23 1of23 Show MoreShow Less 2of23Eddie Glatt, 4, works on a craft. Show MoreShow Less 3of23 4of23 Show MoreShow Less 5of23Santa's fans wave hello. Show MoreShow Less 6of23 7of23 Show MoreShow Less 8of23Santa swooped into Wilton Center on a fire truck. Show MoreShow Less 9of23 10of23Allison Glatt, 6, works on a craft at the Holiday Stroll. Show MoreShow Less 11of23 Show MoreShow Less 12of23 13of23Allison Glatt, 6, holds a candy cane from Santa while her brother, Eddie, 4, looks on. Show MoreShow Less 14of23Wilton Library's Giving Tree greets visitors. Show MoreShow Less 15of23 16of23Lauren, 11, and Juliette Ring, 8, checked in with Santa during Wilton’s Holiday Stroll on Friday. Show MoreShow Less 17of23wilt Holiday Stroll santa Show MoreShow Less 18of23 19of23From left, Kellogg Pettibone, Lena O’Malley and Kendra Ward of Girl Scout Troop 50260 sing carols at the Holiday Stroll on Dec. 7, as they await Santa’s arrival. Show MoreShow Less 20of23Skyler and Madison Saeed, 5, are students at Miller-Driscoll. Show MoreShow Less 21of23 22of23Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Debra Hanson, left, is joined by First Selectwoman Lynne Vanderslice, Chamber Vice President Carol Johnson, and Chamber President Susan Goldman. Show MoreShow Less 23of23 — Bryan Haeffele photos In a blare of lights and sirens, Santa Claus rolled into Wilton Center Friday night atop the fire department’s ladder truck, accompanied by a police cruiser. Scores of children were lined up to meet him, including three-year-old Teddy, who was first in line. Just before he marched up to the gazebo to sit on Santa’s lap, Teddy told The Bulletin he was going to ask for “a kitchen, a helicopter, and a boat.” A little further back in the line, Adam, 8, said he was hoping for a remote-control excavator and a trail camera for looking at wildlife. “I love looking at animals,” he said. Riley, who is 7, “almost 8,” wants an Xbox to play Minecraft. “I’ve never played that before,” he said, adding he usually plays Wii Sports, Motocross, and Angry Birds. Nine-year-old Virginia wanted to ask for toy horses and a stable for them to live in. Six-year-old Allison was undecided but sure she’d come to a decision by the time she got to the head of the line. Four-year-old Eddie had no such problem. He was practicing his “Hello, Santa,” stopping only to say he would like a dinosaur robot for Christmas. Santa’s visit was the highlight of Wilton’s annual Holiday Stroll, which also featured the lighting of the town Christmas tree on the Town Green, a marshmallow roast at Schenck’s Island, latkes for Hanukkah, cookie painting, refreshments at the library, and stores open for holiday shopping from one end of town to the other. The Stroll was sponsored by the Wilton Chamber of Commerce, Wilton Kiwanis and the town.