Special for children Saturday, Feb. 7, is \u201cTake Your Child to the Library Day\u201d and Wilton Library will be ready for the kids with two fun programs. From 10:30 to 11:30, kids in grades K and up will be treated to \u201cThe Future of the Monarch Butterfly\u201d by the Animal Embassy of Stamford. The talk explores the incredible life cycle of the monarch butterfly and the children will hear about the challenges and threats facing this beautiful insect. The program is supported by the Amadeo Family Fund. Then, from 2 to 3:45, children will be able to unleash their inner Elsa, Anna and Olaf in the \u201cFrozen Sing-Along\u201d movie screening. The kids are invited to come in costume and while singing away will be able to enjoy blue sno-cones. The program is geared to children 3 and up. Registration is required. Children under 8 must be accompanied by a caregiver, children under 12 must have a caregiver in the building. The program is made possible by the Coyle Family Young Readers Fund. Introducing kids to photography Although not quite related to \u201cTake Your Child to the Library Day,\u201d the library is hosting a program presented by the Wilton Arts Council for children and teens (and novices of all ages) entitled Focus on Photography, on Saturday, from 1 to 3 p.m. The purpose of the event is to engage the audience in open discussion around photographic techniques and how these impact a photograph. Since the Wilton Arts Council\u2019s Focus Photography Exhibit is scheduled for March 2015, one of the judges for Focus \u201915 will be on hand to provide some ideas on what they look for in a photo contest. The workshop will be hosted by Dean Price of the Wilton Arts Council. Registration is suggested. Film series examines hearing devices The New Perspectives Documentary Film Series screens Sound and Fury on Saturday, Feb. 7, from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. The film documents one family\u2019s struggle over whether or not to provide two deaf children with cochlear implants, devices that can stimulate hearing. The medical device is controversial in the deaf community and is a highly charged subject. Sound and Fury was a 2001 Academy Award nominee for Best Documentary Feature. There is a suggested donation of $5 for the film series. Refreshments will be served. The film series is programmed and moderated by filmmaker Megan Smith-Harris. A Q&A will follow the film. Registration is highly recommended. Scholarly series continues Brent Colley will present \u201cA Gilded Life: Mark Twain,\u201d on Feb. 8, from 4 to 5:30 p.m. at the Wilton Historical Society for the second installment of \u201cThe Gilded Age: Culture and Conflict at the End of the 19th Century.\u201d In the scholarly series collaboration between the library and the historical society, Mr. Colley will discuss Mark Twain\u2019s life and the challenges Twain faced and overcame which belies his \u201ccharmed life\u201d myth. Mr. Colley is a resident scholar of Redding\u2019s Mark Twain Library, an authority on Twain and a popular speaker on the history of Connecticut in this area. The series is made possible by an anonymous donor. The lecture is sponsored by Lila and Buck Griswold. Steve Hudspeth will handle the moderator\u2019s duties. Registration is essential for this very popular series. More photography discussed The Area Author Affair brings photographer and author Laurie Klein to the library on Monday, Feb. 9, from 6 to 7 p.m. Ms. Klein is renowned for her use of digital infrared (IR) photography and what it does to enhance the female nude in her work. Using IR-modified cameras, she designs scenes of her models in evocative natural settings that transform them into fairies, nymphs, and goddesses. She will discuss her new book, Photographing the Female Form with Digital Infrared, her mentoring of young people to encourage them to follow their dreams, and her hero Ansel Adams. Books will be available for purchase and signing. Registration is highly recommended. Survivors\u2019 group meets The Breast Cancer Survivors\u2019 Support Group meets this week on Tuesday, Feb. 10, from 6 to 8 p.m. This is a group for post-treatment survivors and is held every month at the library. For more information or for answers to any questions, please call Nina Marino at 203-857-7304. Registration is encouraged on the library\u2019s website, especially during the winter months. Wilton Library Readers get together This month\u2019s book discussion for the Wilton Library Readers is We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves by Karen Joy Fowler on Wednesday, Feb. 11, from noon to 1:30. Susan Boyar leads the group which meets the second Wednesday of each month. For a listing of additional dates and titles, visit the library\u2019s website and click on Wilton Library Readers in \u201cBooks.\u201d Innovation and technology classes The library has a strong line-up of Innovation Station and technology classes this week that include Introduction to 3D Printing, Saturday, Feb. 7, from 2 to 3; Introduction to Electronic Sewing, Sunday, Feb. 8, from 2 to 3; Introduction to Soldering, Monday, Feb. 9, from 10 to 11 a.m.; Free Downloads \u2014 eBooks and Audiobooks at the Wilton Senior Center, Wednesday, Feb. 11, from 1 to 2:30; and Technology Classes \u2014 I Have a New Mac!, Thursday, Feb. 12, from 12:30 to 2 or from 6 to 7:30. There are two six-week sessions entitled Coding with Khan for children in fifth and sixth grades and seventh and eighth grades. The sessions begin Sunday, Feb. 8. All of the classes are listed on the library\u2019s website, along with registration links. To register for programs, visit www.wiltonlibrary.org and click on Events or call 203-762-3950, ext. 213 for adult programs, ext. 217 for children\u2019s activities and ext. 243 for teen events.