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    Mary Ryan stocks a blueberry cake table with napkins Friday at the First Congregational Church as part of the annual Blueberry Festival in Wilton. The festival continues through Saturday, including a parade on Weld Road at 9 a.m.

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    Camille Kohala, 14, of Orono, leads a squad of muffin mavens Friday with a sign advertising the group’s blueberry muffins at the annual Blueberry Festival in Wilton. The festival continues through Saturday, including a parade on Weld Road at 9 a.m.

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    Blueberry cake is offered for sale Friday at the First Congregational Church during the annual Blueberry Festival in Wilton. The festival continues through Saturday, including a parade on Weld Road at 9 a.m.

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    Elaine Marden shops at the tag sale Friday at the First Congegational Church during the annual Blueberry Festival in Wilton. The festival continues through Saturday, including a parade on Weld Road at 9 a.m.

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    Local author Carolyn Gelland reads excerpts from one of her books Friday at the Wilton Public Library during the annual Blueberry Festival in Wilton. The festival’s theme this year is “Reading and Writing,” in honor of the library building’s 100th year. Several local authors read from their works Friday at the library.

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