College test planning The online workshop \u201cIs the ACT or SAT Best for Me? with Priyanka Shingala\u201d is designed to help teens who are starting to think about college entrance exams. The program takes place on Tuesday, Jan. 18, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., via Zoom. Test prep adviser and college counselor Priyanka Shingala, of the college preparation company, Let\u2019s Talk College, will discuss the following topics: breakdown of each exam by topic and time; \u201cgood scores\u201d to aim for; determining which exam to take; the optional essays; sending scores: score history vs. score choice; test-optional, test-blind and test-flexible universities; and when testing should start. This program is especially relevant to current sophomores, juniors and their parents; however, anyone interested is welcome to join. Registration required. Visit www.wiltonlibrary.org to register. Story times During the month of January, the Children\u2019s Library continues to offer different story times for children ages six months to 5, either in person or via Zoom. The in-person programs are \u201cBig Kids Story Time\u201d for children ages 4 to 5 on Tuesdays, Jan. 18, and Jan. 25, from 4:15 to 4:45 p.m., and \u201cFamily Story Time\u201d for children ages 2 to 4 and their caregivers on Wednesdays, Jan. 19, and Jan. 26, from 10:30 to 11 a.m. Attendees should bring blankets to reserve spaces for the in-person story times. Masks will need to be worn at all times by adults and children amid the coronavirus pandemic. Space is limited in order to maintain social distancing. Registration is required for each session. Masked walk-ins welcome if space allows. On Zoom, \u201cMother Goose on the Loose,\u201d for children ages six months to 2, will take place on Thursdays, Jan. 20, and Jan. 27, from 10:30 to 11 a.m. Visit www.wiltonlibrary.org for more information or to register. Zoom invitation links will be sent to registrants before the programs begin. Learning about Alzheimer\u2019s disease The special presentation \u201cAlzheimer\u2019s Conversations: Protecting your Health and Wealth Joint Seminar\u201d takes place on Wednesday, Jan. 19, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. via Zoom. The following topics will be discussed: Alzheimer\u2019s disease risk factors, warning signs, resources and how people can join the battle; protecting finances and family with designated beneficiaries, legacy, and estate strategies; preparing for the unexpected; and knowing the red flags of financial scams. The online seminar will also be presented by Maria Xavier of Edward Jones investments and Robin Roscillo of the Alzheimer\u2019s Association. Registration required. Register at www.wiltonlibrary.org, or call 203-762-6334. Contact Wilton Library Board Member Andrea Sato at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Author talk Author Philip Clark will visit the Wilton Library to discuss his acclaimed biography, \u201cDave Brubeck: A Life In Time,\u201d in person on Thursday, Jan. 20, from 7 to 8 p.m. The library\u2019s COVID-19 protocols will be followed. First published in 2020, the centennial of Brubeck\u2019s birth, a new expanded edition has just come out in the U.K. with a U.S. release to follow. Clark will share the backstory about how his book came into being and discuss the expanded content in his new edition while busting some myths about the jazz legend. Clark will also incorporate musical examples to illustrate how many of Brubeck\u2019s songs have seeped into rock, pop, reggae and hip-hop music genres, among ohters. Clark is a music journalist who has written for publications like \u201cThe Wire,\u201d \u201cGramophone,\u201d \u201cThe Guardian,\u201d \u201cJazzwise,\u201d the Financial Times and the London Review of Books. He is also trained as a composer, but these days prefers to play improvised music. Registration is required. Register online at www.wiltonlibrary.org or call the circulation desk at 203-762-6334. Art and meditation As Wilton Library\u2019s certified Zentangle instructor, Amy Lilien-Harper teaches all people from beginners to experienced artists. \u201cZentangle Art Workshop: Zooming with Amy,\u201d is on Monday, Jan. 24, from 3 to 4:30 p.m. The meditative art form uses simple steps to teach practitioners how to create beautiful patterns. The virtual program is for adults, and teens ages 13, and older. All skill levels are welcome. Visit the library\u2019s registration link for suggestions of the supplies that will be needed for the event. Registration is required as space is limited. Register online at www.wiltonlibrary.org. A Zoom link will be sent to all registrants prior to the session. Book discussion for senior citizens The next Senior Center Book Discussion will take place on Tuesday, Jan. 25, from 11 a.m. to noon. Michael Hess leads a discussion of Washington Post staff writer and former public policy scholar Christian Davenport\u2019s book, \u201cThe Space Barons: Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, and the Quest to Colonize the Cosmos.\u201d The group meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month through May. Books are available at the library. Call the Wilton Senior Center at 203-834-6240 for more information or to register. The library will be closed on Monday, Jan. 17, for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Visit www.wiltonlibrary.org for information, to register for virtual programming, for information about the library\u2019s Digital Library, or any of the library\u2019s other databases. For those Wilton residents, who need a library card to access the Digital Library, call the library\u2019s Circulation Desk at 203-762-6334. 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