Town Meeting Reenactment

“The First Town Meeting – Wilton NY”

A presentation of the Wilton Bicentennial Committee
April 20, 2018

Center Court, around the fountain – Wilton Mall

Step back in time 200 years ago, as we relive the First Town Meeting of Wilton NY, held at Emerson Tavern, located at the present day corner of North Road and Ballard Road.  The First Town Meeting took place over a period of 2 days, with dozens of local landowners present.

Reenactors – The Captain Giles Kellogg’s Company of Artillery

Script by Karen Strack James

Following the performance, please join us for refreshments and then enter the Bowtie Cinema for the premiere screening of

 “Wilton 200”

A Bicentennial documentary created by Tim Welch and Roy McDonald
(Limited Seating Available)

Coffee and Munchkins courtesy of Duncan Donuts of Wilton

Orange drink provided by McDonald’s of Wilton

Saratoga Water provided by Saratoga Spring Water Company

Cookies are courtesy of Fresh Market


Special Thanks to Advantage Press, Adirondack Signs, All Occasions Chiavari Rentals, Fine Affairs, Finishing Touches, Erica Dingeman, Fran Dingeman, Kendra Schieber, Karen James, The Wishing Well Restaurant, The Captain Giles Kellogg’s Company of Artillery, The Wilton Mall, Bow Tie Cinemas and The Wilton Bicentennial Committee


Join the Town of Wilton for their Bicentennial Historic Weekend Celebration Saturday and Sunday, April 21-22, including self-guided Historic Site Tours starting at the Wilton Heritage Museum and family-centered, educational, and fun-filled activities and exhibits at Camp Saratoga on Scout Road in Wilton. Hours both days are 10AM – 3PM.