Starting with a get-to-know-your-neighbor walk to Timmy Patten Park and finishing off with a fabulous concert. The Wilmot Community Association’s (WCA) fourth annual Wimotpalooza was nonstop fun. Held on Sunday, September 11, the wather was perfect and there was something for everyone.
We couldn’t have done it without our fabulous volunteers, community partners and the ongoing support of the selectman and Town of Wilmot.
A special thank you goes out to our generous sponsors: Andover Pizza Chef, Bar Harbor Bank & Trust, Barton Insurance Agency, Belletetes Inc., Better Homes & Gardens The Milestone Team, Chadwick Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Clayton A. Miller Inc., Dr. Donna Reed/Appletree Opticians, FloorCraft, Marshall’s Garage Inc., Park N Go Market, Perkins Landscaping, Gutgsell and Phipps Professional Association, Pleasant Lake Veterinary Hospital, Promotional Solutions Inc., Sugar River Bank, Walker Automotive Inc., And Woods Without Gile LLC.
Decorate your porch, your front yard, your rooftop, your front door – let your imagination run wild. From spooky graveyards and ghosts to cozy country décor, we’re looking forward to seeing your autumnal magic.
To enter, fill in and send a registration form along with photograph(s) of your seasonal creativity by Wednesday, Oct. 26. Judges will choose up to 10 winners.
Join Bill Chaisson, paleontologist, for an interpretation of Bog Mountain’s geology. We’ll see where Kinsman granodiorite and Concord granite meet and observe a glacial till dumping ground. Free and open to the public.
Trick or treaters are invited to stop by the WCA Red Barn on Halloween for a goodie bag. The young and young at heart are invited to don a costume and join the fun.
Put your dancing boots on and bring along a partner to dance away the night. DJ Gove will be spinning music. Light refreshments will be served. BYOB.
Learn how to can products using hot water bath canning, a safe and easy method. $5 per class for WCA members and $10 for non-members. Space is limited. Registration required.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the WCA has followed CDC and NH-DHHS guidance. To enhance visitor safety, the WCA recently installed a highly efficient ventilation system at the Red Barn. The system is effective at lowering the risk of exposure and reducing the spread of disease, especially when following current recommended 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.