Coronavirus precaution: Events, meetings in Wilton are canceled
WILTON — The following events and meetings have been postponed or canceled in Wilton as a precaution, in order to stem the potential spread of the coronavirus.
A meeting of the Police Commission and police awards ceremony, scheduled for Monday, March 9. The awards ceremony will be rescheduled.
The Middlebrook Art Festival at Middlebrook School, scheduled for Monday, March 9.
Zero Waste Faire and Sustainable Living Expo at Wilton High School, scheduled for Sunday, March 29, will not be held this year.
School-sponsored before- and after-school activities, except state tournaments that cannot be rescheduled, have been postponed this week.
\Wilton Library’s Human Library, scheduled for March 21, and its 125th Anniversary Celbration Gala, scheduled for March 28, have been postponed and will be rescheduled.
The remainder of Wilton Library’s programs for the month of March, including programs by outside groups, have been canceled. These include all adult, teen and children’s programs and maker space programs. The library will otherwise remain open to patrons, including the internet computers.
The Wilton Candlelight Concert featuring the Escher Quartet, planned for Sunday, March 15, is canceled.
Gov. Ned Lamont announced this past Sunday that a Wilton man, 40 to 50 years old, was being treated at Danbury Hospital for the coronavirus. It was the first reported case involving a Connecticut resident.
As of Monday, May 9, there were 624 cases of the coronavirus reported in the U.S., resulting in 22 deaths.