Letter to Wilmot residents from Ann Davis, president of the WCA Board of Directors

Since its founding in 1963, the WCA has been bringing neighbors together. Led by a hardworking, hands-on board, the WCA provides the facilities for educational, social, and recreational activities. From Halloween fun and a visit with Santa to fabulous breakfasts and fantastic dinners, the WCA provides a whole host of free and low-cost activities for […]

Reunion Revenge – Dinner and a Show in Wilmot!

Roast Pork will be on the menu along with murder, mystery and mayhem. The fun starts at 6 p.m. on Friday, February 23 at the Wilmot Community Association’s Red Barn at 64 Village Road in Wilmot. You will enjoy a delicious roast pork dinner (with vegetarian option) while murders, old and new, unfold and unravel. […]

Volunteers ensure WCA craft fair’s success

More than 30 volunteers ensured that the WCA’s annual Holiday Craft Fair held Saturday, Dec. 2 was a terrific success. Without volunteers’ able assistance, it would be impossible to organize and present this event. We extend special thanks to Kathy Neuberger, chairperson of the craft fair, for her tireless work and to Rachel Seamans for […]

A delicious breakfast was enjoyed by all

Close to 100 people enjoyed a delicious morning at the WCA’s Say Goodbye to Summer Breakfast on August 27. People came from far and wide to help the WCA celebrate the end of a great summer. Organizer and head chef, Darlene Delano outdid herself. The hearty breakfast was delicious and there was plenty of variety. A […]

Say Goodbye to Summer Breakfast at the WCA

Say it ain’t so! How did summer pass so quickly? To cheer you up and fortify the kids for back-to-school, the WCA is holding one of its famous breakfasts from 7 to 10 a.m. on Sunday, August 27 at the Red Barn, 64 Village Road in Wilmot. Darlene Delano and friends are pulling out all […]

Shop ’til you drop at the WCA Barn sale

Shop ’til you drop! The WCA is having a red hot barn sale … at the Red Barn of course! The bargain hunting begins at 8 a.m. and goes on until noon on Saturday, August 19. It’s part of Wilmot’s Townwide Yard Sale. By the way – if you have gently used treasures you no […]

And the band played on!

A hearty thank you to everyone who braved the rain for Nick’s Other Band.  In spite of the weather, the Wilmot Bandstand was hoppin’. Amber Gove and Rachel Seamans were at it again and the WCA served another one of its delicious bandstand suppers. Amber cooked up a batch or her famous chowder and Rachel […]

Thanks a million! Pie Breakfast bakers and kitchen crew!

Pie for breakfast – a delicious success. More than 150 people enjoyed a delicious morning at the WCA’s Pie Breakfast on July 8. Pie for breakfast is part of a New England summer. People came from far and wide to help the WCA celebrate this wonderful tradition. Organizers Amber Gove and Rachel Seamans would like to […]

Black Fly Blitz – Gee, did we have fun!

A little drizzly, a lot cloudy and even more fun! The 2017 Black Fly Blitz Runners take your mark. Get set … go! The first man crosses the finish. … and the first woman was less than a minute later. And a whole lot more … Check your results! The ladies who walked. Twice the […]

Thanks a million! Black Fly Blitz a great success!

Thanks to the work of more than 40 volunteers, the Wilmot Community Association’s (WCA) 13th annual Black Fly Blitz on Memorial Day – Monday, May 29 – was a resounding success. Proceeds from the Black Fly Blitz support the WCA, which owns and operates the WCA’s Red Barn, a community center, and Timothy Patten Park, a […]