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The commercial space in the Wilton River Park Shopping Center where the studio will be. — Kendra Baker photo

Artist will be awarded studio space in Wilton

One local artist will be awarded a full year of free studio space in the Wilton River Park Shopping Center through the Sprouting Spaces program.

Wilton Congregational Church, 70 Ridgefield Road.

Church invites students on mission trip

Wilton Congregational Church invites high school students to join its Youth Mission Trip Team this summer in helping Greenbrier County in West Virginia.


Music on the Hill rings in the season

Music on the Hill presents Sounds of the Season, a traditional Christmas concert of the Jubilate Ringers handbell choir and Festival Chorus.

Members of Wilton Dance Studio’s presentation of The Nutcracker are, from left in front, Jillian Tobey, Sophie Froehlich, Ryann Tobey, Sidney Skott, Chloe Sissener, Freyer Sissener, Ellie Wang, and Emily Connell. In the second row are Stacia Dooley, Kirstie Finnecy, Katherine Love, Ellery Helgsen, Kristina Torkelsen (Ballerina Doll), Alexa Marr, Giovanna Rotini-Cole, Emma Unger, and Amira Srivastava. In the third row are Caroline Assef, Grace Johnson, Samantha Markey, Fiona Conway (Fritz), Brian Froehlich (Snow King and Sugar Plum Cavalier), Dilshad Dinshaw (Sugar Plum Fairy), Ava Curto, Victoria DiRocco, Rowan McGrath, and Elizabeth Vermeulen. In the fourth row are Jamilah Santos, Noa Gottlieb, and Kayla DiRocco. — Donner Photographic

Dance studio presents a ‘sparkling’ Nutcracker

Sugarplums come to life on Sunday, Dec.17, when Wilton Dance Studio presents a full-scale production of The Nutcracker.

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