29 1of29Wilton's Fourth of July fireworks went off with a bang. Show MoreShow Less 2of29The Fourth of July main event. Show MoreShow Less 3of29 4of29Celebrating their first July 4th in Wilton are Olivia, 7, and Elliot Francis, 5, with their mom Jody. The family just moved here from the U.K. Show MoreShow Less 5of29Cotton candy vendors Jodi Goldman and Robert Anderson of Branford, Conn Show MoreShow Less 6of29 7of29Wilton students play cards waiting for the fireworks Show MoreShow Less 8of29Dominic, Cristine and Joe Polito of Wilton Show MoreShow Less 9of29 10of29Abby Harrington of Newtown gives her furry friend a hug Show MoreShow Less 11of29Connie Jessup of Wilton gives her daughter Ashlee some pointers on how to catch a football under the lights Show MoreShow Less 12of29 13of29The Pandit and Prabhu Families of Wilton Show MoreShow Less 14of29Madison, Kailey and Wendy Fellows of Bubble and Brew Company Show MoreShow Less 15of29 16of29Bubble and Brew's vintage French Citroen Fire Engine Show MoreShow Less 17of29Melissa and Mike Elmasry Show MoreShow Less 18of29 19of29Dylan Rabinowitz of Wilton enjoys some ice cream Show MoreShow Less 20of29Nicole and Mackenzie Northway Show MoreShow Less 21of29 22of29Riley and Melanie O'Malley Show MoreShow Less 23of29Amil and John Garensha with baby Mila of Orange, Conn. Show MoreShow Less 24of29 25of29Bridget, Brynn, and William Grosso of Wilton Show MoreShow Less 26of29Jaden Tomacki of Wilton enjoys some pizza as his dad, Les, looks on Show MoreShow Less 27of29 28of29Fireworks Show MoreShow Less 29of29 — Wilton Photographer, Gretchen Yengst A huge crowd turned out on a sultry July 4th for Wilton's annual Independence Day party and fireworks. Relaxing on blankets and chair, enjoying music, food, ice cream, cotton candy and other treats, residents and visitors played games and took in the evening as they waited for the main event — fireworks that lit up the night sky.