Wilton Historical Society 224 Danbury Rd, Wilton, CT06897 The Wilton Historical Society works to preserve the history of Wilton's past, its landmark buildings and its essential…More character. The society hosts shows, exhibits, festivals and annual events including an 18th Century Tavern Night. The facility also features a museum and gift shop.
Alden Interiors 35 Collinswood Rd, Wilton, CT06897 Alden Interiors is a design firm with a long history serving the Wilton area. The firm's owner holds a degree in…More interior design and is insured. She has been practicing interior design since before licenses were offered, but says she is more than qualified to become licensed should that become necessary in the future. The firm has limited contracting capabilities, but has relationships with area firms specializing in construction.
Barbara Despres, L.C.S.W. 89 Blue Ridge Rd, Wilton, CT06897 Barbara Despres is a licensed clinical social worker serving Wilton and the nearby communities. Essentially, a social…More worker performs along the same lines as a psychotherapist, talking with patients and attempting to help them minimize stress and break through to an understanding of themselves without judgement. The LCSW degree requires less academic/history of the practice studies, and neither the psychotherapist or social worker can prescribe medication as can a psychiatric doctor. Barbara Despres' office is located at 89 Blue Ridge Rd.
Optical Image 17 Danbury Rd, Wilton, CT06897 Optical Image is the office of an optician and retailer of eye care, glasses and contacts products. The proprietors of…More the store have a three-decade history of exceptional service and attention. The whole business is outfitted with qualified licensed professionals that are trained to do for the customers whatever is necessary for the protection and sustainability of their eyesight.
Hillside Cemetery is located on Ridgefield Road about a quarter-mile north of Belden Hill Road. It has been run by…More the Congregational Church since 1950 after Charles Dana gifted the land to the church. The cemetery is open to people of all faiths.</p>
<p>In addition to being one of the town's largest gravesites, Hillside Cemetery also has a great deal of history behind it. Since the land was first used as a cemetery in 1917, a number of Wilton notables have been laid to rest there. The cemetery also frequently marks the finish of the town's Memorial Day parades.</p>