Wilmot Community Association

The 2023 We Love it HERE! calendar now on sale

The WCA is selling beautiful calendars highlighting why we love the Kearsarge-Sunapee region. The featured photographs were entered in the We Love it HERE! photo contest and selected by community vote.

They make excellent gifts, a striking backdrop to your work space, or a perfect memento of your trip to New Hampshire.

Proceeds from calendar sales benefit the Wilmot Community Association and its mission to enrich community life through social, recreational, and educational activities.

Calendars may be purchased online or at Morgan Hill Bookstore (cash or check only).

Happy New Year!

WCA board and staff members wish you all a happy, safe, and exciting new year!

“Do Not Go Where The Path May Lead,
Go Instead Where There Is No Path And Leave A Trail.”
                                                                           Ralph Waldo Emerson

We Are a Young 60 Years Old!

In 2023, The Wilmot Community Association will celebrate its 60th anniversary. The WCA enriches community life through social, recreational, and educational activities for all Wilmot residents – the young and the young-at-heart. 

Look for lots of fun-filled, family-centric activities and community events coming your way.

We look forward to having you join us in commemorating 60 years of community service in beautiful Wilmot.

2023 Annual Meeting

The Wilmot Community Association will host its annual meeting at the Red Barn at
6:45 p.m. Wednesday January 25. 

Join us to meet the new administrator and learn about our plans for 2023.

We look forward to seeing there!

The Holiday Craft Fair Was a Huge Success

The WCA held its annual Holiday Craft Fair on Saturday, December 3 at the New London Outing Club’s Indoor Center. 

Despite rain early in the day, more than 50 vendors offered their wares to a steady flow of visitors.

Throughout the day, Rachel Seamans and her team served up delicious soups, chilies,  baked goods, and hot beverages at Rachel’s Cafe. 



Santa Came to Wilmot

The Jolly Old Elf visited the WCA’s Red Barn on December 4. More than 55 families – and nearly
250 people including 
children, parents, grandparents, and friends – attended the free event
that included crafts, refreshments, and 
free photos of children with Santa.

After nearly two years of COVID-imposed inactivity for indoor events, it was wonderful to host a joyful, noisy event for children and their families.

John Swindell, a professional photographer, donated his time to capture Kodak moments of youngsters visiting with Santa.



We received many positive comments:

“Thank you so much for doing this every year. It is one of my favorite traditions!”

“Thank you so much for hosting the meet Santa and for all that you do for Wilmot. Happy holidays!”

“We all had a great time visiting with Santa. What fun and the photos are fabulous, too! Thank you!”

Volunteers Equal Successful Events!

None of these spectacular events would have been possible without the untiring support and efforts of WCA board members and volunteers.
Before the festivities can happen, our intrepid volunteers set up tables and chairs, prepare food and drink, decorate rooms, man booths, and clean up after the crowds leave.

It is like magic – but it doesn’t happen like magic. It happens because great people work hard. 

Read more about the people behind these wonderful events here

Did you know...

FREE use of the WCA Red Barn Function Room is offered to clubs and groups, Wilmot-based nonprofits, and Town of Wilmot boards, committees, and commissions. Certain conditions apply. Learn more.


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COVID-19 Update

The WCA follows CDC and NH-DHHS guidelines.   
All visitors to the Red Barn are encouraged to wear a mask and social distance.
Masks are available at the Red Barn. 
Thank you for your cooperation. 

Wilmot Community Association

Red Barn

64 Village Road

Wilmot, NH 03287




Page last updated January 12, 2023

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