Events include the musical stylings of environmental performers Bash the Trash at Pettee Memorial Library at 5 pm and the tae kwon do demonstration on the Crafts Inn lawn at 6 pm.
Stores are staying open late for the stroll and will offer a number of sale items.
Gallery Wright will demonstrate the art of printmaking outside the store. Come and make a blue print. Beadz Needs will be demonstrating how to make a blueberry out of beads for your keychain or pendant. Artists Ann Coleman and Ellie Roden will be set up outside displaying and selling their art. Bartleby’s will pull raffle prize winners from the Where’s Waldo scavenger hunt.
After experiencing the fun of the stroll and doing some shopping, stroll on over to the Blueberry Block Party on South Main Street. The Jacksonville Blues Band will start at 6:30 and will play until 9 pm. Kids up to 15-years-old can register for the blueberry pie-eating contest at 5:30 pm on South Main Street. There is a $3 registration fee and it’s first come, first served. Alotta Hoopla will be demonstrating the art and fun of hula hooping.
Village business owners, town committees, and volunteers are hard at work restoring a vibrant village here in Wilmington. Come on out on Village Stroll night to show support for Wilmington’s recovery.
Park in the newly renovated lot behind West Main Street and stroll along the boardwalk.
One more stroll is scheduled for this season on Friday, September 21, for the Wine and Harvest Stroll. For more information see www.visitvermont.com or call the Mount Snow Valley Chamber at 802-464-8092. The Blueberry Festival will be in full-swing all week. Go to www.vermontblueberry.com for more information.