prepared on New Year’s Day bring good luck.
Linking shadow and light with the lore of Marmota monax, aka Punxsutawney Phil, kids will enjoy learning about the curious history of Groundhog Day on Saturday, February 1 from 11:00 – 12:30.
On Saturday, February 8 from 11:00 – 12:00 the Wilton Historical Society is again offering a very popular chocolate-making workshop for kids in grades K-8.
Learn the colorful and venerable craft of decorating eggs in the Ukrainian style, known as pysanky (the name is derived from the Ukrainian verb meaning to write).