Watch: Zion's Hill Preschool's foundation for learning
Danielle Briody, the director of Zion's Hill Preschool, sits down with The Wilton Bulletin’s HAN Network before last weekend's Wilton Street Fair & Sidewalk Sales to talk about the school. The HAN Network was in Wilton Center on Thursday, July 16, for live broadcast previewing the annual street fair.
Briody talked with HAN's Rob Adams and John Kovach about the nonprofit preschool, which has been in Wilton for 40 years and provides a “bridge between play and purpose… to make sure each of the students’ needs are met.”
Zion's Hill Preschool is at 470 Danbury Road. You can watch the video below:
The annual summer festival was presented by the Wilton Chamber of Commerce supported by retailers, restaurants, businesses, artisans and local organizations who pull out all the stops to showcase the community as a vibrant retail, service and dining destination. The Wilton Street Fair and Sidewalk Sale was sponsored by Fairfield County Bank.
The weather was iffy at times on Saturday and there was competition from sidewalk sales in other towns, but a respectable crowd turned out in Wilton. You can see some photos and more on the annual event at this link.
There were scores of vendors, exhibitors and lots of food. Many people made their way over to the library for the Local Author Showcase, attended by about two dozen area authors including Dick King, Shannon White, Kathy Caprino and Jack Cavanaugh from Wilton.
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