In 2023, The Wilmot Community Association will celebrate its 60th anniversary.
The WCA enriches community life through social, recreational, and educational activities for all of 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.
To commemorate our year-long celebration, the WCA commissioned a special Logo designed by Mike Freeman of North Sutton. Freeman ahs worked as a freelance artist/illustrator for over 20 years.
Join us on March 26 for a free program on pollinator gardens, presented by Suzanne Paul, owner of Wilmot-based Terra Niche.
Paul will discuss how homeowners can add diversity to their landscapes by introducing beautiful native perennials – flowers, grasses and sedges that also support pollinators.
Paul is a Northeast Organic Farming Association Organic Land Care Professional and a master pruner.
Her approach to gardening extends well beyond planting and maintaining traditional landscapes as she creates healthy habitats – starting with the soil, which she considers the foundation for growing healthy plants.
The Wilmot Community Association (WCA) received the Nonprofit of the Year Award from the Lake Sunapee Region Chamber of Commerce at its annual meeting January 24 at Mount Sunapee Resort’s Goosefeathers Pub in Newbury.
“The WCA is thrilled and honored to be named the chamber’s Nonprofit of the Year,” said Ann Davis, WCA president. “The WCA was founded in 1963. For 60 years, the organization has been bringing neighbors together in Wilmot. This is a wonderful way to launch our anniversary celebration!”
Accepting the award for WCA are Shandi Elliott, left; Dana Bascom, treasurer; Ann Davis, president; and Rachel Seamans.
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.
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.