A newly restored sign has been unveiled in Ridgefield commemorating General Wooster. After British troops made their way up to Danbury for a raid, the two sides clashed in Ridgefield. A reenactment of the Battle of Ridgefield, where Wooster was fatally wounded, will be held this weekend to commemorate the 240th anniversary. A series of events will be held today, including that reenactment at the Keeler Tavern Museum. Resident Elaine Cox underwrote the restoration costs. Ridgefield Representative John Frey took the sign to Designs and Signs in Brookfield for the restoration work. The sign is along Route 116.