In this week's Wilton Bulletin

Here are some of the stories and features in this week’s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today:

• Citing the Sandy Hook tragedy, Wilton’s selectmen approve establishing a security task force.

• Keeler Ridge “marbles” have proved entertaining.

• State historian presents a look behind “The War Connecticut Hated.”

• Weir Farm steps into the limelight.

• Wilton Democrats call for stricter gun laws.

• John D. Jetty steps in as new executive director of The Greens.

• The Board of Finance will talk about the budget next week.

• Fund-raiser for Sandy Hook features pasta.

• “Reel Mondays” screening looks at health care.

• Had a false alarm lately? Fines may be going up. A public hearing is set to decide the issue.

• Letters: Wilton Playshop accommodates hearing-impaired; Board of Finance will speak with taxpayers; praise for concert; State Rep. Gail Lavielle congratulates John Hetherington.

• Wilton’s Turnover Shop donates $75,000 to visiting nurses and Wilton PTAs.

• Harpsichordist and countertenor will perform at Wilton Candlelight Concerts.

• Hoda Kotb, Today show co-anchor, will discuss her latest book at the Wilton Library.

• A Georgetown artist is set to host workshop classes for plein air painting.

• Pledges are wanted for Miller-Driscoll and Cider Mill’s upcoming read-a-thon, “Reading Rocks!”

• Kindergarten registration begins next week..

• Nutritionist offers fresh ideas for healthy eating.

• Wiltonian is honored for design and building projects and philanthropy work.

• Second graders “go back in time.”

• Police dog’s handler will speak at Kiwanis luncheon.

• Wilton High School students prepare for this weekend’s County Assemblies.

• Anti-Obama protesters gather outside Wilton post office.

• Spools of electrical wiring go missing, contributing to a recent spree of copper thefts.

• Wilton Athletic Director Christy Hayes announces his retirement.

• Warrior basketballers upset St. Joseph and nearly topple Bridgeport Central.

• Girls basketball runs its winning streak to five.

• Boys swimmers stay unbeaten.

• Greenwich overcomes Wilton in girls hockey.

• More sports: field hockey honors, girls indoor relay, gymnastics, wrestling, travel basketball.

• Arts & Leisure: Arthur Lipner’s Wilton Steel is featured, Westchester Basketmakers exhibit in Pound Ridge, Paul Winter Consort at St. Matthew’s in Wilton, The Reel Dad really likes Zero Dark Thirty, Steven Macoy offers his “best test drives of 2012.”

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