Preparing for climate change takes a village

Preparing for climate change takes a village The WCA wishes to thank the Wilmot Democratic Committee and its partners for coordinating the eye-opening program Preparing for Climate Change with Dr. Lisa Doner, associate professor of environmental science and policy at Plymouth State University.  Doner discussed climate change and its potential impacts nationally and locally. The […]

Ready, set, go! Pinewood Derby with Cub Scout Pack 71

The Red Barn pulsed with fun and good will on June 1 when Cub Scout Pack 71 held its annual Pinewood Derby in the Function Room. Nineteen contestants crafted race cars from a solid block of pine. Weight and placement of wheels are strictly governed to ensure the vehicles can negotiate the track, but design and paint are […]

Welcome, Jodi

Jodi Hedderig has joined the WCA as the new administrator. For more than two decades, Jodi worked for municipal and not-for-profit organizations in New Mexico. While there, she recruited and trained volunteers, managed facilities, wrote grants, developed and presented programs, and raised funds for programs and events. “I am  excited to join the WCA and be […]

Thank you and a fond farewell.

It’s been a pleasure getting to know the members, neighbors, and friends of the WCA. December 15 will be my last day at the Red Barn. I will remember fondly the many people who have made me feel welcome throughout my time at the WCA. Who knew seven plus years could pass so quickly?  Thank […]

Announcing – a new program for FREE USE of the WCA Red Barn

Announcing – a new program for FREE USE of the WCA Red Barn for formal and informal clubs and groups, Wilmot-based nonprofits, and Town of Wilmot boards, committees, and commissions. All are welcome to use the Function Room at the Red Barn at no charge for free activities, events, and meetings. Program includes free-use for […]

Santa came to Wilmot!

Good little girls and boys had a chance to see Santa during a fun-filled afternoon on December 8 at the WCA Red Barn. A big thank you to Mary Kulacz of Wilmot who once again organized this very special event. As with most successful programs, Santa’s visit to Wilmot drew on the creativity and hard […]

Thanks a million – WCA Holiday Craft Fair volunteers

Thanks to more than three dozen hardworking volunteers, the WCA’s annual Holiday Craft Fair was a terrific success. Without their able assistance, it would be impossible to organize and present this important fundraising event. We extend special thanks to Kathy Neuberger, chairperson of the craft fair, for her tireless work and to Rachel Seamans for […]

Scarecrows were popping up all over!

Thank you to everyone who entered Wilmot’s 10th Annual Scarecrow Contest! We were amazed and enchanted by the entries. A warm thank you to our illustrious judges Chris Jenssen, Nancy Large and Katherine Merrill and their junior sidekicks – Hayden and Gavin Brown. The Wilmot Garden Club co-sponsors the contest. Lots of prizes were awarded. In […]

Thanks a million! It was a palooza of a day!

Starting with a pancake breakfast and finishing off with a fabulous concert, it was nonstop fun. The Wilmot Community Association’s (WCA) second annual Wilmotpalooza held on Sunday, September 8. The weather was perfect and there was something for everyone. Rachel Seamans and Amber Gove started the morning with a delicious pancake breakfast. They were ably […]

Puppets in the park

The WCA is sponsoring Restoring the Waters Puppet Theater’s premiere of A Tree Called Once. The free outdoor performance will take place at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, August 23 at the WCA’s Timmy Patten Park on Tannery Pond on Shindagan Road. Caroline Fairless and Jim Sims founded the puppet theater and this is their third […]